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Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by ICaSNg(f): 10:10pm On Jan 16
New Courses for September 2019 -*pending approval

MSc Business Analysis : Top on the list for long term work permit sponsorship*
MSc Real Estate

...Will be uploading more soon!
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Blessedolamide: 12:57am On Jan 17
tune10:


Single room in that 460 range?

You may not always see such offers anyways but very possible

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Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Dreamchaserz: 6:03pm On Jan 17
Please can a B.Sc student invite a spouse over for visit?

ICaSNg:


YES, but only for PhD students.
The UK however permits it.

Cheers
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Segunagagu(m): 7:47pm On Jan 17
CODEDBARREL:


U haven't gotten a room yet? Saw ur post on the Dublin accommodation page on FB.
Yes ooo.. still searching
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by weiny: 11:01pm On Jan 17
Hi although I am not from nigeria, but i love this forum as it is the very informative and most helpful relating to Irish student visas. I wanted to ask few things.
I got offer letter from LIT for advanced entry in 3rd year of hons. and im a 29 yo female. I am willing to pursue my bachelors in Ireland.

My father would sponsor me.What are my chances?

Any tips for visa success? I will be applying from Saudi.
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by vladimiros: 11:05pm On Jan 17
weiny:
Hi although I am not from nigeria, but i love this forum as it is the very informative and most helpful relating to Irish student visas. I wanted to ask few things.
I got offer letter from LIT for advanced entry in 3rd year of hons. and im a 29 yo female. I am willing to pursue my bachelors in Ireland.

My father would sponsor me and I had a lot of failed attempts in ACCA because of self study and after which I have decided to formally attend a college to finally gain qualification. What are my chances?

Any tips for visa success? I will be applying from Saudi.

yes sure, do it
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by weiny: 11:08pm On Jan 17
vladimiros:


yes sure, do it


I was reading the forum it is a BBs in Accounting & Finance? How good is the degree as I chose the most relevant to my previous education history and job.
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by dubaiboy1: 7:58am On Jan 18
Hi guys ! Is there any school in Ireland that waives English test for Nigerians ?
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by ICaSNg(f): 9:24am On Jan 18
weiny:
Hi although I am not from nigeria, but i love this forum as it is the very informative and most helpful relating to Irish student visas. I wanted to ask few things.
I got offer letter from LIT for advanced entry in 3rd year of hons. and im a 29 yo female. I am willing to pursue my bachelors in Ireland.

My father would sponsor me and I had a lot of failed attempts in ACCA because of self study and after which I have decided to formally attend a college to finally gain qualification. What are my chances?

Any tips for visa success? I will be applying from Saudi.

Hi dear,

Kindly contact LIT for the contact of university rep covering UAE . Oftentimes, the rep for Africa covers UAE but not in all situation.
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by ICaSNg(f): 9:25am On Jan 18
dubaiboy1:
Hi guys ! Is there any school in Ireland that waives English test for Nigerians ?

Yes , most definitely if you have credit in English for O-levels; but then its still required for visa application.

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Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by ICaSNg(f): 9:27am On Jan 18
weiny:



I was reading the forum and they said there aren't much chances in this age and with having a disturbed education? I am a little confused on this?
Also it is a BBs in Accounting & Finance? How good is the degree as I chose the most relevant to my previous education history and job.

My professional advice is make sure the bachelors is level 8, level 7 won't get you the post study work permit and may not get you a job as a foreigner in Ireland.

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Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by ICaSNg(f): 9:31am On Jan 18
Dreamchaserz:
Please can a B.Sc student invite a spouse over for visit?


Your spouse can apply for a tourist visa to visit you but you can't sponsor their visit.
Those 2 statements are different.

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Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by ahiboilandgas: 11:03am On Jan 18
ICaSNg:
New Courses for September 2019 -*pending approval

MSc Business Analysis : Top on the list for long term work permit sponsorship*
MSc Real Estate

...Will be uploading more soon!
Msc business analysis quiet pricey at ucd any college offering at 8-10 k range?
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by dubaiboy1: 12:24pm On Jan 18
Thank you .



ICaSNg:


Yes , most definitely if you have credit in English for O-levels; but then its still required for visa application.

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Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by ICaSNg(f): 1:49pm On Jan 18
ahiboilandgas:
Msc business analysis quiet pricey at ucd any college offering at 8-10 k range?

Uncle is this for you or who o?

Abi you don turn agent...lol
Thought your brother has left for Ireland?
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by ahiboilandgas: 3:20pm On Jan 18
ICaSNg:


Uncle is this for you or who o?

Abi you don turn agent...lol
Thought your brother has left for Ireland?
yes junior brother ,Msc international bussiness(griffth )they are twins (other pursue canada)but visa has been refused 2 times so am encouraging him to look ireland but for courses on the critical list ..like bussiness analysis or big data managment ....they are very desperate to leave Nigeria but I don't want them coming back to unemployment after the huge investment they are very young 24

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Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Dreamchaserz: 2:41am On Jan 19
ICaSNg:


Your spouse can apply for a tourist visa to visit you but you can't sponsor their visit.
Those 2 statements are different.

Thanks for your quick response. Here is my case...
I am 30 and just got married and would be applying as married. I have a HND and I'm applying for an advanced entry for a b.sc degree as my HND couldn't fetch me a Masters. My father will be sponsoring. Kindly analyze the variables and advise. Any red flags?
Thanks
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Chibabe4Christ: 1:58pm On Jan 19
Good day @ Dizzynet...
Please I have gone through your post and will need your assistance in getting admission at DIT and study visa process.
Did you finally use ielets or toefl when applying for student visa

Also which of the DIT? is it dublin institute of technology or Dundalk Institute of Technology

Please i need your response.
dizzynet:
Hi Guys

I am sharing this to encourage someone.

About 15 months ago, I took the brave decision to travel abroad for better opportunities. Brave because I had a decent job as per naija standards but I was pretty stagnant and making no genuine progress in my career. I considered several countries but eventually settled for Ireland as it was less competitive than other countries and they offered graduates a genuine chance to get a job after graduation. I barely put enough money together for visa application, flights and 50% of the tuition. I came to study a Masters in Computing(Data Analytics) at DIT, I did not know much about the school but the deciding factor in picking it was that they allowed a 50% down payment of tuition for registration.

It was a very intense period while I studied, I was lucky to be get a part time job almost immediately after I arrived and it was extremely difficult juggling this with full time study especially as the masters degree was extremely packed. I did not need any extra motivation to dedicate my whole being to studying, this often meant I had to hang around all night in Starbucks, completing assignments and studying.

Now to the testimony, about 2 months ago I graduated and I actually had a job offer as an Analytics Consultant in a top Consulting Firm here in Dublin before I graduated. Now this is nothing but God's grace as I know for a fact it is not easy. On accepting the Job offer, the company wasted no time in preparing a critical skills work permit application(equivalent of green card) on my behalf which got approved about two weeks ago.

I used nairaland a lot when researching study destinations and putting together my visa papers so feel free to reach out to me if you require any information.

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Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by wintabotom: 12:33pm On Jan 20
Good Day everyone

Please I intend to pursue my mba (marketing) what are my chances of getting a job after studies. The permanent residence is very key. Guys please advise courses. I have 10 years work experience majorly in sales.
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by ICaSNg(f): 1:04pm On Jan 20
wintabotom:
Good Day everyone

Please I intend to pursue my mba (marketing) what are my chances of getting a job after studies. The permanent residence is very key. Guys please advise courses. I have 10 years work experience majorly in sales.


Jobs on priority list here:
https://dbei.gov.ie/en/What-We-Do/Workplace-and-Skills/Employment-Permits/Employment-Permit-Eligibility/Highly-Skilled-Eligible-Occupations-List/
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by weiny: 7:22am On Jan 21
What are student visa chances for 29 years old female with education gaps? Going to be applying for level 8 bachelors.
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by weiny: 7:26am On Jan 21
Yes it is a level 8. Thanks.
Im more worried abt visa approval. Fingers crossed.

ICaSNg:


My professional advice is make sure the bachelors is level 8, level 7 won't get you the post study work permit and may not get you a job as a foreigner in Ireland.

Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by ICaSNg(f): 10:11am On Jan 21
weiny:
Yes it is a level 8. Thanks.
Im more worried abt visa approval. Fingers crossed.


Good to know.

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Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Chibabe4Christ: 3:33pm On Jan 21
Good day House....
Please i want to find out if Proof of English is compulsory for Irish student Visa application, also am applying for masters at DIT, cork Institute and Griffitt Institute...is proof of English compulsory too.
Am 43years old applying for masters in political relations which is level 9, what are my chances of getting admission letter and student visa.

Please I sincerely need your urgent advice.

Thanks and God bless
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by ICaSNg(f): 10:06pm On Jan 21
Chibabe4Christ:
Good day House....
Please i want to find out if Proof of English is compulsory for Irish student Visa application, also am applying for masters at DIT, cork Institute and Griffitt Institute...is proof of English compulsory too.
Am 43years old applying for masters in political relations which is level 9, what are my chances of getting admission letter and student visa.

Please I sincerely need your urgent advice.

Thanks and God bless

Please take time to read through the thread, no one has the luxury of doing your research for you. So its either you speak to an agent or READ.
Cheers ma
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Chibabe4Christ: 11:24am On Jan 22
Good day @ ICaSNg .... Before I sent out a question, I have gone through but couldn't see any related answer. Honestly you were rather harsh with your words. The energy and strength you wasted by demoralising and discouraging me typing that below is enough to answer just yes or no or rather simple tense to edify my soul. Please be polite next time we are all hear to learn and acquire knowledge so that we can impact on others. If all the answers are here, why do people ask questions and you replied?
Why referring me to an agent? honestly you have spoilt my day already..... see me trying to go to nairaland with excitement to meet my people.... only for you to.... any way........IT IS WELL!!!!!!!!!!!

ICaSNg:


Please take time to read through the thread, no one has the luxury of doing your research for you. So its either you speak to an agent or READ.
Cheers ma
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by ICaSNg(f): 4:05pm On Jan 22
Chibabe4Christ:
Good day @ ICaSNg .... Before I sent out a question, I have gone through but couldn't see any related answer. Honestly you were rather harsh with your words. The energy and strength you wasted by demoralising and discouraging me typing that below is enough to answer just yes or no or rather simple tense to edify my soul. Please be polite next time we are all hear to learn and acquire knowledge so that we can impact on others. If all the answers are here, why do people ask questions and you replied?
Why referring me to an agent? honestly you have spoilt my day already..... see me trying to go to nairaland with excitement to meet my people.... only for you to.... any way........IT IS WELL!!!!!!!!!!!


On this page alone just 4 days ago 18th Jan, 2019 someone asked the same question which I answered. I created this thread because I want to help people like yourself get guided information.
Am sorry you feel offended by my answer , seriously there is no reason to feel offended- you're not paying me at the end of the day, you will go to UKEAS who gets paid.

Am referring you to speak to your agent because most of Nairalanders have agents they are working with and only disturb my phone to get information.
No one pays me to do these and if I see that I've provided answer to similar questions, I don't think it's worthwhile stressing myself to do so repeatedly.



Cheers

Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by ICaSNg(f): 4:24pm On Jan 22
Chibabe4Christ:
Good day House....
Please i want to find out if Proof of English is compulsory for Irish student Visa application, also am applying for masters at DIT, cork Institute and Griffitt Institute...is proof of English compulsory too.
Am 43years old applying for masters in political relations which is level 9, what are my chances of getting admission letter and student visa.

Please I sincerely need your urgent advice.

Thanks and God bless


Let me answer you as an elderly person;
No age limit for PG -postgraduate programs
Relevance of PG course must correspond to previous UG course and work experience
Proof of finances for married applicant is much more than single applicants- its not 1 answer fits all.
DIT/TUD and Griffith may not require IELTS / other english proficiency test,
CIT requires with outstanding results in BSc


English proficiency test for the last time is required for visa application.

Am not rude , just excellently brilliant at what i do to the glory of GOD!!!

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Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by ICaSNg(f): 4:28pm On Jan 22
ahiboilandgas:
yes junior brother ,Msc international bussiness(griffth )they are twins (other pursue canada)but visa has been refused 2 times so am encouraging him to look ireland but for courses on the critical list ..like bussiness analysis or big data managment ....they are very desperate to leave Nigeria but I don't want them coming back to unemployment after the huge investment they are very young 24

You already know the drill, automatic 2 years work permit but if the person is exceptionally good and have relevant years of experience in Information systems / IT-Biz, he may get his long term work permit sponsored right after graduation.

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