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Re: General-german-student-visa-enquiries Part 8 by kenzo38: 4:34pm On Aug 30, 2020
ransoul:

yes please

What course ? lets relate
Re: General-german-student-visa-enquiries Part 8 by ghettonews: 7:04pm On Aug 30, 2020
Guys today is Monday and I believe today we will officially hear from the embassy

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Re: General-german-student-visa-enquiries Part 8 by aofrank(m): 8:39pm On Aug 30, 2020
Hello house, I'm about to apply for a MSc program summer semester at university of Koblenz-Landau which I believe starts by April 2021, for those in Germany, please is Koblenz a good city to study and work. And I'll appreciate personal contact of anyone in that school.
Re: General-german-student-visa-enquiries Part 8 by OreoPaschal(m): 11:29pm On Aug 30, 2020
Diorl:
Hello everyone and Happy Sunday to y'all.
I'm in need of clarification on this issue. I made findings on the differences between University of Applied Sciences and Universität/Technical Universities in Germany for Masters program and I found out that the formal doesn't seem to prepare one for research study like the latter and they also focus more on practical than theory. Does this mean attending Uni. Of Applied Sciences is a waste of time for someone who wishes to pursue a Doctoral program eventually?

How easy will it be to obtain a Ph.d admission into a Technical University with a Masters degree qualification from a university of Applied Sciences?
In essence, won't the awarded certificate be subjected to discrimination both home and abroad? (because as I found out, it's more a less a vocational college in Nigeria)

..or it's not as bad as I think?

I don't think it has anything to do with PhD. The difference is just like University of Technology and Ordinary University; just in the case of Nigeria. Whichever way, you can still apply and be selected for your PhD if you decided to further your studies.

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Re: General-german-student-visa-enquiries Part 8 by harday27: 11:45pm On Aug 30, 2020
promisengr:
Please I need some information about making international transfer for the payment and blocked account.
I tried yesterday at the banks but there's serious shortage of foreign exchange.
I need guidance on how to go about making the payment. Thanks

If apart from block account, if you need to pay for enrollment and some little things, I can help you from here, you can always send msg.
Re: General-german-student-visa-enquiries Part 8 by bobbybiggs(m): 7:21am On Aug 31, 2020
For those that have received letters of presence, what did you do with it?

I have had the letter of presence with me for about 2 weeks now and no appointment date yet.

The contact form page does not allow for document upload.

Did any of you send it to the embassy by email?

If yes, what is the email of the Lagos embassy? rk-visa105@lago.diplo.de or info@lago.diplo.de ?

Has anyone who tried the above gotten any response yet?

Thanks

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Re: General-german-student-visa-enquiries Part 8 by janettee(f): 9:08am On Aug 31, 2020
Diorl:
Hello everyone and Happy Sunday to y'all.
I'm in need of clarification on this issue. I made findings on the differences between University of Applied Sciences and Universität/Technical Universities in Germany for Masters program and I found out that the formal doesn't seem to prepare one for research study like the latter and they also focus more on practical than theory. Does this mean attending Uni. Of Applied Sciences is a waste of time for someone who wishes to pursue a Doctoral program eventually?

How easy will it be to obtain a Ph.d admission into a Technical University with a Masters degree qualification from a university of Applied Sciences?
In essence, won't the awarded certificate be subjected to discrimination both home and abroad? (because as I found out, it's more a less a vocational college in Nigeria)

..or it's not as bad as I think?

If you want to do PhD, go to a University otherwise go to a University of Applied Sciences.


If you are in IT, it doesn't really matter tbh but in other courses some companies prefer university graduates over those who attended University of Applied Science.

It depends on what you want to do in the future after studying.

https://www.academics.de/ratgeber/promovieren-fh-fachhochschule

You can use Google translate to read the article but if you really want to do PhD, I will advise you not to go to a University of Applied Science.
Re: General-german-student-visa-enquiries Part 8 by janettee(f): 9:21am On Aug 31, 2020
OreoPaschal:


I don't think it has anything to do with PhD. The difference is just like University of Technology and Ordinary University; just in the case of Nigeria. Whichever way, you can still apply and be selected for your PhD if you decided to further your studies.

It's not like in Nigeria and yes it has everything to do with PhD. In Germany you have Technical Universities(TU9 for example), normal Universities and then Universities of Applied Science.


If you are not interested in PhD, then simply go to a University of Applied Science. Universities in Germany are meant to educate future researchers, University of Applied Science aren't set up like that cause it's more practical than research based hence why it's hard to be accepted into a PhD program after going to a University of Applied Science.


A degree in a University would take you 3 years, whereas in a University of Applied Science, it's 4 years.


Also, if you did your BSc in a german University of Applied Science and want to do your masters in a normal University, you will see that in most cases you will be required to write an aptitude test or you will be rejected because you didn't do the required courses in your Bsc.

If you attend a Studienkolleg in a University of Applied Science, you are only required to apply to Universities of Applied Science afterwards.

University graduates are also paid more, although the difference isn't that much.

There's a whole lot of difference, if you research deeper. It really depends on what you want to study because in IT for example, most people would want to work after their masters so it doesn't really matter.



https://www.studycheck.de/ratgeber-studium/uni-vs-fh

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Re: General-german-student-visa-enquiries Part 8 by IceColdVeins(m): 9:50am On Aug 31, 2020
you people ehn undecided
ghettonews:
Guys today is Monday and I believe today we will officially hear from the embassy

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Re: General-german-student-visa-enquiries Part 8 by Revman: 10:38am On Aug 31, 2020
janettee:


It's not like in Nigeria and yes it has everything to do with PhD. In Germany you have Technical Universities(TU9 for example), normal Universities and then Universities of Applied Science.


If you are not interested in PhD, then simply go to a University of Applied Science. Universities in Germany are meant to educate future researchers, University of Applied Science aren't set up like that cause it's more practical than research based hence why it's hard to be accepted into a PhD program after going to a University of Applied Science.


A degree in a University would take you 3 years, whereas in a University of Applied Science, it's 4 years.


Also, if you did your BSc in a german University of Applied Science and want to do your masters in a normal University, you will see that in most cases you will be required to write an aptitude test or you will be rejected because you didn't do the required courses in your Bsc.

If you attend a Studienkolleg in a University of Applied Science, you are only required to apply to Universities of Applied Science afterwards.

University graduates are also paid more, although the difference isn't that much.

There's a whole lot of difference, if you research deeper. It really depends on what you want to study because in IT for example, most people would want to work after their masters so it doesn't really matter.



https://www.studycheck.de/ratgeber-studium/uni-vs-fh
Wow, thanks for this clarification.
Re: General-german-student-visa-enquiries Part 8 by oluchioparah7: 1:38pm On Aug 31, 2020
Pleaseeeeeeeee which of the resident permit do they need? Temporary or Permanent. I
Larryhillz28:
If you don’t have a benin republic immigration issued resident permit please do no bother going there for interview.... I just came back to Lagos from Cotonou... me and one other Nigerian boy was not even interviewed because we didn’t have it...

If you see how empty the visa section was, I wept cos they had so much space that no body was applying except me and the two Nigerian boys...

But here in Nigeria no dates... it’s a pity...
I pleaded with the VO to ask the Nigerian embassy to give exceptions to those who have letter of presence but he said he couldn’t because they work independently.... he checked my documents and said I was very prepared and in fact I was... but the permit was the only document I lacked...

Well I came back peacefully to wait for a miracle meanwhile I’ll expand my business as I wait...
Re: General-german-student-visa-enquiries Part 8 by Ykhgu1: 3:51pm On Aug 31, 2020
European University Flensburg.... who else is heading there. Check ur mail my Admission letter just dropped by 11.30am ..
Re: General-german-student-visa-enquiries Part 8 by Ykhgu1: 3:52pm On Aug 31, 2020
aofrank:
Hello house, I'm about to apply for a MSc program summer semester at university of Koblenz-Landau which I believe starts by April 2021, for those in Germany, please is Koblenz a good city to study and work. And I'll appreciate personal contact of anyone in that school.

Please is the portal open now for Summer intake?
Re: General-german-student-visa-enquiries Part 8 by Chriswazo(m): 7:38pm On Aug 31, 2020
Good evening everyone.

I have Euros for sell, especially for those trying to block account.

Price relatively cheaper to NGA.

Please this not for everyone, I know the risks involved and the apprehension that always come with it.
I have transacted for some people here, please do not pm if u no get trust and mind.

Tschüss
Re: General-german-student-visa-enquiries Part 8 by iretiogo1: 8:04pm On Aug 31, 2020
Chriswazo:
Good evening everyone.

I have Euros for sell, especially for those trying to block account.

Price relatively cheaper to NGA.

Please this not for everyone, I know the risks involved and the apprehension that always come with it.
I have transacted for some people here, please do not pm if u no get trust and mind.

Tschüss
what is your rate and how much do you have
Re: General-german-student-visa-enquiries Part 8 by Easthood5(m): 8:29pm On Aug 31, 2020
You going for Bs or Ms I've sent you a pm.




Ykhgu1:
European University Flensburg.... who else is heading there. Check ur mail my Admission letter just dropped by 11.30am ..
Re: General-german-student-visa-enquiries Part 8 by Diorl: 9:23pm On Aug 31, 2020
OreoPaschal:


I don't think it has anything to do with PhD. The difference is just like University of Technology and Ordinary University; just in the case of Nigeria. Whichever way, you can still apply and be selected for your PhD if you decided to further your studies.
Oh..thanks for this. I appreciate.
Re: General-german-student-visa-enquiries Part 8 by Diorl: 9:32pm On Aug 31, 2020
janettee:


If you want to do PhD, go to a University otherwise go to a University of Applied Sciences.


If you are in IT, it doesn't really matter tbh but in other courses some companies prefer university graduates over those who attended University of Applied Science.

It depends on what you want to do in the future after studying.

https://www.academics.de/ratgeber/promovieren-fh-fachhochschule

You can use Google translate to read the article but if you really want to do PhD, I will advise you not to go to a University of Applied Science.
Many thanks. The attached link really provided in depth explanation on it. Thanks for taking your time to help a brother out.
Re: General-german-student-visa-enquiries Part 8 by Ykhgu1: 2:36am On Sep 01, 2020
Easthood5:
You going for Bs or Ms I've sent you a pm.





Yes Bachelor's. Did you apply to the school? Hope you were admitted??
Re: General-german-student-visa-enquiries Part 8 by Finiks: 4:34am On Sep 01, 2020
janettee:


It's not like in Nigeria and yes it has everything to do with PhD. In Germany you have Technical Universities(TU9 for example), normal Universities and then Universities of Applied Science.


If you are not interested in PhD, then simply go to a University of Applied Science. Universities in Germany are meant to educate future researchers, University of Applied Science aren't set up like that cause it's more practical than research based hence why it's hard to be accepted into a PhD program after going to a University of Applied Science.


A degree in a University would take you 3 years, whereas in a University of Applied Science, it's 4 years.


Also, if you did your BSc in a german University of Applied Science and want to do your masters in a normal University, you will see that in most cases you will be required to write an aptitude test or you will be rejected because you didn't do the required courses in your Bsc.

If you attend a Studienkolleg in a University of Applied Science, you are only required to apply to Universities of Applied Science afterwards.

University graduates are also paid more, although the difference isn't that much.

There's a whole lot of difference, if you research deeper. It really depends on what you want to study because in IT for example, most people would want to work after their masters so it doesn't really matter.



https://www.studycheck.de/ratgeber-studium/uni-vs-fh


Thanks so much for this.
Re: General-german-student-visa-enquiries Part 8 by SOLARPOWER1: 5:00am On Sep 01, 2020
Chriswazo:
Good evening everyone.

I have Euros for sell, especially for those trying to block account.

Price relatively cheaper to NGA.

Please this not for everyone, I know the risks involved and the apprehension that always come with it.
I have transacted for some people here, please do not pm if u no get trust and mind.

Tschüss

Who would be the first to transfer? You or the client?
Re: General-german-student-visa-enquiries Part 8 by starboychan: 5:56am On Sep 01, 2020
Egungun be careful ooo

The guy na red flag

SOLARPOWER1:


Who would be the first to transfer? You or the client?
Re: General-german-student-visa-enquiries Part 8 by calisy555(f): 11:15am On Sep 01, 2020
Hello, house, I filled health insurance form with Mawista but the insurance certificate they sent me is bearing my address as duteshland instead of Nigeria even though I filled my address as Nigeria. please is it right to submit the document that way for enrollment?
Re: General-german-student-visa-enquiries Part 8 by Fatalveli(m): 11:27am On Sep 01, 2020
calisy555:
Hello, house, I filled health insurance form with Mawista but the insurance certificate they sent me is bearing my address as duteshland instead of Nigeria even though I filled my address as Nigeria. please is it right to submit the document that way for enrollment?
It has been stated that you can only apply if you have an address in Germany

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