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Re: Adventure In Ireland by Philadelphia: 5:14pm On May 15
ICaSNg:


I am trying to wrap my head around why NCI is offering you a Higher diploma ? Give or take you should be able to get MSc Data Analytics at NCI.

And like Seuuny4lif stated- NCI graduates have a better shot at fast employability in Dublin but overall if you are studying Data Analytics, Business Analytics , Cybersecurity / Network systems your chances are good irrespective of the school you graduated from

Thanks so much for your input.

But the offers are Higher Diploma in Science in Computing from NCI and MSc. Information Systems with Computing from DBS.

Which do you advise from these 2 current situations?
Re: Adventure In Ireland by Austarson: 2:30pm On May 17
Wonderful thread you 've set up Chiggs. I just started following and have gained lots from your experience and adventure. I hope to come to Ireland for my Masters by September. I will sure keep in touch. Keep it up!

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Re: Adventure In Ireland by ICaSNg: 4:04pm On May 17
Philadelphia:


Thanks so much for your input.

But the offers are Higher Diploma in Science in Computing from NCI and MSc. Information Systems with Computing from DBS.

Which do you advise from these 2 current situations?


DBS-MSc Business Analytics or Data Analytics / LIT -MSc Data Analytics
Re: Adventure In Ireland by Philadelphia: 4:50pm On May 17
ICaSNg:



DBS-MSc Business Analytics or Data Analytics / LIT -MSc Data Analytics

You didn’t read my message.

Please do and revert.

Thanks
Re: Adventure In Ireland by Akinlepsh(m): 9:03pm On May 17
Does anyone knows if Birmingham jobs is real? I was asked to pay 26 euros for documentation I hope it not a scam?

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Re: Adventure In Ireland by Chiggsglover(m): 9:29pm On May 17
Austarson:
Wonderful thread you 've set up Chiggs. I just started following and have gained lots from your experience and adventure. I hope to come to Ireland for my Masters by September. I will sure keep in touch. Keep it up!
Thank you very much.
Wish you Godspeed in the Process.
Re: Adventure In Ireland by Chiggsglover(m): 9:31pm On May 17
Akinlepsh:
Does anyone knows if Birmingham jobs is real? I was asked to pay 26 euros for documentation I hope it not a scam?
Depends on the company, if they have physical office, reputation...

It screams Scam.
Re: Adventure In Ireland by Chiggsglover(m): 9:32pm On May 17
Philadelphia:
Hello everyone!

Just a quick one especially from those with experience.

What will your advise be to one who has a bachelors degree in an interdisciplinary field of Computer Science, Management Science and Information Science.

Has about 3 years experience working in IT Support role.

Got admission offers from DBS (MSc. Information Systems with Computing and NCI (Higher Diploma in Science in Computing).

What choice will you advise such a one to take and why?

cc: @icasng
cc: @dwebb55
cc: Chiggsglover
cc: @ anyone with validated experience.

Thanks.
Masters smiley
Re: Adventure In Ireland by Philadelphia: 9:48pm On May 17
Chiggsglover:

Masters smiley

Thanks.

Please justify the reason for the masters over the HDip.
Re: Adventure In Ireland by ICaSNg: 11:46am On May 18
Philadelphia:


You didn’t read my message.

Please do and revert.

Thanks

I did; Those are the courses I would suggest professionally you go for - You can rewrite your SOP for DBS and get the new course instead.

All the best
Re: Adventure In Ireland by Philadelphia: 1:38pm On May 18
ICaSNg:


I did; Those are the courses I would suggest professionally you go for - You can rewrite your SOP for DBS and get the new course instead.

All the best

Thanks again
Re: Adventure In Ireland by seunmohmoh(f): 5:06pm On May 24
Been a while. How's everyone?

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Re: Adventure In Ireland by Peaceoma: 1:41am On May 30
Philadelphia

Can any good thing come out of the north?



grin grin grin grin grin grin grin
Re: Adventure In Ireland by seunny4lif(m): 3:48am On Jun 17
Where is this man grin
We dey summer oooh
Sun no too dey but heat wan kill us oooh

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Re: Adventure In Ireland by Alday: 11:37am On Jun 24
Gradually getting days of mixed sunshine and rain
seunny4lif:
Where is this man grin
We dey summer oooh
Sun no too dey but heat wan kill us oooh

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Re: Adventure In Ireland by seunny4lif(m): 11:40am On Jun 24
This is the best summer in Ireland since 2018 oooh
If not for Covid-19, I for don dey one hotel for Italy and Spain wink.
But the weather has been wonderful grin
Alday:
Gradually getting days of mixed sunshine and rain

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Re: Adventure In Ireland by ednut91(m): 11:45am On Jun 25
Chiggsglover:
I have read lots of amazing stories and experiences from the adventures of Nigerians in various part of the world. I usually feel somehow writing mine but decided I have to do it because it achieves various purposes like it makes Nigerians get a grip of the country and realities in the country. In my school, DBS, when you're inside, you'll think you're in India. Due to the fact that they spread the news about potential countries that is suitabe for migration, clear the path for those coming by suggesting suitable courses so they can easily get job. There's a reason the indians are dominating the workplace in Canada.

In my class, we're just three Nigerians, thirty Indians in a course that has potential. You need to see how these guys cooperate, I get overwhelmed.
The Nigerians in my class, I tried to be open to them, I got so irritated by their response that I feel so great when I heard school has been locked down by the virus.
When it got to Group assignment, they lumped me and them in one group. The only indian in my group ran away to another group of Indians.
The reality in my class is just how Nigeria is. We need to cooperate more and help others. In my workplace, two Nigerian guys are there, igbos like me, den do anyhow, I left them and na one Kenya guy wey don stay for this country show me the way. The other Africans in the place don sabi say you need to watch one another back and cooperate.
The goal of this thread is to simply draw your attention and FOCUS to Ireland. Leave US, dont apply to that country directly, even Canada sef, Start looking at Europe, it's easier to enter here than those countries.
From Europe you can branch to any country of your choosing.
If you can learn the German language, Germany is a great country. The indians don dey rush PhD there. You do a research one and get €1000 monthly plus free tuition. Indians will see this kind opportunity and broadcast it to their people. We will see such and only tell immediate family members.

Blacks are so few here. The indians are Many, you wont know because their skin is light, they have straight hair and they simply blend in. I have to look at them closely or from the garlic spice, I instantly know they're the one.
The more of our people we have here, the better for us, that's what people dont know. The reason you enjoy interacting easily with Americans socially is the work of our Brothers. Over the years, they've had various blend of the black race generation by generation.
The Irish community are not used to us. Den no born you well to apply for governorship post or marry their woman. That one na another matter, it's best to avoid them.

I've said so much. All those Agencies that will be posting Canada 2020, USA visa!!!!!! Up and down, RUN

You'll carry refusal letter like Trophy.
Average Nigerians here in this country, den don carry at least one Denied from either Canada or USA.
It's like the period when the Unilag craze was there, secondary teachers caused this, they made people feel like Life will end if you dont go to unilag. I knew someone applied seven times, that's seven years gone!

Its about the course you read and the grade, Not the school.
You're better off studying in the North, lower cost of living, less strike, then you come out, apply abroad, life continues.

When I was applying, I was almost pushed to start chasing big school where I will pay huge school fees and go broke. I knew a friend that was chasing big name, he was denied admission due to the fact that the school is competitive. But sense came o, let's leave ratings alone, as long as the school and the course is accredited. Study ya thing and come out. It's only Havard and oxford, if you get the grade and you know that the way is clear, you can push it if you're an Einstein. Not being an einstein like me, doesnt mean you're a failure.

Lemme drop my pen here.
Well-done bro. It took me 5days to read your thread from the beginning. Nice work u v done here

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Re: Adventure In Ireland by Gracely7th(f): 7:26pm On Jul 10
We still remain your best plug for stylish haircut in Dublin at best rate. Please patronize us today.

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Re: Adventure In Ireland by Chiggsglover(m): 4:15pm On Jul 12
seunny4lif:
This is the best summer in Ireland since 2018 oooh
If not for Covid-19, I for don dey one hotel for Italy and Spain wink.
But the weather has been wonderful grin
Lol. That's good o
Re: Adventure In Ireland by Chiggsglover(m): 4:15pm On Jul 12
ednut91:

Well-done bro. It took me 5days to read your thread from the beginning. Nice work u v done here

That's a journey, haha
Re: Adventure In Ireland by Chiggsglover(m): 4:17pm On Jul 12
For the summer, I visited Cork, Ireland.
It's like a miniature size of Dublin.

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Re: Adventure In Ireland by Chiggsglover(m): 4:17pm On Jul 12
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Re: Adventure In Ireland by Chiggsglover(m): 4:18pm On Jul 12
Dublin has the neatest and most modern bus. The bus here looks older. Haha.

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Re: Adventure In Ireland by Chiggsglover(m): 4:19pm On Jul 12
This is the hottest spot in Cork, Patrick's Street

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Re: Adventure In Ireland by Chiggsglover(m): 4:19pm On Jul 12
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Re: Adventure In Ireland by Chiggsglover(m): 4:20pm On Jul 12
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Re: Adventure In Ireland by Chiggsglover(m): 4:21pm On Jul 12
I just love Medieval structures.

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Re: Adventure In Ireland by Chiggsglover(m): 4:21pm On Jul 12
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Re: Adventure In Ireland by Chiggsglover(m): 4:22pm On Jul 12
Some landscape here

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Re: Adventure In Ireland by Chiggsglover(m): 4:24pm On Jul 12
On the way to Cork, I think it's Tipperary. They make my favourite Pudding, the black pudding.

The grass is greener on this side, haha

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Re: Adventure In Ireland by Chiggsglover(m): 4:26pm On Jul 12
I saw this while I was in the bus, if the heat stroke that's killing people in the USA comes here, I fit drop and dive in.

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Re: Adventure In Ireland by Chiggsglover(m): 4:27pm On Jul 12
Bus has toilet, It was itching me to go and see what it looks like, but I dey fear covid o.
I wasn't pressed tho.

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