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|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 1:02pm On Jul 16, 2020|
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|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 8:40am On Jul 18, 2020|
Update On COVID in TRNC and Students Arrival
The ministry of education has approved that all returning students and incoming new students can be quarantined in the respective universities dormitories free of charge.
The university will start sending names of prospective students that already paid the initial deposit to various embassies from August.
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by jidoex66(m): 9:22am On Jul 18, 2020|
wip7:Thanks for the update prof.
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 10:24am On Jul 18, 2020|
Hopefully the Turkish/TRNC immigration meeting next month will clarify further details on the student as per country risk level Categorization. Afterwards, new student can know more as per flight approvals !!!
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by jidoex66(m): 5:16pm On Jul 18, 2020|
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 6:46am On Jul 21, 2020|
COVID-19 Travel Procedures for TRNC for students and others
People entering TRNC are categorized according the countries they are travelling from. The measures implemented by the TRNC Ministry of Health regarding the Covid-19 on the arrival to the TRNC and, the list of categorized countries are as follows:
1. People coming to the TRNC from countries in Category B will be able to enter the country by showing the negative PCR test results they have done between three and five days prior the start of the trip. A second PCR test will be done to such individuals while entering to the TRNC and these individuals are to self-quarantine themselves either in the hotels/dormitories or in a house where they will be staying following their arrival until the PCR test results are back.
2. People travelling from Category C countries are obliged to submit a valid PCR test result (done within the last 3 to 5 days before they travel) while entering TRNC. A second PCR test will be done to Category C passengers and they will be put in a 14-day quarantine in the quarantine centers specified by the Ministry of Health or university dormitories for students free of charge. A third PCR test will be done following the end of the 14-day quarantine period.
Note: Except Mauritius all other African countries are in Category C.
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by haroldwilly780: 11:44am On Jul 21, 2020|
wip7:.....thanks for the update. ...now we know where we belong ....
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by jidoex66(m): 6:18pm On Jul 21, 2020|
haroldwilly780:Worst thing, Nigeria airspace won’t be open till October for international commercial flights
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 8:20pm On Jul 21, 2020|
But students can still join the university online for that semester with additional scholarships, while schools are also looking for some extension for those that will come till October ending since mid-exam will be towards November.
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by mekanta7(m): 9:02pm On Jul 21, 2020|
Not really... the minister said the airspace will be opened earlier before October regardless of the ban by Europe and UAE. Definitely the airspace will open. UKVI will start processing visa from 28july. Any embassy that issues study visa has prospect of flying in students. I believe special routine will be adopted.
@prof Wip.... I'm loyal sir..
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by jidoex66(m): 9:12pm On Jul 21, 2020|
mekanta7:Conflicting report here and there... NCAA announce today that the airspace won’t be open by August the earlier date not until October, and for the embassies opening, I’ve seen some people with tourist visa already from Turkish embassy from this month so embassies opening is because their countries are already opened for business but Nigeria is not ready, let’s just hope international flights open before then...
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by jidoex66(m): 9:15pm On Jul 21, 2020|
wip7:Yes prof, I think this might be the best option available for now. Thanks
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by mekanta7(m): 10:40pm On Jul 21, 2020|
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by arafat95: 8:11am On Jul 23, 2020|
Good morning everyone, please I will like to know the month Turkish Embassy gives for the transit Visa.
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by Dharryedu: 4:35pm On Jul 23, 2020|
You are eligible to apply for a single entry e-Visa(Online application, no need to go to embassy) on which you can stay for up to 30 days
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by arafat95: 5:38pm On Jul 23, 2020|
I meant for a student going to North Cyprus to study, Turkish transit Visa
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by Annie001: 9:27am On Jul 24, 2020|
Good morning house
Please what's the duration for Masters in North Cyprus universities and please can I get a rough estimate of how much I would need for feeding, accommodation,tuitions and miscellaneous.
Lastly, when will admission for September intake close
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by Dharryedu: 9:50am On Jul 24, 2020|
Master's degrees are usually three to four semesters in duration and require the completion of a thesis. Master's degrees without the thesis element are also offered and involve the completion of 10 graduate courses and the submission of a project.
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by teewest100: 11:12am On Jul 24, 2020|
Pls house if our airport don’t open before lectures start in September, will it be loss for us from Nigeria here to start lectures online, am asking because there is still some registration that still needed to be done at the school before been called a full student, so what happen if this registration is not fully done, how will we get our login details and matric number
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 12:10pm On Jul 24, 2020|
No it will rather be beneficial, the university will gve you additional scholarship for that semester. So the only issue you may face is your internet connectivity, depending on the country you are located so the additional scholarhsip can support you to fix a better internet package. Other issue you may face is time difference but if you are in Nigeria the time difference is not much like 1-2 hrs difference. Although, we have students that travelled back as well with time difference as much as 4-5 hrs but all went well.
For this recently completed semester, I have been far away from Cyprus, in my location is like 7 hours difference in time to Cyprus and in most cases I have to deliver courses as early as 8:30 am to my students in Cyprus. So my 1:30 am midnight is 8:30 am in Cyprus so for the student no issue for me I have to stay awake till 3 am. I have great internet connect and all went smooth because the online platform we are using synchronize with your time zone provided your computer or mobile gadget is updated to the zone settings.
The beauty of the online platform we are using is that, all lectures we deliver are recorded and can be translated/subtitled automatically into several languages from well-spoken English to even Mandarin, French, Portuguese etc. I am not sure you can translate/subtitle in Ebira or Swahili, Igbo, Hausa, Yoruba anyway as I have not tried those. So students can rewatch the lecture vidoes several time as much as they want. Its purely interactive, you will see your lecrurer and students will be seen as well; we have great whiteboard online for calculations and we simulated first year practical/labs online as well smoothly.
am asking because there is still some registration that still needed to be done at the school before been called a full student, so what happen if this registration is not fully done, how will we get our login details and matric number
Many of the universities in Cyprus already have various distance training programs many years before pandemic and have delivered these courses online smoothly. So to get registered is a piece of cake, it will take you less than 60 min to complete your registeration online and your login details, student number and all detials will be passed accross to you.
Currently, I will be giving lectures to summer students starting from July 27th, majority of these students have never been to Cyprus and from their locations, I can see they are majorly from Baharain, Saudi Arabia, Asia, Eastern Europe and few from Eastern Africa, etc. As soon as they completed their online registration as a new student, I receive alerts for course registeration automatically and I register the students to the courses; they are able to access the platform instantly with calenders etc.
In summary, its takes less than 60 min to be active with all your registeration details and starts learning.
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 12:41pm On Jul 24, 2020|
You can have idea about tuition fee on each university website and accommodation details. Visit the website to know more.
Also, you can read this link for practical expenses off campus and what it entails: https://www.nairaland.com/351402/north-cyprus/352
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by Annie001: 1:01pm On Jul 24, 2020|
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by Annie001: 1:02pm On Jul 24, 2020|
wip7:Thank you sir
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by Dharryedu: 1:42pm On Jul 24, 2020|
The Turkish transit visa is issued to persons who want to pass through to another country. Valied for no longer than 3 days.
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by teewest100: 2:58pm On Jul 24, 2020|
Sir I just logged into my account and this what I found ACCESS STATUS
NO ACCESS what does that mean
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 4:56pm On Jul 24, 2020|
I don’t know what it means. Meanwhile if that’s is the university application portal u logged onto....nothing can happen now until September 2020.
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by teewest100: 1:07pm On Jul 25, 2020|
Sir for change of course how are we to go about it, I will like to change my course, the person who assist me with the registration gave me the wrong course
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 2:30pm On Jul 25, 2020|
You can change course during registration period which is in September... just inform the registrar office as you are being registered that you wish to switch your course.
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by teewest100: 4:14pm On Jul 25, 2020|
But sir what if the airport doesn’t open and class have started can will still change it even if class started
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 7:19pm On Jul 25, 2020|
You can change your course during registration. If you are taking course online, you can change you course during registration as a student of that university. So either online or physically, just inform them during registration that you want to change your course.
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by arafat95: 8:20pm On Jul 26, 2020|
Good evening everyone, please I will like to know how true it is, someone told me that if you are denied a transit Visa at the Turkish Embassy, you can't use ok to board...
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 10:16pm On Jul 26, 2020|
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