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Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by Mrsomav: 12:00pm On Oct 06
wip7:



Yes I have 6 students traveling on 16th from Abuja ...what’s up?

I just wanted to be sure about the waiting time at turkey. That’s 19hrs.
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by eazylion01(m): 12:11pm On Oct 06
ben4rl:


Hi, they fly on Fridays now, based on the new schedule shared by NCCA. See the updated schedule attached.

Thanks, that means I dashed turkish airline about 4K naira to change date lol
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 12:32pm On Oct 06
Mrsomav:


I just wanted to be sure about the waiting time at turkey. That’s 19hrs.

Yes, actually when they leave on 16th they will arrive Cyprus on 18th ...so 19 hrs waiting time!
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 12:33pm On Oct 06
eazylion01:

Thanks, that means I dashed turkish airline about 4K naira to change date lol

Oh 4K naira is small for you grin

one student paid 150k to change flight ...they tagged it as no-show and change fee.
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by Mrsomav: 1:20pm On Oct 06
wip7:


Yes, actually when they leave on 16th they will arrive Cyprus on 18th ...so 19 hrs waiting time!
Thanks, any of ur student doing masters @ NEU?
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 2:20pm On Oct 06
Mrsomav:

Thanks, any of ur student doing masters @ NEU?

None of my students heading to NEU. The graduate students are heading majorly to EMU.
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by Mrsomav: 3:44pm On Oct 06
wip7:


None of my students heading to NEU. The graduate students are heading majorly to EMU.
Alright
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by eazylion01(m): 4:09pm On Oct 06
wip7:


Oh 4K naira is small for you grin

one student paid 150k to change flight ...they tagged it as no-show and change fee.
Yes, that was why I went ahead to change. 150k is outrageous to change flight date o,I keep to ur advice,I am checking regularly to see any changesb
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by LuckBrother: 4:29pm On Oct 06
@wip7 Boss please how can one go about getting very affordable accommodation in North Cyprus for a student?
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 7:04pm On Oct 06
LuckBrother:
@wip7 Boss please how can one go about getting very affordable accommodation in North Cyprus for a student?

The major cities are Famagusta, Girne, Lefkosia and Güzelyurt. So the price will depend on:

----The location where the university is located
----Years of the house/apartment (the older the cheaper)
----Distance of the accommodation from the university or city center (the further away the cheaper; most of the universities have Free bus to collect students within the city they are located)
--- Type of accommodation (2 and 3 beds flats will be cheaper when shared)


Most of the flats come furnished with necessary home kits; average 2 bed ensuite in Famagusta is around 2000$ per year which can then be shared by two people making 1000$ a year, this excludes utilities.

Just visit this website; type the city the school is located and select type of accommodation (1+1 means 1 bedroom with a sitting room, 2+1 means 2 bed rooms with a sitting/playing room): https://www.101evler.com/en


Attached is just 5 min walk to EMU; I bought 2 flats here for rent for graduate student it goes 4000$ per 10 months in case you are interested.

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Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wickyyolo: 6:45pm On Oct 07
I want to apply to EMU for the February session. What is the visa like ? I have all relevant documents, am I guaranteed visa or I need to pay an agent some money to facilitate it ?
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 7:53pm On Oct 07
wickyyolo:
I want to apply to EMU for the February session. What is the visa like ? I have all relevant documents, am I guaranteed visa or I need to pay an agent some money to facilitate it ?

Nobody can guarantee you a visa. The issuance and grant of a visa is a privilege by the embassy, not a right.

You don’t need to pay any agent to apply for a visa; the Turkish embassy that handles TRNC visa have website and state all the visa requirements including procedures to apply so why paying agents to do that ? Get all the required documents and follow the stated procedures then apply; if the visa officer finds you genuine... he or she will issue you a visa otherwise you get denied.

If you get denied you can still come over with OKTB...

May I know what department and level you want to apply to at EMU? If interested at EMU you can contact me. Otherwise you can read on our university website all you need to know about EMU.

Best wishes
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by sufyanu200(m): 2:08pm On Oct 11
Hi, can I get your number please. Need to confirm something. I already got my Admission to Uskudar university in Turkey and planning on using OKTB.

wip7:


Nobody can guarantee you a visa. The issuance and grant of a visa is a privilege by the embassy, not a right.

You don’t need to pay any agent to apply for a visa; the Turkish embassy that handles TRNC visa have website and state all the visa requirements including procedures to apply so why paying agents to do that ? Get all the required documents and follow the stated procedures then apply; if the visa officer finds you genuine... he or she will issue you a visa otherwise you get denied.

If you get denied you can still come over with OKTB...

May I know what department and level you want to apply to at EMU? If interested at EMU you can contact me. Otherwise you can read on our university website all you need to know about EMU.

Best wishes
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 4:30pm On Oct 11
sufyanu200:
Hi, can I get your number please. Need to confirm something. I already got my Admission to Uskudar university in Turkey and planning on using OKTB.


No you cannot get my number.

You can email me (this is most preferred, check my signature section for my address).............you can PM me or ask here on this thread....I only reply via those channels.
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by sufyanu200(m): 6:15pm On Oct 11
Ok, mail you now,
wip7:


No you cannot get my number.

You can email me (this is most preferred, check my signature section for my address).............you can PM me or ask here on this thread....I only reply via those channels.

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Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by moscyt(m): 6:58pm On Oct 11
wip7:


No you cannot get my number.

You can email me (this is most preferred, check my signature section for my address).............you can PM me or ask here on this thread....I only reply via those channels.
How about jobs for students over there?
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 7:23pm On Oct 11
moscyt:

How about jobs for students over there?

Kindly read part 1 of this thread for details about TRNC : https://www.nairaland.com/351402/north-cyprus/355#91624810
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by Feyang: 10:02pm On Oct 11
All this agent deceiving ur fellow Nigerians because of what u will eat , advising people to go to North cypruecto study ,which u know ur self that not Cyprus is not good ,God will judge all of u this hungry agent ,or the liers u are telling nigerian is north Cyprus a country ,north Cyprus is not a country is Turkish occupied territory,for the student going there and the once that are planning to apply stay in ur country or look for better country in Europe to go to ,north Cyprus citizens are very wicked there are not friendly bad people and nothing in that state because not a country ,my advice for u is that don't allow any agent to deceive u is what they we eat they are looking for that place is not good

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Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by sufyanu200(m): 10:30pm On Oct 11
Seems you had a bad experience sir.


Feyang:
All this agent deceiving ur fellow Nigerians because of what u will eat , advising people to go to North cypruecto study ,which u know ur self that not Cyprus is not good ,God will judge all of u this hungry agent ,or the liers u are telling nigerian is north Cyprus a country ,north Cyprus is not a country is Turkish occupied territory,for the student going there and the once that are planning to apply stay in ur country or look for better country in Europe to go to ,north Cyprus citizens are very wicked there are not friendly bad people and nothing in that state because not a country ,my advice for u is that don't allow any agent to deceive u is what they we eat they are looking for that place is not good
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 11:50pm On Oct 11
Feyang:

Have you been to Burundi, Gambia, Uganda before ? I personally I have been there on many occasions! There are thousands of Nigerian studying in these countries....

In North Cyprus there are thousands of citizens of Burundi, Uganda and Gambian studying. So why do Nigerian go to those places?

You asked Nigerians to go study in Europe rather than Cyprus; they are not blind before and many of them know that there are over 40 countries in Europe so why they don’t go there ?

I personally don’t believe agents can point a gun to anybody head to go study anywhere; any educated person should be able to read, explore, ask questions and must be able to pay for their tuition fees wherever they go!

How many of the people can afford to pay for tuition fees in Switzerland or the UK? Or which Europe are you talking? Serbia, Romania, Ireland, Denmark?

Can you afford a master degree of 15,000 Euro in Denmark ? Even master that worth 2500$ in Cyprus how many can afford it?

For those that can pay the fees...How many of them have been issued visas?

In North Cyprus; police or SARS DONT kill people indiscriminately; there are electricity everywhere and internet facilities all over the country which is fairly affordable for average students; universities in north Cyprus don’t go on strikes and majority of the universities are well ranked far better than what you see in many African countries....they don’t have ritualists that kill anyhow. Lecturers don’t want to sleep with ladies to give marks. They have students from more than 60 countries studying there and population of African students are less than 15%.

Advise your government to make your education better, to provide 24/7 electricity, facilities in the university, to avoid strikes in universities and improve your educational system entirely ....that way the citizens of your country will not need to go Abroad to study...


There are well meaning Nigerians and Africans studying in North Cyprus and doing greater things. Not all people that travels abroad to study are going there because they come from gutter ..many are going for actual education

Before you make any sound claims and advise people...you should have well rounded traveling experience, actual education and financially okay.

If you don’t want people to go to any particular country; you should provide them visa, tuition fee to your country of your choice. You can also, make paid advertisements on various newspapers, radio and tv channels, and visit the ministry of education and all international airports to intensify your campaign.


This thread is to give advice, support and answers questions of people that are financially ready to study abroad, people interested in education...is not for people that come from gutter, not for fraudsters, not for people that can’t even afford 100k monthly in their countries and wanting to become overnight billionaires abroad, not for drug dealers, not for those claiming to go abroad for study but don’t even know if Nigeria is in Africa.....


If you can afford to pay UK fees and get visa bye bye nobody forces you to North Cyprus or put gun or arrow on your chest!

Enough of this craps!

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Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by jidoex66(m): 3:42am On Oct 12
sufyanu200:
Hi, can I get your number please. Need to confirm something. I already got my Admission to Uskudar university in Turkey and planning on using OKTB.



Uskudar is in Istanbul (Asian side). You don’t use ok to board, you need to apply for visa at the Turkish embassy. No oktb for turkey just Cyprus.

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Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 6:51am On Oct 12
sufyanu200:
Seems you had a bad experience sir.

Feyang:
All this agent deceiving ur fellow Nigerians because of what u will eat , advising people to go to North cypruecto study ,which u know ur self that not Cyprus is not good ,God will judge all of u this hungry agent ,or the liers u are telling nigerian is north Cyprus a country ,north Cyprus is not a country is Turkish occupied territory,for the student going there and the once that are planning to apply stay in ur country or look for better country in Europe to go to ,north Cyprus citizens are very wicked there are not friendly bad people and nothing in that state because not a country ,my advice for u is that don't allow any agent to deceive u is what they we eat they are looking for that place is not good


He or she has not left Nigeria before neither even visit airport for once. He just roam around Nairaland begging for 1k or 2k. I wonder person that has no single travel experience, never lived in any of the European countries or any place abroad will not be advising his/her government first. These are the types of people agents deceive because they are desperate and going abroad not for education but otherwise.

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Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by TFLASHOGEE(m): 7:13am On Oct 12
People advising students that decided to move abroad for studies base on them willing to get better education and comfortable standards of living not to do so are either,
1. They have never been out of the country.

2. They want to make the same moves, but can't afford it so they become frustrated.

3. They hate others been successful.

4. They are the ones you see on every travel thread bringing negative vibes just to pull the threads down.

My own advice is that once you set your goal, never let someone discourage you because they might also have Same goal's as yours but can't achieve it but will rather do anything possible to discourage you from achieving yours.

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Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by Mahmuday123: 7:58am On Oct 12
Please guys what is the cost of living in Istanbul
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by Feyang: 8:26am On Oct 12
[quot author=wip7 post=94850524]
Wip 7 for ur information I did my master and PhD in Cyprus that was year 2007 ,I stayed there for 12years and got married to a Greek cyproit, presently I am in American with my family ,so don't tell me about Cyprus ,north Cyprus is not a good place to stay the Turkish cypriot are not friendly people they only smile with u when they want something from you ,once they got it u are not friends ,and I have also been to Austria,Denmark, Germany and Norway ,those places are good for student ,stop giving wrong information about not Cyprus is not a good place ,and the degree certificate u get when u graduate is only recognize by turkish only no any Europe country recognize it u have to still go to turkey to put a stamp on it ,so stop deceiving people ok ,because they will always curse u
Have you been to Burundi, Gambia, Uganda before ? I personally I have been there on many occasions! There are thousands of Nigerian studying in these countries....

In North Cyprus there are thousands of citizens of Burundi, Uganda and Gambian studying. So why do Nigerian go to those places?

You asked Nigerians to go study in Europe rather than Cyprus; they are not blind before and many of them know that there are over 40 countries in Europe so why they don’t go there ?

I personally don’t believe agents can point a gun to anybody head to go study anywhere; any educated person should be able to read, explore, ask questions and must be able to pay for their tuition fees wherever they go!

How many of the people can afford to pay for tuition fees in Switzerland or the UK? Or which Europe are you talking? Serbia, Romania, Ireland, Denmark?

Can you afford a master degree of 15,000 Euro in Denmark ? Even master that worth 2500$ in Cyprus how many can afford it?

For those that can pay the fees...How many of them have been issued visas?

In North Cyprus; police or SARS DONT kill people indiscriminately; there are electricity everywhere and internet facilities all over the country which is fairly affordable for average students; universities in north Cyprus don’t go on strikes and majority of the universities are well ranked far better than what you see in many African countries....they don’t have ritualists that kill anyhow. Lecturers don’t want to sleep with ladies to give marks. They have students from more than 60 countries studying there and population of African students are less than 15%.

Advise your government to make your education better, to provide 24/7 electricity, facilities in the university, to avoid strikes in universities and improve your educational system entirely ....that way the citizens of your country will not need to go Abroad to study...


There are well meaning Nigerians and Africans studying in North Cyprus and doing greater things. Not all people that travels abroad to study are going there because they come from gutter ..many are going for actual education

Before you make any sound claims and advise people...you should have well rounded traveling experience, actual education and financially okay.

If you don’t want people to go to any particular country; you should provide them visa, tuition fee to your country of your choice. You can also, make paid advertisements on various newspapers, radio and tv channels, and visit the ministry of education and all international airports to intensify your campaign.


This thread is to give advice, support and answers questions of people that are financially ready to study abroad, people interested in education...is not for people that come from gutter, not for fraudsters, not for people that can’t even afford 100k monthly in their countries and wanting to become overnight billionaires abroad, not for drug dealers, not for those claiming to go abroad for study but don’t even know if Nigeria is in Africa.....


If you can afford to pay UK fees and get visa bye bye nobody forces you to North Cyprus or put gun or arrow on your chest!

Enough of this craps! [/quote]
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by Feyang: 8:34am On Oct 12
No job in North Cyprus don't allow any agent like wip 7 deceive u because of what he wants to eat,the place is not good ,bad place ,south Cyprus is still better ,not Cyprus is only recognize by turkey ,ur certificate after school is not recognize in good Europe country
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 8:54am On Oct 12
Feyang:
No job in North Cyprus don't allow any agent like wip 7 deceive u because of what he wants to eat,the place is not good ,bad place ,south Cyprus is still better ,not Cyprus is only recognize by turkey ,ur certificate after school is not recognize in good Europe country

Have you been to airport before ? Cyprus make their education strong to attract students not to attract workers that will come and beg for 2k daily.

Have you been to south Cyprus before ? What do you know about the place?

Wip7 have been to over 75 countries globally, studied in developed countries and earned the highest academic degrees. Wip7 is proud citizens of 3 nations and would not be needing visas to nearly 170 countries unlike you.

Wip7 owns investment and business would not be begging for 2k even if he does not work for 100 years.

Visit Cyprus and enjoy 7 days in one of my properties FREE... if you are in Cyprus right away please send message I will arranged that for you, come with your camera phone with video capabilities so you can show the world what you have seen.

Stop polluting all threads with your lack of education and gutter-life.

Because Wip7 comments and give advise on this thread does not mean he will ever be equated to lower-lives financially, academically or global experience. You think am one of those that just sit in the UK or any country waiting for 5 jobs salaries or government benefits?

Wip7 is academic professor with salary that worth far than what average people in your end earns.

Attached is average salary of academics in North Cyprus in reputable universities like EMU, METU, EUL etc, this is after tax and note we earn 13 months salary yearly not 12 months and we also get paid around 3000$ dollar (university +Turkey) per research publication we make...google Wip7 profile for 2020 and see how many publications and do the maths...

So do the maths; please don’t compare someone dead with another sleeping.

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Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by Xtention20: 10:04am On Oct 12
Can someone who have been in and out of quarantine in TRNC explain procedure on how to leave this place I am 14days already !! Honest reply will be appreciated


Thanks
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by haroldwilly780: 2:35pm On Oct 12
wip7:


Have you been to airport before ? Cyprus make their education strong to attract students not to attract workers that will come and beg for 2k daily.

Have you been to south Cyprus before ? What do you know about the place?

Wip7 have been to over 75 countries globally, studied in developed countries and earned the highest academic degrees. Wip7 is proud citizens of 3 nations and would not be needing visas to nearly 170 countries unlike you.

Wip7 owns investment and business would not be begging for 2k even if he does not work for 100 years.

Visit Cyprus and enjoy 7 days in one of my properties FREE... if you are in Cyprus right away please send message I will arranged that for you, come with your camera phone with video capabilities so you can show the world what you have seen.

Stop polluting all threads with your lack of education and gutter-life.

Because Wip7 comments and give advise on this thread does not mean he will ever be equated to lower-lives financially, academically or global experience. You think am one of those that just sit in the UK or any country waiting for 5 jobs salaries or government benefits?

Wip7 is academic professor with salary that worth far than what average people in your end earns.

Attached is average salary of academics in North Cyprus in reputable universities like EMU, METU, EUL etc, this is after tax and note we earn 13 months salary yearly not 12 months and we also get paid around 3000$ dollar (university +Turkey) per research publication we make...google Wip7 profile for 2020 and see how many publications and do the maths...

So do the maths; please don’t compare someone dead with another sleeping.
......u self gee time to dey reply d guy.... grin grin grin

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Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by haroldwilly780: 2:41pm On Oct 12
wip7:



He or she has not left Nigeria before neither even visit airport for once. He just roam around Nairaland begging for 1k or 2k. I wonder person that has no single travel experience, never lived in any of the European countries or any place abroad will not be advising his/her government first. These are the types of people agents deceive because they are desperate and going abroad not for education but otherwise.
...see as dem expose him papa yarnsh...lol grin grin grin......




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Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 5:23pm On Oct 12
haroldwilly780:
......u self gee time to dey reply d guy.... grin grin grin

Normally I just ignore this type of his comments. I have seen it severally and I often ignore....
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by Phawizz: 5:23pm On Oct 12
Although, there are some agents telling lies to students about it being a country and job opportunities, and it seems you are a victim of one (@feyang).
Had you been following this thread you'll see there's no sugar coating here, as Wip7 always give explicit answers to every question being asked as well as others on this thread. I don't know what you did or the people you met that made you tag cyprus citizens as unwelcoming, I became friend with some of them and consider them as hospitable.

A lecturer of mine in Yabatech used to make a statement " Yabatech didn't come knocking at your doors, you chose to come.." and I think same applies here North Cyprus (Universites) didn't come knocking at anyone's door, there are varieties of options you can study in private universities in Nigeria or go elsewhere. I believe anyone embarking on a journey (or anything) must be well informed about it before proceeding, which is what this thread is all about.

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