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Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by Chidike200: 12:24pm On Aug 11
WhyNa:
Sometime in 2019, I started nursing the idea of teaching English abroad.

I did a lot of research, lost a lot of sleep, penciled down and weighed my options. I was also lucky to meet a senior bro who towed the same line and is doing well. God bless him real good.

The first thing I found out was I was going to need an English certificate, preferably CELTA which was going to be a one month intensive course.

Only problem was....it would cost a fortune

Hello
I want get details about the Teaching English in Vietnam.
Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by Vision202: 1:50pm On Aug 13
Royadeveloper:
Good morning house. Please what's the fastest means of making payment to a Vietnamese school from Nigeria?

Please have you been able to make the payment? I'm also looking for the fastest means of making payment to a school?

Please anyone who knows how can be of help.

Thanks
Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by encryptjay(m): 10:35pm On Aug 13
WhyNa:
You all know this popular place?

Do you know the name?

Golden Bridge.
That's a masterpiece right there cheesy
Eating snails with their shells with cheese sauce? Hard call for me when I'm still uncertain about eating snails. grin

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Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by Raregem9000(m): 2:02pm On Aug 14
Good afternoon @All, please is it possible for someone with an evisa [tourist visa with a month validity] to secure a job before his/her visa expires? I see their evisa application is hassle free from what i read on their site. One doesn't need to visit the embassy or be interviewed by a consular. https://vietnamvisa-au.com/
Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by WhyNa: 12:33am On Aug 15
Vision202:


Please have you been able to make the payment? I'm also looking for the fastest means of making payment to a school?

Please anyone who knows how can be of help.

Thanks

I can help with this if you like

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Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by WhyNa: 12:34am On Aug 15
encryptjay:

Golden Bridge.
That's a masterpiece right there cheesy
Eating snails with their shells with cheese sauce? Hard call for me when I'm still uncertain about eating snails. grin

You do't eat the shell. Lol.

There's this 2 pronged fork you use to dig the meat out grin grin

And YES! It's the Goldenn Bridge! I'll definitely be visiting it and the iconic Phuc Quoc Island sometime in the future....It's about to get crazy busy! School don open
Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by WhyNa: 12:36am On Aug 15
Raregem9000:
Good afternoon @All, please is it possible for someone with an evisa [tourist visa with a month validity] to secure a job before his/her visa expires? I see their evisa application is hassle free from what i read on their site. One doesn't need to visit the embassy or be interviewed by a consular. https://vietnamvisa-au.com/

I laugh in Swahili. Shey you saw the website says .au.

Are you an Australian passport holder? If so, yes by all means apply online.

If you carry Naiija or African passport..... lipsrsealed lipsrsealed lipsrsealed
Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by Raregem9000(m): 8:14am On Aug 15
ok boss
WhyNa:


I laugh in Swahili. Shey you saw the website says .au.

Are you an Australian passport holder? If so, yes by all means apply online.

If you carry Naiija or Afican passport..... lipsrsealed lipsrsealed lipsrsealed
Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by encryptjay(m): 8:29am On Aug 15
WhyNa:


You do't eat the shell. Lol.

There's this 2 pronged fork you use to dig the meat out grin grin

And YES! It's the Goldenn Bridge! I'll definitely be visiting it and the iconic Phuc Quoc Island sometime in the future....It's about to get crazy busy! School don open
I fear o.
Back to school mode. cheesy

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Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by Hahnemann: 8:55pm On Aug 19
Asking for a friend, can I get a work visa and a teaching gig in Vietnam without a University degree?
Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by nuellaviodau: 10:42pm On Aug 21
@WhyNa
Please can I send you a mail?
Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by nuellaviodau: 6:34am On Aug 22
WhyNa:


I laugh in Swahili. Shey you saw the website says .au.

Are you an Australian passport holder? If so, yes by all means apply online.

If you carry Naiija or African passport..... lipsrsealed lipsrsealed lipsrsealed
Hello, WhyNa, thanks for all you do.
Please I'm trying to send you a mail pls reply. Thank you.
Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by WhyNa: 3:37pm On Aug 23
Hi Nuellaviodau
sorry i've been mega busy.

Here's your mention....

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Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by nuellaviodau: 5:08pm On Aug 23
smileyThank you very much
WhyNa:
Hi Nuellaviodau
sorry i've been mega busy.

Here's your mention....
Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by Loving1: 9:14pm On Aug 26
WhyNa:
Hi Nuellaviodau
sorry i've been mega busy.

Here's your mention....
Does Vietnam offer work & study while schooling.

Also, considering dat our naira is way higher than their currency, how do u people make more money?
Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by Vision202: 2:37pm On Aug 27
WhyNa:


I can help with this if you like

Oh

Thanks so much.

I sent you a DM.
Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by EbonyCy(f): 11:07pm On Aug 28
Please is there anyone here that went via schooling this year?
Or better still who knows how much is paid at the Vietnamese embassy for the visa?
Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by Abimbola2018: 7:59pm On Sep 01
Please I just started my journey to seeking for admission in a Vietnamese school. Please who can help me out. @whyna, please guide me on the process

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Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by talkless78: 3:04am On Sep 02
WhyNa:


I can help with this if you like
Good day whyna I read tru the pages and I found out its easier to get Admission for undergraduate in Vietnam I wanted my child to be given admission this year and preferably nursing or engineering course can I pm you if you can help or give guidance to how we can achieve this...thanks
Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by Nicoswit(m): 8:32am On Sep 02
WhyNa:


I can help with this if you like
Hello whyna
Please do you have any lists of websites in Vietnam for visa sponsored jobs for foreigners.
Anyone with an idea can answer too
Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by WhyNa: 8:41am On Sep 03
Loving1:

Does Vietnam offer work & study while schooling.

Also, considering dat our naira is way higher than their currency, how do u people make more money?

You're paid the equivalent of 10,000 - 20,000 naira per hour. That's how we make money

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Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by WhyNa: 8:52am On Sep 03
Abimbola2018:
Please I just started my journey to seeking for admission in a Vietnamese school. Please who can help me out. @whyna, please guide me on the process

talkless78:
Good day whyna I read tru the pages and I found out its easier to get Admission for undergraduate in Vietnam I wanted my child to be given admission this year and preferably nursing or engineering course can I pm you if you can help or give guidance to how we can achieve this...thanks

Abimbola2018:
Please I just started my journey to seeking for admission in a Vietnamese school. Please who can help me out. @whyna, please guide me on the process

Hi,

I already stated I don't know much about student's admission but it's pretty straight forward.

Some nairalanders following this thread have gotten admission and some are here already sef. I know cos I helped most of them pay their school fees. If only they can come back to share their experience and put people through.

But basically, you should...
1. Make a list of the schools you want to apply to
2. Take note of their admission period. I think admission for September is currently over
3. I'll advise you to use a laptop when browsing school websites. The website would be in Vietnamese but when you use a laptop, google tranlates the site for you so it's easy to understand and navigate
4. Once on the website, search for their email address
5. Go to google translate and type all the enquiries you want to do and tranlate it to Vietnamese. Be clear, send your documents if possible and state the course and session you're applying for. This will save you having to send multiple mails waiting for replies each time. Copy that translated maial and send to them
6. If they have an agent, they will refer you to their official agent but 95% of them deal directly with students
7. Send to as many schools as possible
8. If you're using a laptop and admision is open and you are able to apply, apply! Then follow up with mails.

This is the much I can say about applying to schools here

About schooling and working, majority of schools tell you you can't work. Doesn't mean people don't. I have no idea about the legal implications so please do your own research

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Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by Loving1: 11:52am On Sep 03
WhyNa:


You're paid the equivalent of 10,000 - 20,000 naira per hour. That's how we make money
Oh that's nice
Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by Loving1: 12:05pm On Sep 03
WhyNa:


You're paid the equivalent of 10,000 - 20,000 naira per hour. That's how we make money
Omo! 10k per hour is way better than 9ja now, & how many hours can u work a week?
Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by Liadi2(m): 5:03pm On Sep 03
Vision202:


Oh

Thanks so much.

I sent you a DM.
Please I didn't see your message. I want to reach you Please
Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by WhyNa: 8:07am On Sep 07
Loving1:

Omo! 10k per hour is way better than 9ja now, & how many hours can u work a week?

As much as you can carry as long as you're on a work visa
Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by Loving1: 11:55am On Sep 07
WhyNa:


As much as you can carry as long as you're on a work visa
I mean students visa, not work visa

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