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Re: Relocation, vacation, study abroad and scholarship gist by smileforme15: 7:07am On Feb 24, 2020
Temporary resident visa...to any country, secure a job or get married


Happy New week
Re: Relocation, vacation, study abroad and scholarship gist by smileforme15: 12:47pm On Feb 25, 2020
Uk point based system

Re: Relocation, vacation, study abroad and scholarship gist by judecares1(m): 1:06pm On Feb 29, 2020
Good afternoon,can you please pm me? Am interested


smileforme15:
Hello Iceland



Hello careerexplorers
Re: Relocation, vacation, study abroad and scholarship gist by smileforme15: 3:01pm On Mar 02, 2020
Success Stories
Re: Relocation, vacation, study abroad and scholarship gist by smileforme15: 2:03pm On Mar 03, 2020
https://www.mae.ro/en/node/10251
Romanian Government full scholarship link below

https://www.mae.ro/en/node/10251


Let my scholars help you apply for scholarship...
For the following disciplines only
1. Sciences
2. Engineering
3. Education
4. Finance and business
5. Social sciences

interested?
Re: Relocation, vacation, study abroad and scholarship gist by smileforme15: 9:08am On Mar 06, 2020
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Re: Relocation, vacation, study abroad and scholarship gist by smileforme15: 11:35am On Nov 02, 2020
SCHOOL ADMISSION AND SCHOLARSHIP SEASON HERE AGAIN
Tips for searching for a new school:

•Clarify what you are looking for

•Do some research on the country, embassy etc

•Brand yourself for a scholarship (Certificates, Transcripts, Reference, CV, SOP)

•Stay open-minded and be flexible

Have a great week y’all. Happy new month gentlemen and ladies�
Re: Relocation, vacation, study abroad and scholarship gist by smileforme15: 12:15pm On Nov 02, 2020
Re: Relocation, vacation, study abroad and scholarship gist by smileforme15: 12:47pm On Nov 02, 2020
50% tuition scholarship is a big deal for somebody who has a 3rd class.

Tips for attracting 85% scholarship in the UK

Re: Relocation, vacation, study abroad and scholarship gist by smileforme15: 2:43pm On Nov 03, 2020
Since nairaland has made it difficult to connect to WhatsApp group link, you can send your WhatsApp number to oonaolapo@careerexplorers.com.ng or info@careerexplorers.com.ng or cendconsulting@gmail.com

Title of the mail should be:Add me

Note: only for those who want to study in 2021
Re: Relocation, vacation, study abroad and scholarship gist by smileforme15: 3:30pm On Nov 04, 2020
Admission is open for all Norwegian schools kindly DM for 100 percent admission and visa


Norway does not charge school fees
Re: Relocation, vacation, study abroad and scholarship gist by smileforme15: 7:28am On Nov 06, 2020
What UK has to offer...you can stay back to work after studies with 2 years work permit.


Contact us for your enquiries

Re: Relocation, vacation, study abroad and scholarship gist by olaolu39(m): 10:53am On Nov 07, 2020
Unending ASUU strike
Re: Relocation, vacation, study abroad and scholarship gist by smileforme15: 8:48am On Nov 11, 2020
We are unique in a number of ways:

1. We tell you if a school requires application fee or not.

2. We don't charge exhorbitantly.

3. We believe some of you can do it yourself if you have proper guide, information and most especially enough time to research. Therefore, we teach you how to apply to get a scholarship if you wish to do it by yourself.

We are Career Explorers in Nigeria and Diaspora - CEND Consulting Services
Re: Relocation, vacation, study abroad and scholarship gist by smileforme15: 12:54pm On Dec 02, 2020
Why would you choose UK migration over Canada, USA or Australia?

a)Exchange rate
b) Proximity to your home country
c) Weather
d) All of the above
e) none of the above

Re: Relocation, vacation, study abroad and scholarship gist by smileforme15: 4:19pm On Dec 07, 2020
His budget is 2million and he wants to study in the UK.

Lo and behold, he got an affordable school with a scholarship.

Dream come true


Application is open for 2021 applicants.

Course of study: Medicine, Law, Business, Education, Engineering and Sciences.

Re: Relocation, vacation, study abroad and scholarship gist by smileforme15: 4:05pm On Dec 15, 2020
Offer valid till Christmas eve

Re: Relocation, vacation, study abroad and scholarship gist by smileforme15: 4:02pm On Dec 17, 2020
Scholarship for phD

Re: Relocation, vacation, study abroad and scholarship gist by smileforme15: 12:02pm On Jan 04
May the new year favour us all. AMEN

Re: Relocation, vacation, study abroad and scholarship gist by smileforme15: 5:00pm On Jan 04
In your youth, you should japa if you want to and have an opportunity to do so. Get the basics, like a car, a house, a 90-inch TV and a bad bad sound system. Build your CV there & show them you are a determined Naija person. If, later, you want to come back, it’ll be by choice."

Credit: Dr Joe Abah

#nigerianyouth
Re: Relocation, vacation, study abroad and scholarship gist by smileforme15: 5:11pm On Jan 08
True testimony

Re: Relocation, vacation, study abroad and scholarship gist by smileforme15: 11:32am On Jan 14
January 15- most school applications deadline
Re: Relocation, vacation, study abroad and scholarship gist by bilalmunsif: 2:06pm On Jan 14
bilalmunsif:
Tips for studying abroad

Studying abroad can be a unique experience that you will never forget. Therefore, today I present you 20 tips that will help you make the most of this incredible experience. Here we go!
#1 Do it
If you are doubting whether or not to study abroad, do it. Being able to live outside your country for a while will open your mind and help you in many aspects of your life. Do not hesitate, go on an adventure!
#2 Prepare with time
Preparing and organizing yourself to go study abroad takes time and dedication. I recommend that you start preparing as soon as possible and thus avoid many setbacks.
#3 Make a To Do List
I recommend that you create a document and write down in a list all the things you have to do in order to be able to study outside your country. This will help you stay on track and not get lost.
#4 Find the right group of friends
I would like to highlight the word "suitable" here, since normally, we tend to look for people who make us feel comfortable, but this is not always the best. What I'm saying is that you try to find people who speak other languages to you and who do different activities. You will learn new things that you cannot do at home, and you will improve the language further.
#5 Look for new hobbies
Do new things and learn. Universities offer many activities for students, so if you have the opportunity, I recommend that you sign up for all of them.
#6 Beware of notes
Always keep an eye on the academic side. If you plan to study at a university in Australia like I did, you should take a good look at the syllabus. Knowing well the structure of the course and the dates of the exams will save you a lot of problems, believe me.
#7 Learn to save
It is important to know how to spend money wisely. Pay attention to how much money you spend and on what things. Personally, I set a monthly spending limit, and tried to save money for trips.
#8 Participate in a sports team and in other activities
Being part of a team has many advantages. It helps you learn and improve from others, as well as being able to create a very strong bond with your peers.
#9 Talk to the teachers
Sometimes you learn more outside of class than inside. I personally spoke a lot with a teacher that I really liked, and this gave me the opportunity to learn. I recommend that if you have a teacher that you admire, go and talk to him. You will be surprised what you can learn from him or her. It is a great way to find your first mentor.
#10 Find a girlfriend/boyfriend
One of my best tips is to find a partner. With your partner you will discover new places and local customs, in addition to improving your language a lot.
#11 Sign up for classes early
In the case of Australia, if it takes time and you are one of the last students to register, it is likely that you will not be able to register for the classes that you want, as it is very possible that they are full. It is important that you register as soon as the registration period opens. So you can register for the classes you want, with the schedule that best suits you, and with the teachers you want.
#12 Celebrate the national holidays
Traveling to a different country will help you get to know new cultures and celebrations. In my opinion, national holidays are a unique experience that you should definitely give a try.
#13 Book flight tickets as soon as possible
Airline tickets are not cheap, especially for us students. One way to save money is to organize early and book your tickets as soon as possible. I recommend that you buy your plane tickets as soon as you know the dates on which you start and end the classes.
#14 Prepare for the TOEFL and SAT exams
It is very important that you start preparing for the TOEFL and SAT exams in advance. These types of exams require time and effort to be able to do it in the best possible way.
#15 Don't buy a lot of furniture
The reason here is simple, save money and hassle. Normally, once they finish their studies, students decide to go somewhere else, so if you buy a lot of furniture for your house or apartment, you will have to sell it so as not to lose money.
#16 Resell the furniture you have bought
One of my tips when it comes to reselling furniture that you have already purchased is to sell it to freshmen who need furniture.
#17 Invest in a bed
It may sound weird, but based on my experience I recommend that you get a good bed. Many students sleep on inflatable mattresses or bad beds, and it can cause many injuries over time. Think of this as a long-term investment.
#18 Cook your own food
Buying food at the supermarket and cooking it yourself at home will help you save a lot of money, in addition to eating healthier. To give you an idea, a student who eats and dines away from home every day usually spends an average of more than a thousand dollars a month.
#19 Choose the right platform for course application
Before starting your study abroad, you need to apply for a course. This is a long but important process, so I strongly recommended you to choose a professional platform or reliable agent to be your assistant. If you cannot make a choice, you can consider CatEight, a comprehensive course search and application platform.
#20 Check the status of your visa
Having your visa in order is crucial to avoid problems in the future. Remember to keep an eye on the expiration date from time to time.
These have been my best tips for when you study abroad. I hope you have an amazing experience and make the most of the time you are studying abroad.
Tips for studying abroad

Studying abroad can be a unique experience that you will never forget. Therefore, today I present you 20 tips that will help you make the most of this incredible experience. Here we go!
#1 Do it
If you are doubting whether or not to study abroad, do it. Being able to live outside your country for a while will open your mind and help you in many aspects of your life. Do not hesitate, go on an adventure!
#2 Prepare with time
Preparing and organizing yourself to go study abroad takes time and dedication. I recommend that you start preparing as soon as possible and thus avoid many setbacks.
#3 Make a To Do List
I recommend that you create a document and write down in a list all the things you have to do in order to be able to study outside your country. This will help you stay on track and not get lost.
#4 Find the right group of friends
I would like to highlight the word "suitable" here, since normally, we tend to look for people who make us feel comfortable, but this is not always the best. What I'm saying is that you try to find people who speak other languages to you and who do different activities. You will learn new things that you cannot do at home, and you will improve the language further.
#5 Look for new hobbies
Do new things and learn. Universities offer many activities for students, so if you have the opportunity, I recommend that you sign up for all of them.
#6 Beware of notes
Always keep an eye on the academic side. If you plan to study at a university in Australia like I did, you should take a good look at the syllabus. Knowing well the structure of the course and the dates of the exams will save you a lot of problems, believe me.
#7 Learn to save
It is important to know how to spend money wisely. Pay attention to how much money you spend and on what things. Personally, I set a monthly spending limit, and tried to save money for trips.
#8 Participate in a sports team and in other activities
Being part of a team has many advantages. It helps you learn and improve from others, as well as being able to create a very strong bond with your peers.
#9 Talk to the teachers
Sometimes you learn more outside of class than inside. I personally spoke a lot with a teacher that I really liked, and this gave me the opportunity to learn. I recommend that if you have a teacher that you admire, go and talk to him. You will be surprised what you can learn from him or her. It is a great way to find your first mentor.
#10 Find a girlfriend/boyfriend
One of my best tips is to find a partner. With your partner you will discover new places and local customs, in addition to improving your language a lot.
#11 Sign up for classes early
In the case of Australia, if it takes time and you are one of the last students to register, it is likely that you will not be able to register for the classes that you want, as it is very possible that they are full. It is important that you register as soon as the registration period opens. So you can register for the classes you want, with the schedule that best suits you, and with the teachers you want.
#12 Celebrate the national holidays
Traveling to a different country will help you get to know new cultures and celebrations. In my opinion, national holidays are a unique experience that you should definitely give a try.
#13 Book flight tickets as soon as possible
Airline tickets are not cheap, especially for us students. One way to save money is to organize early and book your tickets as soon as possible. I recommend that you buy your plane tickets as soon as you know the dates on which you start and end the classes.
#14 Prepare for the TOEFL and SAT exams
It is very important that you start preparing for the TOEFL and SAT exams in advance. These types of exams require time and effort to be able to do it in the best possible way.
#15 Don't buy a lot of furniture
The reason here is simple, save money and hassle. Normally, once they finish their studies, students decide to go somewhere else, so if you buy a lot of furniture for your house or apartment, you will have to sell it so as not to lose money.
#16 Resell the furniture you have bought
One of my tips when it comes to reselling furniture that you have already purchased is to sell it to freshmen who need furniture.
#17 Invest in a bed
It may sound weird, but based on my experience I recommend that you get a good bed. Many students sleep on inflatable mattresses or bad beds, and it can cause many injuries over time. Think of this as a long-term investment.
#18 Cook your own food
Buying food at the supermarket and cooking it yourself at home will help you save a lot of money, in addition to eating healthier. To give you an idea, a student who eats and dines away from home every day usually spends an average of more than a thousand dollars a month.
#19 Choose the right platform for course application
Before starting your study abroad, you need to apply for a course. This is a long but important process, so I strongly recommended you to choose a professional platform or reliable agent to be your assistant. If you cannot make a choice, you can consider CatEight, a comprehensive course search and application platform.
#20 Check the status of your visa
Having your visa in order is crucial to avoid problems in the future. Remember to keep an eye on the expiration date from time to time.
These have been my best tips for when you study abroad. I hope you have an amazing experience and make the most of the time you are studying abroad.

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