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Re: Advice On France Student Admission And Visa by dayo229: 3:47pm On Apr 02, 2018
kkc1:
Can I get a tuition fee of #300,000 naira per year in these countries?

No you can't. #300,000 is not even up to €700 euro.
Re: Advice On France Student Admission And Visa by BarristerAlarig: 4:52pm On Apr 02, 2018
Thewizardof0zil:
Happy Easter to you too. Yes, I’m going for Msc.
Best of luck sir.
Re: Advice On France Student Admission And Visa by Enephkay: 7:34pm On Apr 11, 2018
Thewizardof0zil:
Bro, please how does the whole €9k stuff work? And I finished with a 2:2, is it possible to get an Msc program in Germany?

Sure you can bro and if you interested you should apply now that winter session is open for applications
Re: Advice On France Student Admission And Visa by Ezedan1(m): 10:36am On Apr 20, 2018
Thewizardof0zil:
Bro, please how does the whole €9k stuff work? And I finished with a 2:2, is it possible to get an Msc program in Germany?
You must deposit €9,000 before you apply for German students visa.
That's their law.
I can't afford that so I am looking for some countries with cheap tuitions.
Re: Advice On France Student Admission And Visa by JJCE(m): 11:01pm On Apr 20, 2018
BarristerAlarig:


Check out the university of Jaen,Spain. I was given a full tuition scholarship with stipends last year though I couldn't resume due to personal reasons. They easily admit Nigerians. Do you speak Spanish?? How much can you afford??
with the budget of 1 million naira, b.s.c precisely, am I good to go
Re: Advice On France Student Admission And Visa by JJCE(m): 11:13pm On Apr 20, 2018
Thewizardof0zil:
Bro, please how does the whole €9k stuff work? And I finished with a 2:2, is it possible to get an Msc program in Germany?
instead 9k euro , sponsor letter is another option....
Re: Advice On France Student Admission And Visa by BarristerAlarig: 8:56am On Apr 21, 2018
JJCE:
with the budget of 1 million naira, b.s.c precisely, am I good to go


I sincerely doubt it. A million naira is less than €2300.
Re: Advice On France Student Admission And Visa by Thewizardof0zil: 12:47pm On Apr 21, 2018
JJCE:
instead 9k euro , sponsor letter is another option....
I don’t have anyone in Germany
Re: Advice On France Student Admission And Visa by Chukason1(m): 2:27pm On Apr 21, 2018
Justwise isn't it possible to gain scholarship in Germany for BSC without 8700£ block account ??
Re: Advice On France Student Admission And Visa by Ezedan1(m): 5:00pm On May 02, 2018
Chukason1:
Justwise isn't it possible to gain scholarship in Germany for BSC without 8700£ block account ??

That is Germany for you and before going to waste your time in their embassy you must deposit 9k euro or else you are wasting your time.
Re: Advice On France Student Admission And Visa by Ezedan1(m): 5:02pm On May 02, 2018
Chukason1:
Justwise isn't it possible to gain scholarship in Germany for BSC without 8700£ block account ??
Getting admission into any school in any country isn't the issue.
The issue is the embassy law and German schools are free or cheap.
But you need to deposit 9k euro in Germany first before applying for the study visa.
Re: Advice On France Student Admission And Visa by orimahspence: 1:28pm On May 14, 2018
Ezedan1:
Good day pals,
I want to apply for a school in France or Spain but I need advice for the cheap schools which I can apply.
Pls let's share info together because I need to apply to the school soonest.
Thanks for your understanding.

Message me on shollykay2014@yahoo.com
Re: Advice On France Student Admission And Visa by Ezedan1(m): 11:27am On May 03
Please u need info on cheap schools in France.
I want to apply for Msc program
Re: Advice On France Student Admission And Visa by dansweden(m): 5:42pm On May 03
Pls let's help ourselves I want to apply for msc program in France.
I need help with cheaper university so I can apply soonest.
This France visa thread is slow , are there no naija students in France universities?
Re: Advice On France Student Admission And Visa by MPESA(m): 12:58am On May 04
dayo229:


Why not add some of these countries to your list: Estonia, Finland, Poland, Czech republic, Hungary and Turkey.

Estonia: This country offers education with little or no tuition fee. I know some of you will ask "no tuition fee?". There are many programs offered by Estonian universities that have tuition waiver. And if you don't get tuition waiver, the tuition fee ranges between €2,400 to €4000 per year.

Finland: Even though Finland no longer offers tuition free education, you can get up to 100% scholarship plus stipend if you have a satisfaction academic qualifications.

Poland: A very peaceful country with affordable tuition fee. You can get university in Poland for as low as €2,000 per academic year.

Czech Republic: This country also offers one of the lowest tuition fee in Europe.

Hungary: Same as Poland.

Turkey: Some universities in Turkey offers affordable tuition fee.

Please note that the countries mentioned above offers their programs in English and you do NOT need to start a language course before you begin your studies.


Please what's menial job prospect in this country especially in Poland and their pay per hour.
Re: Advice On France Student Admission And Visa by MPESA(m): 1:00am On May 04
Ezedan1:

I don't speak Spanish, only English but I have first level certificate in German language I cant go-to Germany because of the embassy bank deposit €9,000 .
I want easier way like France or Spain....
Pls just help me....

Please how long did it takes you to learn this German language and where.
Re: Advice On France Student Admission And Visa by Hadampson(m): 1:36am On May 04
dayo229:


Why not add some of these countries to your list: Estonia, Finland, Poland, Czech republic, Hungary and Turkey.

Estonia: This country offers education with little or no tuition fee. I know some of you will ask "no tuition fee?". There are many programs offered by Estonian universities that have tuition waiver. And if you don't get tuition waiver, the tuition fee ranges between €2,400 to €4000 per year.

Finland: Even though Finland no longer offers tuition free education, you can get up to 100% scholarship plus stipend if you have a satisfaction academic qualifications.

Poland: A very peaceful country with affordable tuition fee. You can get university in Poland for as low as €2,000 per academic year.

Czech Republic: This country also offers one of the lowest tuition fee in Europe.

Hungary: Same as Poland.

Turkey: Some universities in Turkey offers affordable tuition fee.

Please note that the countries mentioned above offers their programs in English and you do NOT need to start a language course before you begin your studies.


Good one but your list is not complete without adding Portugal smiley

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Re: Advice On France Student Admission And Visa by Ezedan1(m): 9:48am On May 04
I am still waiting for good nairalanders to help me with what I asked for concerning admission into msc program in France.
I need cheap school to apply Pls let's drop it Here..
Re: Advice On France Student Admission And Visa by Ezedan1(m): 9:49am On May 04
Pls we need France or cheap tuition universities That Won't take tuition .
Can you help
Re: Advice On France Student Admission And Visa by dansweden(m): 5:55pm On May 04
German course depends on the type of program you want to use it for.
They have A1 in German language = 3months
A2 = 3months.
Depends on what you want to use it for.
Google Goethe institute Lagos or Goethe institute Nigeria then you Can Decide on what to do..


MPESA:


Please how long did it takes you to learn this German language and where.
Re: Advice On France Student Admission And Visa by Ezedan1(m): 7:33pm On May 04
Is like this France thread is not active?
Are there no naija ppl in France studying there?
Pls guys help us out

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Re: Advice On France Student Admission And Visa by MPESA(m): 6:48am On May 05
dansweden:
German course depends on the type of program you want to use it for.
They have A1 in German language = 3months
A2 = 3months.
Depends on what you want to use it for.
Google Goethe institute Lagos or Goethe institute Nigeria then you Can Decide on what to do..




More blessing to you Sir....... It's for undergraduate degree in any STEM COURSE .... Or doesn't it requires language program? , is it not mandatory?, if it requires language program which one of the above mentioned A-1 or A2 or both please kindly shade more light before me contacting the above institution.
Thanks.
Re: Advice On France Student Admission And Visa by dansweden(m): 12:11pm On May 05
Let me enlighten you about admission into Germany.
Before you start with anything you better know that getting admission into any German university is very easy but d problem is getting the German student visa.
German embassy will ask you to deposit £9,000 into a bank in Germany before they will issue u visa.
If you going to Germany for studying you can run the German course for at least 3--6months which is compulsory bt it might not be really compulsory because if you get to Germany you can as well start with the course from scratch their but the main koko there is the £9,000 .
If you don't deposit it in Germany before going to embassy then forget about the visa.
This is why I canceled my German admission and am Looking for anything cheap in France for a msc program...

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Re: Advice On France Student Admission And Visa by eebruboss(m): 2:09pm On Jul 12
Please anyone with France student visa information, cheap schools or scholarships should help.. Edakun ejooo

Ezedan1:
Pls we need France or cheap tuition universities That Won't take tuition .
Can you help

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