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Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by tolukunle: 12:53pm On Jul 13, 2020
uchman:
After Just.wise' posted yesterday, everybody come run away...
No be like that my people, make we still dey free abeg, he no dey bite person.

Please my questions are...

What model of cars are Vietmese using I.e Toyota, Honda, Nissan, Mercedes or others?

Is there market for Used automobiles and parts?

What kind of resident visa do Viet issue, does it have anywhere it will help someone to easily emigrate to countries like Australia, Canada and likes?

Can someone come to Viet with ones family I.e wife and kid?

@ Whyna and azubix
Thanks for your time cry

Pls give a response to this.
Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by WhyNa: 2:20pm On Jul 13, 2020
tolukunle:


Pls give a response to this.

I'm not into cars. Till date, I don't even know the name of the car my father drives

I've heard of people who went to other countries from here. However, I can only speak for what I'm very sure of

Yes you can come with your family. Na your money

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Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by azubix(m): 3:52pm On Jul 13, 2020
WhyNa:

It's not been easy jare. Been really busy
It's well. It's for good na.
Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by VirusOO7(m): 5:21pm On Jul 14, 2020
tolukunle:


Pls give a response to this.

Please ma, where do you recommend we get a medical report when the time comes of course?
Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by WhyNa: 1:02am On Jul 15, 2020
VirusOO7:


Please ma, where do you recommend we get a medical report when the time comes of course?

I got mine from LUTH but I think any hospital is fine as long as all details and tests are clearly stated
Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by tolukunle: 1:40am On Jul 15, 2020
@whyna I sent you email msgs but there's been no response from you. Kindly check your mail.
Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by Coolberry: 6:06pm On Jul 15, 2020
azubix:


It's well. It's for good na.

Hey man. How is the process going?
Found any cheaper school yet?
Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by azubix(m): 7:19pm On Jul 15, 2020
WhyNa:
Schooling


On the issue of schooling, I do not know much and cannot authoritatively speak on it. However, some days ago, someone mentioned a particular school was looking to accept foreign students as a way to integrate and help their student learn English better.

She mentioned it's a four year course in either E-commerce or business infotech and it comes with a part time job. it's also ridiculously cheap. I think it's not up to $2000 for the four years. I can't remember.

I don't know if links are accepted so here's a screenshot. Go to the website, read through, send mails and get more info.

On this note, please don't DM me asking for information that is already on this thread. Please. It's not me snubbing. I take out time and my heart and write these things only for people not to read but come inbox like VVIP and request same info. Please understand.

If there is a question that wasn't answered on the school's website, then you can post questions here and I'll ask the lady. Her guy teaches there so the info would be accurate but first, check it out and see if it's something you'd like to embark on

If I haven't replied your mail yet, I'll get to it in time as I have tons of messages

Good news and bad news.

I am in severe pain right now.

@WhyNa told us of this school some weeks ago, I don't know how many that reached out to them. It's a very great place to study.

I reached out to the and they said they needed 20 to 30 foreign African students to study for Bsc for free. The reason it's free is because they want them to integrate with the Vietnamese students and help them with their English speaking skill.

Unfortunately, I was disqualified due to age, that's the bad news. They need youths who are below 24 years.

According to then, you will have part time jobs and will also be doing paid internships every year.

For enrolment, you will send your WAEC Certificate, Transcript, birth certificate and international passport.

It's free but you will be paying for admission and visa processing which is about $2,500 to $3,000.

This is their first time admitting foreign students so as many as can should grab this opportunity.

Please don't ask me for their email, just visit their website and you will see their email address. Send them a mail. Also, please don't send me a DM concerning this, just search for edx university and look for their email.

For those above 24, e don be. lol. I begged and they said it's a pity.

Udo diri anyi.

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Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by azubix(m): 7:21pm On Jul 15, 2020
Coolberry:


Hey man. How is the process going?
Found any cheaper school yet?

My brother not yet oh. The one you talked about seems they don't accept international students. Please do you have any recommendation?
Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by Coolberry: 7:34pm On Jul 15, 2020
azubix:


My brother not yet oh. The one you talked about seems they don't accept international students. Please do you have any recommendation?

Really? What exactly did they say?

My friend confirmed today. $1000 for undergrad, $700 for masters, $1150 for PhD.

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Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by Goddys(m): 10:05pm On Jul 15, 2020
azubix:


Good news and bad news.

I am in severe pain right now.

@WhyNa told us of this school some weeks ago, I don't know how many that reached out to them. It's a very great place to study.

I reached out to the and they said they needed 20 to 30 foreign African students to study for Bsc for free. The reason it's free is because they want them to integrate with the Vietnamese students and help them with their English speaking skill.

Unfortunately, I was disqualified due to age, that's the bad news. They need youths who are below 24 years.

According to then, you will have part time jobs and will also be doing paid internships every year.

For enrolment, you will send your WAEC Certificate, Transcript, birth certificate and international passport.

It's free but you will be paying for admission and visa processing which is about $2,500 to $3,000.

This is their first time admitting foreign students so as many as can should grab this opportunity.

Please don't ask me for their email, just visit their website and you will see their email address. Send them a mail. Also, please don't send me a DM concerning this, just search for edx university and look for their email.

For those above 24, e don be. lol. I begged and they said it's a pity.

Udo diri anyi.
Don't be too excited. Normal undergraduate programme in a well recognised national university in Vietnam is between $4000-$6000.

Google about the school. From their website, it appears they are all concerned about happiness and have an insignificant number of students. No university ranking. Website is very colorful and appears unfit for formal place of learning.

And the part time job placement may not fetch up to $100 monthly and It is compulsory for students to partake in those internships.

My advice is for people to enter good school in Vietnam so that they can have opportunity to teach part time. From research, vietnam is a poor country compare to Hong Kong. So going on formal internship placement may not fetch good money like that
Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by azubix(m): 10:22pm On Jul 15, 2020
Coolberry:


Really? What exactly did they say?

My friend confirmed today. $1000 for undergrad, $700 for masters, $1150 for PhD.

Wao, I didn't really send them a mail. I just went through their website. Maybe I should email them instead.
Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by azubix(m): 10:23pm On Jul 15, 2020
Goddys:

Don't be too excited. Normal undergraduate programme in a well recognised national university in Vietnam is between $4000-$6000.

Google about the school. From their website, it appears they are all concerned about happiness and have an insignificant number of students. No university ranking. Website is very colorful and appears unfit for formal place of learning.

And the part time job placement may not fetch up to $100 monthly and It is compulsory for students to partake in those internships.

My advice is for people to enter good school in Vietnam so that they can have opportunity to teach part time. From research, vietnam is a poor country compare to Hong Kong. So going on formal internship placement may not fetch good money like that

That's really a valid point.
Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by azubix(m): 10:27pm On Jul 15, 2020
Please all this schools that request for money to process visa, is that way it's done? I thought when you pay your tuition fee THE SCHOOL SHOULD PROCESS THE VISA AT THE IMMIGRATION FOR YOU while you pay for visa stamp at the embassy.

Some school are cheap but will require you to pay almost $2000 to process visa. Am wondering if that is right.
Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by Nobody: 9:38am On Jul 16, 2020
azubix:
Please all this schools that request for money to process visa, is that way it's done? I thought when you pay your tuition fee THE SCHOOL SHOULD PROCESS THE VISA AT THE IMMIGRATION FOR YOU while you pay for visa stamp at the embassy.

Some school are cheap but will require you to pay almost $2000 to process visa. Am wondering if that is right.

Have you tried this list of schools, these schools are globally accredited.

- Vietnam Japan University

- Vietnam France University (aka University of Science and Technology of Hanoi)

- RMIT Vietnam

- British University Vietnam

- Vietnamese-German University

- Fulbright University Vietnam

There are some good Vietnamese public and private universities that are offering cheap tuition fees but I'm not sure that they are accepting international students.

For example:
Ton Duc Thang University
Vietnam National University, Ho Chi Minh City
VNUHCM - University of Technology
VNUHCM - International University
Vietnam National University, Hanoi
Hanoi University of Science and Technology

btw, I am Vietnamese and I am not an agent.

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Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by otopxy: 10:06am On Jul 16, 2020
millionstars:


Have you tried this list of schools, these schools are globally accredited.

- Vietnam Japan University

- Vietnam France University (aka University of Science and Technology of Hanoi)

- RMIT Vietnam

- British University Vietnam

- Vietnamese-German University

- Fulbright University Vietnam

There is some good Vietnamese public and private universities that are offering cheap tuition fees but I'm not sure that they are accepting international students.

For example:
Ton Duc Thang University
Vietnam National University, Ho Chi Minh City
VNUHCM - University of Technology
VNUHCM - International University
Vietnam National University, Hanoi
Hanoi University of Science and Technology

btw, I am Vietnamese and I am not an agent.



You mean you are now a citizen of Vietnam?

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Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by Nobody: 10:34am On Jul 16, 2020
otopxy:



You mean you are now a citizen of Vietnam?

No. Vietnamese blood is in my vein but my family has immigrated to EU since my childhood. My best friend is Nigerian. He introduced me this forum. I don't know much about Vietnam either. I came here just to know what Vietnam looks like, especially in the eyes of Nigerians. I also know a little about Vietnamese language and the country of Vietnam.

I also plan to attend a student exchange program in Vietnam. Therefore, I also know a little bit about universities in Vietnam

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Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by otopxy: 10:49am On Jul 16, 2020
millionstars:


No. Vietnamese blood is in my vein but my family has immigrated to EU since my childhood. My best friend is Nigerian. He introduced me this forum. I don't know much about Vietnam either. I came here just to know what Vietnam looks like, especially in the eyes of Nigerians. I also know a little about Vietnamese language and the country of Vietnam.

I also plan to attend a student exchange program in Vietnam. Therefore, I also know a little bit about universities in Vietnam

OK, you from which country?
Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by azubix(m): 1:42pm On Jul 16, 2020
otopxy:


OK, you from which country?

He said he is Vietnamese but his family migrated to EU. Read well na. Na joke I dey joke oh lol.
Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by azubix(m): 1:43pm On Jul 16, 2020
millionstars:


Have you tried this list of schools, these schools are globally accredited.

- Vietnam Japan University

- Vietnam France University (aka University of Science and Technology of Hanoi)

- RMIT Vietnam

- British University Vietnam

- Vietnamese-German University

- Fulbright University Vietnam

There are some good Vietnamese public and private universities that are offering cheap tuition fees but I'm not sure that they are accepting international students.

For example:
Ton Duc Thang University
Vietnam National University, Ho Chi Minh City
VNUHCM - University of Technology
VNUHCM - International University
Vietnam National University, Hanoi
Hanoi University of Science and Technology

btw, I am Vietnamese and I am not an agent.


Thanks so much for the input. Will research them further.
Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by Nobody: 3:20pm On Jul 16, 2020
azubix:


He said he is Vietnamese but his family migrated to EU. Read well na. Na joke I dey joke oh lol.

Thanks. But I am a girl.

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Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by Goddys(m): 3:20pm On Jul 16, 2020
azubix:
Please all this schools that request for money to process visa, is that way it's done? I thought when you pay your tuition fee THE SCHOOL SHOULD PROCESS THE VISA AT THE IMMIGRATION FOR YOU while you pay for visa stamp at the embassy.

Some school are cheap but will require you to pay almost $2000 to process visa. Am wondering if that is right.

Which schools are you referring to) that request visa processing fee?
Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by Nobody: 3:24pm On Jul 16, 2020
otopxy:


OK, you from which country?

I live in central europe. I do not want to reveal my details. My friend introduced me to this forums. It doesn't mean that he knows I've created an account here. I don't want him to see my previous posts in here.

I think I will delete this account soon.

Nice to meet you all.

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Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by azubix(m): 4:04pm On Jul 16, 2020
millionstars:

Thanks. But I am a girl.
Oooooo. I see. Sorry about that.
Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by judecares1(m): 6:43pm On Jul 16, 2020
Thanks for this observation. I contacted this school last week and the guy in charge of recruiting international student is from Cameroon,I was told same thing but was scared if he might be a scammer,hence I decided not to make any down payment. What do you suggest? Should I go ahead and make the payment or forgot about it considering how we have lots of scammers over there


Goddys:

Don't be too excited. Normal undergraduate programme in a well recognised national university in Vietnam is between $4000-$6000.

Google about the school. From their website, it appears they are all concerned about happiness and have an insignificant number of students. No university ranking. Website is very colorful and appears unfit for formal place of learning.

And the part time job placement may not fetch up to $100 monthly and It is compulsory for students to partake in those internships.

My advice is for people to enter good school in Vietnam so that they can have opportunity to teach part time. From research, vietnam is a poor country compare to Hong Kong. So going on formal internship placement may not fetch good money like that
Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by judecares1(m): 6:44pm On Jul 16, 2020
Thanks for this observation. I contacted this school last week and the guy in charge of recruiting international student is from Cameroon,I was told same thing but was scared if he might be a scammer,hence I decided not to make any down payment. What do you suggest? Should I go ahead and make the payment or forgot about it considering how we have lots of scammers over there




azubix:


Good news and bad news.

I am in severe pain right now.

@WhyNa told us of this school some weeks ago, I don't know how many that reached out to them. It's a very great place to study.

I reached out to the and they said they needed 20 to 30 foreign African students to study for Bsc for free. The reason it's free is because they want them to integrate with the Vietnamese students and help them with their English speaking skill.

Unfortunately, I was disqualified due to age, that's the bad news. They need youths who are below 24 years.

According to then, you will have part time jobs and will also be doing paid internships every year.

For enrolment, you will send your WAEC Certificate, Transcript, birth certificate and international passport.

It's free but you will be paying for admission and visa processing which is about $2,500 to $3,000.

This is their first time admitting foreign students so as many as can should grab this opportunity.

Please don't ask me for their email, just visit their website and you will see their email address. Send them a mail. Also, please don't send me a DM concerning this, just search for edx university and look for their email.

For those above 24, e don be. lol. I begged and they said it's a pity.

Udo diri anyi.
Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by judecares1(m): 6:45pm On Jul 16, 2020
Thanks for this observation. I contacted this school last week and the guy in charge of recruiting international student is from Cameroon,I was told same thing but was scared if he might be a scammer,hence I decided not to make any down payment. What do you suggest? Should I go ahead and make the payment or forgot about it considering how we have lots of scammers over there




WhyNa:


I got mine from LUTH but I think any hospital is fine as long as all details and tests are clearly stated

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Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by Goddys(m): 7:42pm On Jul 16, 2020
judecares1:
Thanks for this observation. I contacted this school last week and the guy in charge of recruiting international student is from Cameroon,I was told same thing but was scared if he might be a scammer,hence I decided not to make any down payment. What do you suggest? Should I go ahead and make the payment or forgot about it considering how we have lots of scammers over there



Bro, I don't think Sebastein is a scammer but I won't advise you go to that school. It's not recognised under global university ranking.

The proposed curriculum is unclear to me and you will sign a contract to the effect you won't leave the school and enrol in another school until you graduate.

The crucial points I picked after conversing with him are:

*The school places students on an elongated internships and part time jobs. You may not determine how much your stipend may be since it's part of the academic programme. What if the school management reached an agreement with some firms to outsource their students for a fee to the school account which will automatically affect the student's stipend?

*You will pay between $2500-3000 for visa procurement but my understanding is that this is actually 50% tuition waiver if you go through the website where they listed tuition fee. I AM NOT SURE schools demand that much for visa processing. I THOUGHT school's assistance in processing of visa is automatic on the conditions of granting of admission and payment of tuition.

*A school without global ranking on google may not convince your future employer that the school is legit.

My opinion

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Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by WhyNa: 11:51pm On Jul 16, 2020
judecares1:

Thanks for this observation. I contacted this school last week and the guy in charge of recruiting international student is from Cameroon,I was told same thing but was scared if he might be a scammer,hence I decided not to make any down payment. What do you suggest? Should I go ahead and make the payment or forgot about it considering how we have lots of scammers over there





I don't know him personally, but his gal is a known person amongst blacks here. She makes our hair. They stay together and he's a lecturer at the school. They are Cameroonians. We all gist and chow together whenever I go there
Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by WhyNa: 11:56pm On Jul 16, 2020
Goddys:


Bro, I don't think Sebastein is a scammer but I won't advise you go to that school. It's not recognised under global university ranking.

The proposed curriculum is unclear to me and you will sign a contract to the effect you won't leave the school and enrol in another school until you graduate.

The crucial points I picked after conversing with him are:

*The school places students on an elongated internships and part time jobs. You may not determine how much your stipend may be since it's part of the academic programme. What if the school management reached an agreement with some firms to outsource their students for a fee to the school account which will automatically affect the student's stipend?

*You will pay between $2500-3000 for visa procurement but my understanding is that this is actually 50% tuition waiver if you go through the website where they listed tuition fee. I AM NOT SURE schools demand that much for visa processing. I THOUGHT school's assistance in processing of visa is automatic on the conditions of granting of admission and payment of tuition.

*A school without global ranking on google may not convince your future employer that the school is legit.

My opinion

Good research
Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by jpride(m): 12:27am On Jul 17, 2020


I live in central europe. I do not want to reveal my details. My friend introduced me to this forums. It doesn't mean that he knows I've created an account here. I don't want him to see my previous posts in here.

I think I will delete this account soon.

Nice to meet you all.

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Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by techjeff: 2:12pm On Jul 17, 2020
I live in central europe. I do not want to reveal my details. My friend introduced me to this forums. It doesn't mean that he knows I've created an account here. I don't want him to see my previous posts in here.

I think I will delete this account soon.

Nice to meet you all.


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