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Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 8:48am On Nov 16
Jmarjr:
Pls sir wip7 can i use my HND to study in CIU for M.eng in electronics and telecom. Engr? Am a fresh graduate, do i need GRE and TOFEL also? What are the chances of getting a scholarship for my studies? Between living in school dorm and renting a hostel outside school, which is cheaper? What is the overal cost of studying my M.eng in ciu, travel cost and mecelleanous altogether will cost me how much? Since am self sponsored, lastly can i use my M.eng cert to secure scholarship, job abroad in other well developed countries? Thanks

CIU admits applicants with HND directly into a master program and you maybe given some foundation courses as bridging courses depending on your previous background.

All incoming students are awarded scholarships; after the 50% scholarship, currently a master program without a foundation courses will be approximately 3500 euros (this includes 7 courses, seminar, a thesis , registration fees, etc). If you are given a foundation courses, each currently cost 120 euros.

If you are coming from country with English being official language, you don’t need TOEFL but you may be requested to take entry English test. No need for GRE.

Accommodation will range 1500-3000 euros either school or off campus per year. People go off campus because they can share rooms, bills with other occupants.

Securing blue/white/green collar jobs abroad requires a competitive profile laced with academic merits, verifiable demanding skills, experience and add-ons.


Take note: study abroad is expensive irrespective of countries, henceforward, ensure you are financially prepared.
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by CarterPowers(m): 11:12am On Nov 16
wip7:


CIU admits applicants with HND directly into a master program and you maybe given some foundation courses as bridging courses depending on your previous background.

All incoming students are awarded scholarships; after the 50% scholarship, currently a master program without a foundation courses will be approximately 3500 euros (this includes 7 courses, seminar, a thesis , registration fees, etc). If you are given a foundation courses, each currently cost 120 euros.

If you are coming from country with English being official language, you don’t need TOEFL but you may be requested to take entry English test. No need for GRE.

Accommodation will range 1500-3000 euros either school or off campus per year. People go off campus because they can share rooms, bills with other occupants.

Securing blue/white/green collar jobs abroad requires a competitive profile laced with academic merits, verifiable demanding skills, experience and add-ons.


Take note: study abroad is expensive irrespective of countries, henceforward, ensure you are financially prepared.

Sir can someone pay for the all inclusive package (tuition and accommodation and feeding) in CIU at once instead of paying the $1500 initial deposit?
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 3:48pm On Nov 16
CarterPowers:


Sir can someone pay for the all inclusive package (tuition and accommodation and feeding) in CIU at once instead of paying the $1500 initial deposit?

Yes, applicants can pay for that.

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Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by Mamabearprotect: 8:52pm On Nov 16
Hello, is it okay to travel to TRNC this November ? I have already registered as a CIU masters student and receiving lectures online. Please help confirm what I need to do before flying down to TRNC next week. Thanks.
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by Jmarjr(m): 10:36pm On Nov 16
wip7:


CIU admits applicants with HND directly into a master program and you maybe given some foundation courses as bridging courses depending on your previous background.

All incoming students are awarded scholarships; after the 50% scholarship, currently a master program without a foundation courses will be approximately 3500 euros (this includes 7 courses, seminar, a thesis , registration fees, etc). If you are given a foundation courses, each currently cost 120 euros.

If you are coming from country with English being official language, you don’t need TOEFL but you may be requested to take entry English test. No need for GRE.

Accommodation will range 1500-3000 euros either school or off campus per year. People go off campus because they can share rooms, bills with other occupants.

Securing blue/white/green collar jobs abroad requires a competitive profile laced with academic merits, verifiable demanding skills, experience and add-ons.


Take note: study abroad is expensive irrespective of countries, henceforward, ensure you are financially prepared.

tanks sir. Especially for quick response

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Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 10:49pm On Nov 16
Mamabearprotect:
Hello, is it okay to travel to TRNC this November ? I have already registered as a CIU masters student and receiving lectures online. Please help confirm what I need to do before flying down to TRNC next week. Thanks.

Check your university website for incoming students, details of what to do re stated there if not call your university international student office for clarification.
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by jidoex66(m): 4:55pm On Nov 17
Mamabearprotect:
Hello, is it okay to travel to TRNC this November ? I have already registered as a CIU masters student and receiving lectures online. Please help confirm what I need to do before flying down to TRNC next week. Thanks.
Yes you can come in , I have some students coming this month and also since you are a registered student you can as well print your soft copy of student letter along.
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by jidoex66(m): 4:57pm On Nov 17
CarterPowers:


Sir can someone pay for the all inclusive package (tuition and accommodation and feeding) in CIU at once instead of paying the $1500 initial deposit?
Yes you can pay all at once and you pay in Euros not Dollars in CIU. If you are interested in CIU, you can send me your documents.
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by Mahmuday123: 10:08pm On Nov 17
Please People in North Cyprus can you tell me any sort of racism you have witnessed I don’t understand why the FGN is warning Nigerians not to go I have seen many people in north Cyprus studying peacefully as it is one of the most international student friendly country in the world. While most of the recent deaths I have read about if you read the story are either of scammers, fighting over a girl or people who associate with drugs or people that went to a Remote location let’s face it even in Nigeria if you go to any remote location you are not from even if you are from there bad things happen especially during this kidnapping season not to talk of another man’s country. So please I don’t understand somebody should explain it to me.
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by Brawlscartel(m): 12:46pm On Nov 18
Mahmuday123:
Please People in North Cyprus can you tell me any sort of racism you have witnessed I don’t understand why the FGN is warning Nigerians not to go I have seen many people in north Cyprus studying peacefully as it is one of the most international student friendly country in the world. While most of the recent deaths I have read about if you read the story are either of scammers, fighting over a girl or people who associate with drugs or people that went to a Remote location let’s face it even in Nigeria if you go to any remote location you are not from even if you are from there bad things happen especially during this kidnapping season not to talk of another man’s country. So please I don’t understand somebody should explain it to me.

Student friendly my foot...

If you like don't listen to FGN and nigeria at diaspora explore other countries like poland
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by Desjen: 8:23am On Nov 19
Mahmuday123:
Please People in North Cyprus can you tell me any sort of racism you have witnessed I don’t understand why the FGN is warning Nigerians not to go I have seen many people in north Cyprus studying peacefully as it is one of the most international student friendly country in the world. While most of the recent deaths I have read about if you read the story are either of scammers, fighting over a girl or people who associate with drugs or people that went to a Remote location let’s face it even in Nigeria if you go to any remote location you are not from even if you are from there bad things happen especially during this kidnapping season not to talk of another man’s country. So please I don’t understand somebody should explain it to me.

If you like your Nigeria and the suffering plus the poor Educational system, stay there. If you want something better and desire something new despite the odds, make a move. It is your choice to make. Take it or leave it. I have been here since October. I'm doing my own thing, getting contacts and I am very okay. If someone is trying to be a racist to you, it's not your problem. The reason why you are here or why you want to be here should be your priority. There is nowhere in the world that Africans do not suffer racism. All you need to do is know who you are and stand your ground if need be.

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Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by eazylion01(m): 9:36am On Nov 19
Poster above you took the word from my mouth. Tribalism in Nigeria is worse too. Anyone that listen to Nigeria govt is on a long thing.

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Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 12:04pm On Nov 19
Desjen:


If you like your Nigeria and the suffering plus the poor Educational system, stay there. If you want something better and desire something new despite the odds, make a move. It is your choice to make. Take it or leave it. I have been here since October. I'm doing my own thing, getting contacts and I am very okay. If someone is trying to be a racist to you, it's not your problem. The reason why you are here or why you want to be here should be your priority. There is nowhere in the world that Africans do not suffer racism. All you need to do is know who you are and stand your ground if need be.

Direct and plain
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by Mahmuday123: 12:21pm On Nov 19
Desjen:


If you like your Nigeria and the suffering plus the poor Educational system, stay there. If you want something better and desire something new despite the odds, make a move. It is your choice to make. Take it or leave it. I have been here since October. I'm doing my own thing, getting contacts and I am very okay. If someone is trying to be a racist to you, it's not your problem. The reason why you are here or why you want to be here should be your priority. There is nowhere in the world that Africans do not suffer racism. All you need to do is know who you are and stand your ground if need be.
thank you
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by Adeyinka112(m): 12:29pm On Nov 19
Please is there a post graduate work permit or any other kind of permit that allows graduates stay back in north Cyprus to look for a job after graduation?
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 6:45pm On Nov 19
Adeyinka112:
Please is there a post graduate work permit or any other kind of permit that allows graduates stay back in north Cyprus to look for a job after graduation?

No direct postgraduate work permit after graduation currently, meaning after graduation you have 40-60 days legally on the island after then you become illegal.

If you graduate and get a job you will have a work permit from the employer, duration of the permit will be depending on the job type.
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by Mamabearprotect: 1:44pm On Nov 20
Hi guys, can I book a one way ticket on Turkish airline to ercan. I have the Turkish transit visa. Please help answer. Thanks
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 6:37pm On Nov 20
Mamabearprotect:
Hi guys, can I book a one way ticket on Turkish airline to ercan. I have the Turkish transit visa. Please help answer. Thanks

Airport officials at ERCAN do not care if is a single or a return trip ticket you have. So you can book one way, however, will be logical to ask a Turkish airline official at the closest airport to you. Generally, with a T-visa you can come with a single-way ticket.
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 6:38pm On Nov 20
WIP7 among the list of top-ranking global scientists.

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Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by Mahmuday123: 6:23pm On Nov 21
wip7:
WIP7 among the list of top-ranking global scientists.

congrats sir
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by haroldwilly780: 6:29pm On Nov 21
Mahmuday123:
congrats sir
...can't find your name there --all I see is Turkish names ---- and how sure are we you're the one
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 8:19pm On Nov 21
Mahmuday123:
congrats sir

Thank you so much. I appreciate you.
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 9:08pm On Nov 21
haroldwilly780:
...can't find your name there --all I see is Turkish names ---- and how sure are we you're the one

But you will be very sure if the post says WIp7 is among the Scammers, Fraudsters, and Drug-peddlers to be killed soon.......You don't need the name that time just the image will be fine for you to be sure and share the post all over.
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by 9jawear: 1:37am On Nov 22
hello i am looking for expatriates and nigerians in cyprus willing to collaborate with me on doing business in cyprus
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by Mahmuday123: 5:53am On Nov 22
haroldwilly780:
...can't find your name there --all I see is Turkish names ---- and how sure are we you're the one
i understand what you are saying but do you he will try to scam us on this forum
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by haroldwilly780: 7:32am On Nov 22
Mahmuday123:
i understand what you are saying but do you he will try to scam us on this forum
... just my humble opinion. ....
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by Flaame(m): 5:35am On Nov 23
@ Wip7 please what's the validity of the PCR test,I'm afraid mine will exceed limit due to delayed flight,I'm in Cairo now.
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 6:07am On Nov 23
Flaame:
@ Wip7 please what's the validity of the PCR test,I'm afraid mine will exceed limit due to delayed flight,I'm in Cairo now.

120 hrs...

It has to be valid upon arrival
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by Flaame(m): 1:11pm On Nov 23
wip7:


120 hrs...

It has to be valid upon arrival
Okay sir

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Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by lexycool01(m): 8:01pm On Nov 23
@Wip
I want to book a Flight to Nigeria but my passport has expired. Will I be allowed to board.
Thanks
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 10:39pm On Nov 23
lexycool01:
@Wip
I want to book a Flight to Nigeria but my passport has expired. Will I be allowed to board.
Thanks

Yes, you will be allowed if your final destination is Nigeria on that flight.
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by lexycool01(m): 12:38am On Nov 24
wip7:


Yes, you will be allowed if your final destination is Nigeria on that flight.

Sir can I book other airlines or it must be Turkish Airline

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