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Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 15 by Dreemerr: 10:07am On Feb 14
Yes I applied to university of Oregon before that date.

Milkshakes01:
Good morning everyone. If you applied to University of Oregon, before the December 1st deadline, kindly quote me. I have a juicy information for you. grin
Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 15 by electromagnito: 12:48pm On Feb 14
Spallanzani:
Good morning all. Please I am new here, I already have an Msc in information technology but I'm going for Msc in cybersecurity and information assurance. Please will this affect my interview outcome?
if you can simply tell VO that this will expose you more to phd you plan to do under cybersecurity....
Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 15 by electromagnito: 12:48pm On Feb 14
Admission wow......
Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 15 by tmphoto: 1:47pm On Feb 14
LagosismyHome:


Nigeria is an English speaking country so getting a Visa with IELP is almost impossible. Also how much is Toefl exam compared to 3 months worth of tuition.

If you are really serious, go and write Toefl and get that admission changed to unconditional.....

Thanks for your advice. I had to forgo the school since I just got another admission from the University of Massachusetts Lowell and this time it’s not conditional however they have sent the admission packet which I was notified of them sending it yesterday.

1: will the admission packet include also the I-20 form or just packet alone

2: on the visa part, what instructions and advice can you guys give to me to prepare with inorder to secure cause I and my family got a shot at this and I am very optimistic about it.

3: Do anyone know any site that can gives Visa mock preparation, though I have been since the last 4 months


4: lastly after getting the visa and traveling to the USA how much do I have to hold as BTA i guess so as to avoid deportation or secondary inspections

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Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 15 by ayitty(f): 10:15pm On Feb 14
Hello all,My kid brother intends to study civil engineering (B.engr) in the USA.Kindly recommend universities he can apply too. Thanks

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Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 15 by Dprinz45: 7:17am On Feb 15
Hello All
Plan going to Spartan college of Aeronautics and Technology for my Associates degree and commercial pilot license..
Program is 18 months and I honestly don't know the how to go about with the visa..
Don't have any degree but left High school about 6 years back..
The school doesn't need SAT but I don't know if the embassy will require that..
Is there anyone here that has gotten commercial pilot license?
Will really appreciate your input on how to go about it...
Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 15 by Muleriders: 3:22pm On Feb 15
ayitty:
Hello all,My kid brother intends to study civil engineering (B.engr) in the USA.Kindly recommend universities he can apply too. Thanks

There are over 5,000 universities in the USA,
You can use Google to search for schools offering civil engineering, narrow your search to the state you want him to study, from the search result, check out each school's website and read Thier requirements

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Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 15 by ayitty(f): 3:24pm On Feb 15
Muleriders:


There are over 5,000 universities in the USA,
You can use Google to search for schools overing civil engineering, narrow your search to the state you want him to study, from the search result, check out each school's website and read Thier requirements

Thank you. I forced him to do so but he is just lazy and wants me to spoon feed him
Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 15 by Muleriders: 3:25pm On Feb 15
Dprinz45:
Hello All
Plan going to Spartan college of Aeronautics and Technology for my Associates degree and commercial pilot license..
Program is 18 months and I honestly don't know the how to go about with the visa..
Don't have any degree but left High school about 6 years back..
The school doesn't need SAT but I don't know if the embassy will require that..
Is there anyone here that has gotten commercial pilot license?
Will really appreciate your input on how to go about it...

Since the school didn't require SAT, then you don't have to write. As for the visa, just work on how to sell yourself to the VO on why you chose the career path, be ready to explain what you have been doing for the past 6 years

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Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 15 by Muleriders: 3:28pm On Feb 15
ayitty:


Thank you. I forced him to do so but he is just lazy and wants me to spoon feed him

We can only be efficient at reviewing the list of schools in his bucket, we can't be efficient at selecting school for him because each school differs in admission requirements and we don't know the complete profile of this brother of yours.

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Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 15 by Kolping: 3:46pm On Feb 15
5 Reasons Why You Should Not Pay for Graduate School Out of Pocket
Feb 13, 2020
https://www.profellow.com/tips/5-reasons-why-you-should-not-pay-for-graduate-school-out-of-pocket/

By ProFellow Founder, Dr. Vicki Johnson

Many people come to ProFellow seeking information on funding awards for graduate school, including students already enrolled and racking up debt, or people aspiring to enter graduate school who are put off by the high cost and huge risk of taking out loans.

Well I’m about to tell you a big secret. You CAN achieve a high-quality master’s or doctoral degree without the financial risk. Here are 5 reasons why you should not pay for graduate school out of your own pocket or through taking on student debt.

1. There are hundreds of high-quality fully funded graduate programs, as well as full funding awards, to achieve a Ph.D. or master’s degree
When I was first considering pursuing a graduate degree in my 20’s, I made the mistake of searching the internet for “scholarships” to fund a master’s or doctoral degree. Even if I had used the word “fellowships” in my search, I would have come up short. The majority of funding for graduate students to complete their degrees comes from the universities themselves. There are a good number of graduate programs offer their accepted students “full funding” – which means full tuition coverage and an annual stipend for living expenses for the duration of your studies! These funds usually come in the form of an Assistantship or Studentship, which is a part-time university employment opportunity exclusively for graduate students.

Unfortunately, early in my career I had no knowledge of “fully funded” graduate programs. I wanted to achieve a top graduate degree in Public Health but my choices of programs were limited to those I could “afford” (with loans!). I quickly ruled out a Ph.D. due to my assumptions about the cost of a 5-year program and in 2006, I completed a 1-year MSc in Public Health at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. Although this program was “cheaper” than comparable 2-year master’s programs in the U.S., I still had to take on five figures in student loans, work part-time in a call center while studying, and apply for an external research grant.

Fortunately, several years later in 2011, I was personally invited to apply to a PhD program at Massey University in New Zealand and was directly offered a “full funding” package – my full tuition covered and an annual stipend of $25,000 per year! It was during this late period in my career that I discovered the world of fully funded graduate programs! I discovered there were many more graduate programs like this one offering full funding to their accepted students.

To further ProFellow’s mission of helping people discover funding opportunities for graduate school, I created a FREE Directory of Fully Funded Graduate Programs and Full Funding Awards listing more than 500 fully funded Ph.D. and master’s programs and full funding awards in more than 40 disciplines. Get the FREE Directory here!

2. Being saddled with student debt from graduate school will be more detrimental to your career than having no graduate degree
I’ve discovered that most readers of ProFellow.com are working in the social impact sector – public service, non-profits, teaching, STEM, journalism, public health, creative arts, advocacy, philanthropy and social entrepreneurship. A career in social impact can provide purpose and meaning to our lives, but unfortunately, it doesn’t always provide the financial compensation necessary to afford tens to hundreds of thousands of dollars in graduate school tuition and living expenses.

If you intend to pursue a graduate degree to advance your career in social impact, you may find yourself at a disappointing crossroads when faced with the decision of how you will pay down your student debt. You may find yourself pursuing a salary, rather than pursuing your calling. At this juncture, you wouldn’t be the first person to conclude that those years you spent dedicated to a graduate degree would have been better spent on professional and volunteer pursuits in your career field.

If you can achieve full funding for your graduate degree, you can use that degree to pursue the career that you want, not the job you need to pay off your debt.

3. Completing your graduate degree debt-free makes the time commitment and opportunity cost of pursuing a graduate degree less risky
When considering graduate school, we all have to consider if it is worthwhile to stop working to achieve a degree. The pursuit of a full-time graduate degree will be a major or total reduction in your salary for the duration of your studies. However, if you receive full funding, including full tuition coverage and a modest stipend for living expenses, you will be in a much better position financially than if you have little to no salary PLUS tens to hundreds of thousands of dollars in accruing student debt.

If you receive full tuition coverage and an annual stipend that is manageable for your living expenses, the time commitment of a degree and the opportunity cost of lost wages and time away from work will be a lot less imposing. Get the FREE Directory of Fully Funded Graduate Programs and Full Funding Awards to discover these programs!

4. The type and discipline of your graduate degree will have little to no impact on your career success
If you’re eyeing mid- to senior-level positions that require or prefer a master’s or doctoral degree, you might assume that you have to achieve a graduate degree in a specific discipline to be a strong candidate for those jobs. But have you ever noticed that job descriptions often ask for a graduate degree in specific disciplines “or a related discipline”? There is a HUGE amount of flexibility in that word “related”. Most jobs with graduate degree requirements just want to check the box that you have a graduate degree. In fact, as long as you can demonstrate in your job applications and interview that what you studied or researched is relevant and useful to the job you are applying to, the actual discipline of your degree matters little.

Therefore, if student debt is a concern, I would encourage you to exclusively pursue degree programs that are fully funded in a related discipline, rather than a degree in a popular discipline that is not funded. In the free Directory of Fully Funded Graduate Programs and Full Funding Awards you can discover 500+ fully funded programs and awards in more than 40 disciplines!

That said, the reputation of your graduate school degree can matter. Online graduate programs offered by for-profit and non-competitive universities will often tout that they are “more affordable” than your on-campus options, because the credits are cheaper, they can be done remotely and can be finished part-time at your own pace. But buyer beware – graduate programs that accept anyone with a credit card can be virtually worthless in the professional world and ANY graduate degree that you have to pay for out-of-pocket is ultimately more expensive than a fully funded graduate program.

Beyond the reputation of your graduate program, there are other factors that have much more impact on your career success: your expertise, skills and professional network. The higher you go in your career, the more likely you will be hired through a referral. Therefore, the growth and quality of your professional network (sustained through hard work and the positive recognition of your skills, expertise and attitude) are what land you top jobs. Keep that in mind when you consider investing tens to thousands of dollars into a graduate degree.

5. You can get support through ProFellow to apply to graduate school and develop a competitive application – you don’t have to do this alone!
It’s true that applying to graduate school and earning acceptance is challenging, whether or not you are applying to a program that is fully funded. Many fully funded programs have a less than 10% acceptance rate! But there are many ways you can strengthen your application and give yourself an edge over other top candidates. And you don’t have to do this alone! First, be sure to join ProFellow Academy, which is a FREE online advising platform where we share articles, free short courses and tips on the application process. Thousands have joined this platform to ask me questions directly and get access to special content.

Also, starting in March 2020, you can join my new online course and mentorship program, Fully Funded, and learn the application secrets of multi-award winners to prepare a competitive application to fully funded Ph.D. and master’s programs and full funding awards, like a Fulbright, Pickering, Payne or Soros Fellowship. I have many success stories from my pilot program last year! Spots will be limited. Download the free Directory of Fully Funded Graduate Programs and Full Funding Awards to get on the VIP list and be the first to know about Fully Funded when enrollment is open!

Best of luck in your quest for full funding!

Dr. Vicki Johnson is Founder and CEO of ProFellow, the world’s leading online resource for professional and academic fellowships. She is a four-time fellow, top Ph.D. scholar, Fulbright recipient and an award-winning social entrepreneur.

Download ProFellow’s FREE Directory of Fully Funded Graduate Programs and Full Funding Awards here.

© Victorian John 2020, all rights reserved

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Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 15 by Lightp: 4:05pm On Feb 15
ayitty:


Thank you. I forced him to do so but he is just lazy and wants me to spoon feed him

He is not ready then. This is not an easy process, if he wants it, he must be ready to go for it. Trust me SARS never harass am before, if they do nobody will force him to sit up and do the needful.

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Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 15 by Lightp: 4:11pm On Feb 15
Kolping:
5 Reasons Why You Should Not Pay for Graduate School Out of Pocket
Feb 13, 2020
https://www.profellow.com/tips/5-reasons-why-you-should-not-pay-for-graduate-school-out-of-pocket/

By ProFellow Founder, Dr. Vicki Johnson

Many people come to ProFellow seeking information on funding awards for graduate school, including students already enrolled and racking up debt, or people aspiring to enter graduate school who are put off by the high cost and huge risk of taking out loans.

Well I’m about to tell you a big secret. You CAN achieve a high-quality master’s or doctoral degree without the financial risk. Here are 5 reasons why you should not pay for graduate school out of your own pocket or through taking on student debt.

1. There are hundreds of high-quality fully funded graduate programs, as well as full funding awards, to achieve a Ph.D. or master’s degree
When I was first considering pursuing a graduate degree in my 20’s, I made the mistake of searching the internet for “scholarships” to fund a master’s or doctoral degree. Even if I had used the word “fellowships” in my search, I would have come up short. The majority of funding for graduate students to complete their degrees comes from the universities themselves. There are a good number of graduate programs offer their accepted students “full funding” – which means full tuition coverage and an annual stipend for living expenses for the duration of your studies! These funds usually come in the form of an Assistantship or Studentship, which is a part-time university employment opportunity exclusively for graduate students.

Unfortunately, early in my career I had no knowledge of “fully funded” graduate programs. I wanted to achieve a top graduate degree in Public Health but my choices of programs were limited to those I could “afford” (with loans!). I quickly ruled out a Ph.D. due to my assumptions about the cost of a 5-year program and in 2006, I completed a 1-year MSc in Public Health at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. Although this program was “cheaper” than comparable 2-year master’s programs in the U.S., I still had to take on five figures in student loans, work part-time in a call center while studying, and apply for an external research grant.

Fortunately, several years later in 2011, I was personally invited to apply to a PhD program at Massey University in New Zealand and was directly offered a “full funding” package – my full tuition covered and an annual stipend of $25,000 per year! It was during this late period in my career that I discovered the world of fully funded graduate programs! I discovered there were many more graduate programs like this one offering full funding to their accepted students.

To further ProFellow’s mission of helping people discover funding opportunities for graduate school, I created a FREE Directory of Fully Funded Graduate Programs and Full Funding Awards listing more than 500 fully funded Ph.D. and master’s programs and full funding awards in more than 40 disciplines. Get the FREE Directory here!

2. Being saddled with student debt from graduate school will be more detrimental to your career than having no graduate degree
I’ve discovered that most readers of ProFellow.com are working in the social impact sector – public service, non-profits, teaching, STEM, journalism, public health, creative arts, advocacy, philanthropy and social entrepreneurship. A career in social impact can provide purpose and meaning to our lives, but unfortunately, it doesn’t always provide the financial compensation necessary to afford tens to hundreds of thousands of dollars in graduate school tuition and living expenses.

If you intend to pursue a graduate degree to advance your career in social impact, you may find yourself at a disappointing crossroads when faced with the decision of how you will pay down your student debt. You may find yourself pursuing a salary, rather than pursuing your calling. At this juncture, you wouldn’t be the first person to conclude that those years you spent dedicated to a graduate degree would have been better spent on professional and volunteer pursuits in your career field.

If you can achieve full funding for your graduate degree, you can use that degree to pursue the career that you want, not the job you need to pay off your debt.

3. Completing your graduate degree debt-free makes the time commitment and opportunity cost of pursuing a graduate degree less risky
When considering graduate school, we all have to consider if it is worthwhile to stop working to achieve a degree. The pursuit of a full-time graduate degree will be a major or total reduction in your salary for the duration of your studies. However, if you receive full funding, including full tuition coverage and a modest stipend for living expenses, you will be in a much better position financially than if you have little to no salary PLUS tens to hundreds of thousands of dollars in accruing student debt.

If you receive full tuition coverage and an annual stipend that is manageable for your living expenses, the time commitment of a degree and the opportunity cost of lost wages and time away from work will be a lot less imposing. Get the FREE Directory of Fully Funded Graduate Programs and Full Funding Awards to discover these programs!

4. The type and discipline of your graduate degree will have little to no impact on your career success
If you’re eyeing mid- to senior-level positions that require or prefer a master’s or doctoral degree, you might assume that you have to achieve a graduate degree in a specific discipline to be a strong candidate for those jobs. But have you ever noticed that job descriptions often ask for a graduate degree in specific disciplines “or a related discipline”? There is a HUGE amount of flexibility in that word “related”. Most jobs with graduate degree requirements just want to check the box that you have a graduate degree. In fact, as long as you can demonstrate in your job applications and interview that what you studied or researched is relevant and useful to the job you are applying to, the actual discipline of your degree matters little.

Therefore, if student debt is a concern, I would encourage you to exclusively pursue degree programs that are fully funded in a related discipline, rather than a degree in a popular discipline that is not funded. In the free Directory of Fully Funded Graduate Programs and Full Funding Awards you can discover 500+ fully funded programs and awards in more than 40 disciplines!

That said, the reputation of your graduate school degree can matter. Online graduate programs offered by for-profit and non-competitive universities will often tout that they are “more affordable” than your on-campus options, because the credits are cheaper, they can be done remotely and can be finished part-time at your own pace. But buyer beware – graduate programs that accept anyone with a credit card can be virtually worthless in the professional world and ANY graduate degree that you have to pay for out-of-pocket is ultimately more expensive than a fully funded graduate program.

Beyond the reputation of your graduate program, there are other factors that have much more impact on your career success: your expertise, skills and professional network. The higher you go in your career, the more likely you will be hired through a referral. Therefore, the growth and quality of your professional network (sustained through hard work and the positive recognition of your skills, expertise and attitude) are what land you top jobs. Keep that in mind when you consider investing tens to thousands of dollars into a graduate degree.

5. You can get support through ProFellow to apply to graduate school and develop a competitive application – you don’t have to do this alone!
It’s true that applying to graduate school and earning acceptance is challenging, whether or not you are applying to a program that is fully funded. Many fully funded programs have a less than 10% acceptance rate! But there are many ways you can strengthen your application and give yourself an edge over other top candidates. And you don’t have to do this alone! First, be sure to join ProFellow Academy, which is a FREE online advising platform where we share articles, free short courses and tips on the application process. Thousands have joined this platform to ask me questions directly and get access to special content.

Also, starting in March 2020, you can join my new online course and mentorship program, Fully Funded, and learn the application secrets of multi-award winners to prepare a competitive application to fully funded Ph.D. and master’s programs and full funding awards, like a Fulbright, Pickering, Payne or Soros Fellowship. I have many success stories from my pilot program last year! Spots will be limited. Download the free Directory of Fully Funded Graduate Programs and Full Funding Awards to get on the VIP list and be the first to know about Fully Funded when enrollment is open!

Best of luck in your quest for full funding!

Dr. Vicki Johnson is Founder and CEO of ProFellow, the world’s leading online resource for professional and academic fellowships. She is a four-time fellow, top Ph.D. scholar, Fulbright recipient and an award-winning social entrepreneur.

Download ProFellow’s FREE Directory of Fully Funded Graduate Programs and Full Funding Awards here.

© Victorian John 2020, all rights reserved

Not every course offer full ride. I have seen the list and my course lol, you hardly see full ride for masters program which you must do first before thinking about Ph.D. well it's not impossible. If you can get a full ride go for it.

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Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 15 by Brown2Green(m): 5:32pm On Feb 15
POP2CECI:
Good day fams.

Please help review my schools and assist with more schools with funding or low tuition fees.

CGPA: 4.78/5
GRE: 298
B.Sc. Information Technology
Proposed Course: M.Sc. Data Science

I already applied to University of Central Florida and George Washington University.


Thanks!

Nice GPA. Though your GRE does not match the weight your GPA carries.
Execept I have a deep pocket I would try to avoid direct courses in Data Science, Business Analytics and Cybersecurity. There is very little history of funnding coming from those fields. What I advise candidates is to rather consider Computer Science, then major in data science.
Computer science has an impressive level of funding history btw.

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Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 15 by Futuragetty: 7:00pm On Feb 15
Dprinz45:
Hello All
Plan going to Spartan college of Aeronautics and Technology for my Associates degree and commercial pilot license..
Program is 18 months and I honestly don't know the how to go about with the visa..
Don't have any degree but left High school about 6 years back..
The school doesn't need SAT but I don't know if the embassy will require that..
Is there anyone here that has gotten a commercial pilot license?
Will really appreciate your input on how to go about it...
6 Years gap before College is really much. Be ready to explain what you have been doing since graduating high school. And you didn't even take any test at all.
Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 15 by fideliajohn(f): 1:04am On Feb 16
What are the chances of securing a Visa for Master's Degree in Human resources Management?

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Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 15 by Dprinz45: 4:23am On Feb 16
Futuragetty:

6 Years gap before College is really much. Be ready to explain what you have been doing since graduating high school. And you didn't even take any test at all.

Wanted to go to Germany
Tried and got rejected
Have attended Goethe institute where I got German language diploma..
I've also worked in tech hubs too as intern..





Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 15 by alexohams2000(m): 5:27am On Feb 16
Hello House, Who is in UTSA, St. Mary's University, or any of the San Antonio, Texas, Universities?
Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 15 by alexohams2000(m): 5:30am On Feb 16
The chances are as high as any other course and as low as same. In other words, it all depends on how prepared you are, having the right documents, and then grace!








fideliajohn:
What are the chances of securing a Visa for Master's Degree in Human resources Management?
Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 15 by alexohams2000(m): 5:32am On Feb 16
Lightp:


Not every course offer full ride. I have seen the list and my course lol, you hardly see full ride for masters program which you must do first before thinking about Ph.D. well it's not impossible. If you can get a full ride go for it.




With great gpa and test score, there are many full rides for Masters brother. All you need is dedicate your time and search for schools

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Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 15 by sirtee54: 8:41am On Feb 16
Hello all,

Kindly help me review my credentials.
I'm applying to Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University for MSc Soil and Water
Cgpa 4.73/5.00 ( WES evaluation ongoing although the school requires 3.0/4.0)
Toefl 87 (80 required by the school)
GRE 295 (Most courses in the school requires 300 but I did not see the required score for my proposed course. However, I could only read that GRE score is required for admission)

The school is waiting for my evaluated transcript before a decision can be reached. Is it possible I get the admission with such GRE sore?
Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 15 by lordeoregon: 9:42am On Feb 16
fideliajohn:
What are the chances of securing a Visa for Master's Degree in Human resources Management?

I remember a VO asking a lady ahead of me, "why would an international student pay thousands of $$$ for a master's degree in human resources mgt?". Most HR folks simply enrol for the CIPD certification.

Coming to Yankee on the F-1 visa for a non-STEM degree right now is virtually pointless, unless you got excellent funding from your program. That 12 months OPT flies by really fast....

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Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 15 by lordeoregon: 9:49am On Feb 16
sirtee54:
Hello all,

Kindly help me review my credentials.
I'm applying to Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University for MSc Soil and Water
Cgpa 4.73/5.00 ( WES evaluation ongoing although the school requires 3.0/4.0)
Toefl 87 (80 required by the school)
GRE 295 (Most courses in the school requires 300 but I did not see the required score for my proposed course. However, I could only read that GRE score is required for admission)

The school is waiting for my evaluated transcript before a decision can be reached. Is it possible I get the admission with such GRE sore?

Admission shouldn't be the concern, getting funding in your program with these scores would depend on the profile of other applicants and available funds. Good luck!
Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 15 by sirtee54: 10:30am On Feb 16
lordeoregon:


Admission shouldn't be the concern, getting funding in your program with these scores would depend on the profile of other applicants and available funds. Good luck!


Actually I've a funding secured. My uni in Nigeria here has MOU with the school, I'll be going on scholarship. I just need an admission letter

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Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 15 by Fowler12345: 4:57pm On Feb 16
pls I want to ask house please help. I was denied Visa last year but I want to retry this year again but to another school. I heard sevis fee is valid for one year. And my sevis fee is still valid because I paid last December. can I still use the sevis fee for another school that I want to retry this year ? so I wont pay another sevis fee this year ? Thanks
Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 15 by Pefuele(m): 5:21pm On Feb 16
Fowler12345:
pls I want to ask house please help. I was denied Visa last year but I want to retry this year again but to another school. I heard sevis fee is valid for one year. And my sevis fee is still valid because I paid last December. can I still use the sevis fee for another school that I want to retry this year ? so I wont pay another sevis fee this year ? Thanks

Yes, you can but you will have to transfer your SEVIS fee from the previous school to the new school. Visit fmjfee.com to transfer your SEVIS fee. You will need the SEVIS ID of both schools and the school codes. You dn't have to pay another SEVIS fee since it will expire December 2020.

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Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 15 by Chimaobieustace: 6:00pm On Feb 16
Good day everyone. I wanted to know if the TOEFL result I printed from the result page is okay for interview at the embassy. Or would I need to order the hard copy of my Test Scores from TOEFL. Pls I'd really appreciate if anyone can respond asap, thank you.
Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 15 by Ifesinachi22(m): 7:34pm On Feb 16
Good evening everyone.

Please am about sending my documents to WES. I want to ask please, which company is best in sending documents?
Good reputation and fast delivery.
How much do they charge sending documents to US from Nigeria.
And how long does it take to deliver.

Please your urgent response is highly anticipated for an informed decision.

God bless all of us
Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 15 by solihp(f): 8:51pm On Feb 16
Chimaobieustace:
Good day everyone. I wanted to know if the TOEFL result I printed from the result page is okay for interview at the embassy. Or would I need to order the hard copy of my Test Scores from TOEFL. Pls I'd really appreciate if anyone can respond asap, thank you.

Yes the printed one from the result page is fine
Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 15 by DBlessedofGod: 8:54pm On Feb 16
Good evening
Pls I want to find out if anyone here or who knows anyone studying for MSc marketing. Just want to be sure it doesn't look fishy cos I really need the degree at my place of work here in Nigeria.

Pls someone, anyone.

Note: I have 7 years experience in marketing but have a science background hence the need for a graduate degree in marketing
Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 15 by Ifesinachi22(m): 9:06pm On Feb 16
Ifesinachi22:
Good evening everyone.

Please am about sending my documents to WES. I want to ask please, which company is best in sending documents?
Good reputation and fast delivery.
How much do they charge sending documents to US from Nigeria.
And how long does it take to deliver.

Please your urgent response is highly anticipated for an informed decision.

God bless all of us

Can someone attend to this please
Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 15 by alexohams2000(m): 9:45pm On Feb 16
Ifesinachi22:
Good evening everyone.

Please am about sending my documents to WES. I want to ask please, which company is best in sending documents?
Good reputation and fast delivery.
How much do they charge sending documents to US from Nigeria.
And how long does it take to deliver.

Please your urgent response is highly anticipated for an informed decision.

God bless all of us






DHL is good and the most commonly used in Nigeria, followed by UPS, arguably (USPS is cheapest but unfortunately 'not working independently' in Nigeria). The cost depends on the weight and location of the document you are sending. But usually 13k to 22k. Again, it depends on the weight of the parcel, where you are sending to/from, and how soon you want it delivered.

Hope this helps

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