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Studying Abroad is not as Expensive as you think by mgeducational(f): 6:03am On Jan 13
Did you know that only Nigerians write UTME?
Admission is so easy outside Nigeria, Instead of waiting at home for another year, writing UTME and still looking for connections before you get admitted into school, try this option out.

There is actually no problem in writing UTME and post UTME if the admission is sure, even after having the cut off mark, passing the post UTME, its still not easy, when you finally get the admission, due to strike and other problems, a 4 years course becomes a 6 years course, what a pity!.

You don't need to worry about all these problems and delay if you study abroad, you don't need to lobby before you get admitted into the university once you have your complete O'level result and money .You graduate at the stipulated time and even stand a chance of getting job abroad after your studies.

Some think it is expensive to study abroad without knowing that some of the private universities in Nigeria are more expensive than studying abroad.

There are various options for you depending on your financial status, for those who are capable of studying in European countries like Georgia, Ukraine, Moldova, Germany, Cyprus, Canada etc.
The tuition ranges from 500,000 naira to 1,000,000 naira.

Those who can afford other African countries like Cameroon, Benin Republic (Cotonou and Porto-novo), the tuition ranges from 300,000 - 450,000 naira.

Some of the state universities in Nigeria now are paying close to 300,000 naira, so why wasting your time? You don't need to delay yourself and it's not compulsory you graduate at the age of 30 while some of your mates become graduates at the age of 20, 21, 22 etc.

Graduating on time will give you more grace to plan for your life. If you want to be great in future, now is the future, you are not getting any younger so make the right decision now.

For counselling and how to go about studying abroad, contact : 08157191179 or send a message to this e-mail address : mgeduconsult@gmail.com
You can also visit www.facebook.com/mgconsult.org.

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Re: Studying Abroad is not as Expensive as you think by ben4ever: 8:43am On Jan 13
Really
Re: Studying Abroad is not as Expensive as you think by DeanAmbrose: 9:25am On Jan 13
They have started looking for slaves to ship off to Cyprus! A very useless country that is very racial!

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Re: Studying Abroad is not as Expensive as you think by moststylish(m): 3:36pm On Jan 13
mgeducational:
Did you know that only Nigerians write UTME?
Admission is so easy outside Nigeria, Instead of waiting at home for another year, writing UTME and still looking for connections before you get admitted into school, try this option out.

There is actually no problem in writing UTME and post UTME if the admission is sure, even after having the cut off mark, passing the post UTME, its still not easy, when you finally get the admission, due to strike and other problems, a 4 years course becomes a 6 years course, what a pity!.

You don't need to worry about all these problems and delay if you study abroad, you don't need to lobby before you get admitted into the university once you have your complete O'level result and money .You graduate at the stipulated time and even stand a chance of getting job abroad after your studies.

Some think it is expensive to study abroad without knowing that some of the private universities in Nigeria are more expensive than studying abroad.

There are various options for you depending on your financial status, for those who are capable of studying in European countries like Georgia, Ukraine, Moldova, Germany, Cyprus, Canada etc.
The tuition ranges from 500,000 naira to 1,000,000 naira.

Those who can afford other African countries like Cameroon, Benin Republic (Cotonou and Porto-novo), the tuition ranges from 300,000 - 450,000 naira.

Some of the state universities in Nigeria now are paying close to 300,000 naira, so why wasting your time? You don't need to delay yourself and it's not compulsory you graduate at the age of 30 while some of your mates become graduates at the age of 20, 21, 22 etc.

Graduating on time will give you more grace to plan for your life. If you want to be great in future, now is the future, you are not getting any younger so make the right decision now.

For counselling and how to go about studying abroad, contact : 08157191179 or send a message to this e-mail address : mgeduconsult@gmail.com
You can also visit www.facebook.com/mgconsult.org.
so 1 million naira is not expensive

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Re: Studying Abroad is not as Expensive as you think by Nobody: 4:02pm On Jan 13
moststylish:
so 1 million naira is not expensive

It might be expensive but it definitely worth it.
My children will never attend a tertiary institution in Nigeria

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Re: Studying Abroad is not as Expensive as you think by joshtega27(m): 4:48pm On Jan 13
hmmmm OP do u have idea of institutions in Ghana??
Re: Studying Abroad is not as Expensive as you think by Martinez19(m): 4:51pm On Jan 13
DeanAmbrose:
They have started looking for slaves to ship off to Cyprus! A very useless country that is very racial!
as I see this thread na wetin I dey think so.

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Re: Studying Abroad is not as Expensive as you think by MYSELF2018: 5:39pm On Jan 13
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Re: Studying Abroad is not as Expensive as you think by mgeducational(f): 7:46pm On Jan 13
DeanAmbrose:
They have started looking for slaves to ship off to Cyprus! A very useless country that is very racial!

Cyprus is not the only Country listed in the post, if you don't like Cyprus, it's not a do or die affair. We have Clients that have gone to Cyprus and came back to Nigeria as graduates.
Re: Studying Abroad is not as Expensive as you think by mgeducational(f): 7:55pm On Jan 13
joshtega27:
hmmmm
OP do u have idea of institutions in Ghana??

No, We don't do Schools in Ghana because the fee is as high as studying in European Countries, Most of our Clients prefer going to Europe with that kind of money.
Re: Studying Abroad is not as Expensive as you think by starstunna1313(m): 9:27pm On Jan 13
mgeducational:
Did you know that only Nigerians write UTME?
Admission is so easy outside Nigeria, Instead of waiting at home for another year, writing UTME and still looking for connections before you get admitted into school, try this option out.

There is actually no problem in writing UTME and post UTME if the admission is sure, even after having the cut off mark, passing the post UTME, its still not easy, when you finally get the admission, due to strike and other problems, a 4 years course becomes a 6 years course, what a pity!.

You don't need to worry about all these problems and delay if you study abroad, you don't need to lobby before you get admitted into the university once you have your complete O'level result and money .You graduate at the stipulated time and even stand a chance of getting job abroad after your studies.

Some think it is expensive to study abroad without knowing that some of the private universities in Nigeria are more expensive than studying abroad.

There are various options for you depending on your financial status, for those who are capable of studying in European countries like Georgia, Ukraine, Moldova, Germany, Cyprus, Canada etc.
The tuition ranges from 500,000 naira to 1,000,000 naira.

Those who can afford other African countries like Cameroon, Benin Republic (Cotonou and Porto-novo), the tuition ranges from 300,000 - 450,000 naira.

Some of the state universities in Nigeria now are paying close to 300,000 naira, so why wasting your time? You don't need to delay yourself and it's not compulsory you graduate at the age of 30 while some of your mates become graduates at the age of 20, 21, 22 etc.

Graduating on time will give you more grace to plan for your life. If you want to be great in future, now is the future, you are not getting any younger so make the right decision now.

For counselling and how to go about studying abroad, contact : 08157191179 or send a message to this e-mail address : mgeduconsult@gmail.com
You can also visit www.facebook.com/mgconsult.org.

OP.. Lemme reserve my tea comment but you funny die.. How many average Nigerians earn 200k that you called 200k-1m cheap.. That weed your smoking is definitely not good for you cheesy cheesy

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Re: Studying Abroad is not as Expensive as you think by mgeducational(f): 12:27am On Jan 14
starstunna1313:


OP.. Lemme reserve my tea comment but you funny die.. How many average Nigerians earn 200k that you called 200k-1m cheap.. That weed your smoking is definitely not good for you cheesy cheesy

I would like to tell you the tuition fees of some private universities in Nigeria

*Madonna 800,000
*Afe Babalola University 1,000,000 for faculty of law
Their medical students pay 1,250,000
faculty of engineering pay 1,252,750
*Crescent University Abeokuta 480,000
*Lead city university Ibadan 550,000
*Benson Idahosa. 500,000
American University of Nigeria 1,590,000. etc.
Nigerians are really trooping into these schools, there are people who can afford these fees.
Even LAUTECH fees would be increased soon, it has been announced by the Oyo State Governor.
Re: Studying Abroad is not as Expensive as you think by kkc1: 2:23am On Jan 14
What about Asian continent; India precisely? I would like to know the tuition fee for master's degree course- social science.
Re: Studying Abroad is not as Expensive as you think by starstunna1313(m): 2:53am On Jan 14
mgeducational:


I would like to tell you the tuition fees of some private universities in Nigeria

*Madonna 800,000
*Afe Babalola University 1,000,000 for faculty of law
Their medical students pay 1,250,000
faculty of engineering pay 1,252,750
*Crescent University Abeokuta 480,000
*Lead city university Ibadan 550,000
*Benson Idahosa. 500,000
American University of Nigeria 1,590,000. etc.
Nigerians are really trooping into these schools, there are people who can afford these fees.
Even LAUTECH fees would be increased soon, it has been announced by the Oyo State Governor.

So its not expensive

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Re: Studying Abroad is not as Expensive as you think by SammieJayh(m): 3:08am On Jan 14
mgeducational:


There are various options for you depending on your financial status, for those who are capable of studying in European countries like Georgia, Ukraine, Moldova, Germany, Cyprus, Canada etc.

For counselling and how to go about studying abroad, contact : 08157191179 or send a message to this e-mail address : mgeduconsult@gmail.com
You can also visit www.facebook.com/mgconsult.org.

Please how much does Canada, Ukraine and Germany cost?
Re: Studying Abroad is not as Expensive as you think by Mynightmare: 3:22am On Jan 14
careytommy7:


It might be expensive but it definitely worth it.
My children will never attend a tertiary institution in Nigeria
and Cameroon is now abroad?

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Re: Studying Abroad is not as Expensive as you think by DeanAmbrose: 5:12am On Jan 14
SammieJayh:

Please how much does Canada, Ukraine and Germany cost?
Dem go knack you shot oo
Re: Studying Abroad is not as Expensive as you think by DeanAmbrose: 5:12am On Jan 14
SammieJayh:

Please how much does Canada, Ukraine and Germany cost?
Dem go knack you shot oo
Re: Studying Abroad is not as Expensive as you think by EarthXmetahuman: 8:45am On Jan 14
careytommy7:


It might be expensive but it definitely worth it.
My children will never attend a tertiary institution in Nigeria
so na shitty schools in cyprus, ghana and cameroon you want your kids to go to in the name of i dont want my kids in naija schools.

if dem ship them go slavery now, una go begin cry say government no do well.

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Re: Studying Abroad is not as Expensive as you think by anibirelawal(m): 11:47am On Jan 14
undecided
Re: Studying Abroad is not as Expensive as you think by Wiseandtrue(f): 1:32pm On Jan 14
OP nice info

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Re: Studying Abroad is not as Expensive as you think by SammieJayh(m): 1:46pm On Jan 14
DeanAmbrose:


Dem go knack you shot oo

cheesy I sabi na...when 1 see 1m for Cyprus, Ukraine, Germany and Cananda I fear sef shocked
Re: Studying Abroad is not as Expensive as you think by mgeducational(f): 7:31pm On Jan 14
kkc1:
What about Asian continent; India precisely? I would like to know the tuition fee for master's degree course- social science.
We don't have link with any school in Asia continent.
Re: Studying Abroad is not as Expensive as you think by mgeducational(f): 7:35pm On Jan 14
SammieJayh:


Please how much does Canada, Ukraine and Germany cost?
The costs depend on the course you want to study
Re: Studying Abroad is not as Expensive as you think by kkc1: 2:50am On Jan 15
Can i get a low tuition fee of $500-700 per year for master's degree courses in European countries?
Re: Studying Abroad is not as Expensive as you think by SammieJayh(m): 1:06pm On Jan 15
mgeducational:

The costs depend on the course you want to study

Engineering courses
Re: Studying Abroad is not as Expensive as you think by mgeducational(f): 9:46pm On Jan 15
SammieJayh:

Engineering courses
Italy 1,800 - 2,000 euro, payment on arrival this is the cheapest country

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