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Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 6:51am On Nov 24, 2020
lexycool01:


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

You can book other airlines; the main thing is your final destination must be Nigeria. Also, ensure the other airline tag your checked in baggage directly to Nigeria.
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 10:02am On Nov 24, 2020
Academic success can spark others—Wip7 is here.

Success is like a chain formed from droplets of conversed inputs; is not a coincidence it will require efforts and dedication and laser focus.

Best wishes all and success in all will do... I hope this inspires someone here!

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Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by SHeyman94: 2:52am On Nov 28, 2020
Good morning Sir @Wip7, I trust you're staying safe? I will like to inquire about the spring semester. Is admission open for the spring semester at CIU?
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 9:23am On Nov 28, 2020
SHeyman94:
Good morning Sir @Wip7, I trust you're staying safe? I will like to inquire about the spring semester. Is admission open for the spring semester at CIU?

Good day!

Yes is opened now.
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by SHeyman94: 9:25am On Nov 28, 2020
wip7:


Good day!

Yes is opened now.

Ok, Thank you, sir
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by solidworks(m): 8:50am On Nov 29, 2020
haroldwilly780:
...can't find your name there --all I see is Turkish names ---- and how sure are we you're the one
you guys are the black sheep in Nigeria, if someone bring down himself to help the less privilege, you will think he is in your class. he is a Diamond not to Nigeria alone but to the world. i am writing a review paper i can't remember logging in on a social site, makes me wonder what is Mr Wip7 made off, that he has time to assist people achieve their goals and still has time for his tight schedule. God bless him.

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Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 9:20am On Nov 30, 2020
Admission for spring semester is open

For those interested in studying in Cyprus and Turkey admission is opened for February 2021.

For those with very good grades (CGPA) in undergrad; may get 100% for PhD at EMU.

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Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by CarterPowers(m): 11:36am On Dec 01, 2020
wip7:
Admission for spring semester is open

For those interested in studying in Cyprus and Turkey admission is opened for February 2021.

For those with very good grades (CGPA) in undergrad; may get 100% for PhD at EMU.


Hello sir. I just found out that university of Nicosia accepts bitcoin as tuition payment. Does CIU accept too? To pay for the complete package? Must I pay via the bank? That takes a lot of time.
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 10:09pm On Dec 01, 2020
CarterPowers:


Hello sir. I just found out that university of Nicosia accepts bitcoin as tuition payment. Does CIU accept too? To pay for the complete package? Must I pay via the bank? That takes a lot of time.

Yeah University of Nicosia takes bitcoin since almost 5 years now...no university in the north Cyprus that currently takes bitcoin. So CIU does not. You can pay cash if you in Cyprus otherwise via the bank ...or online via CIU payment gateway
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by Kj40: 5:52pm On Dec 02, 2020
wip7:
Admission for spring semester is open

For those interested in studying in Cyprus and Turkey admission is opened for February 2021.

For those with very good grades (CGPA) in undergrad; may get 100% for PhD at EMU.


Prof,
Pls I will like to know the cheapest tuition fees for Master progu in Turkey on your list. For February intake
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 7:18am On Dec 03, 2020
Kj40:


Prof,
Pls I will like to know the cheapest tuition fees for Master progu in Turkey on your list. For February intake

Hello,

The cheapest is 5000$ for entire program and initial payment is 1000$ to the university before arrival for visa purpose.
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 4:13pm On Dec 04, 2020
EMU Undergraduate Students Have received Half a million investment in the Recently launched App

EMU has a technopark for any students/staff that want to turn their skills, experience, and knowledge into business. This is the way to go and you can also do it.

Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by Akande005: 7:45pm On Dec 05, 2020
@wip7 Good day I really ur sincere and insightful advice and guidance.
I need ur sincere advise on this.
I am 35 married with a less than almost a year baby
I have a BSc. 2 1 Biochem currently working with a Pharmaceutical company as a QC Chemical Analyst with four concrete years experience. My wife hold Bsc. Eco(ed) 2 1 too. With a savings of 2M and some pos outlets. We are planning to move to Cyprus to study for MSc. And PhD. then move to Canada. How feasible is this for us and How can we go about our admission into a good school there and hope of survival to work there as well. It's really a tough decision. Pls kindly advise
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by Akande005: 7:45pm On Dec 05, 2020
I am waiting eagerly for ur advise
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by Desjen: 11:21am On Dec 06, 2020
Hi. @wip7 please is it possible for a 39 year old to apply and study for a Bachelor's degree in North Cyprus?
Also what are the options for someone with a Bachelor's degree "Pass" to do Masters? Is there a PGD route to achieving that in any of the schools on the island?
Please reply as soon as possible. Thank you
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 12:30pm On Dec 06, 2020
Akande005:
@wip7 Good day I really ur sincere and insightful advice and guidance.
I need ur sincere advise on this.
I am 35 married with a less than almost a year baby
I have a BSc. 2 1 Biochem currently working with a Pharmaceutical company as a QC Chemical Analyst with four concrete years experience. My wife hold Bsc. Eco(ed) 2 1 too. With a savings of 2M and some pos outlets. We are planning to move to Cyprus to study for MSc. And PhD. then move to Canada. How feasible is this for us and How can we go about our admission into a good school there and hope of survival to work there as well. It's really a tough decision. Pls kindly advise

Hi,

If your intention is to go to Canada, you can directly apply to Canada via the permanent residency route or via a university for a master's program. On average, a master's program in public universities will cost 5400 $ a year and mostly is 2 years program. This excludes accommodation and living expenses. Some of the unis have a number of graduate teaching/research opportunities available and your potential supervisor may have funding from their research grants for eligible students.

If you plan to come to Cyprus first. For a master program, EMU being reputable regarding research and international ranking may be suitable for you and your family, however, EMU does not offer a master program in Biochem and the average master program cost totally 6,700$ at EMU. You may be able to get a master's program in Biochem or related fields at Near east University which should cost you around 5000$ totally.

Financial implication:
If you are going to Canada as a family with a total of 2 Mill Naira (approx 5300$ currently) in a practical sense it will not be enough for studies... this is based on my personal experience anyway even though my province is cheaper over there and I don't have any intension to do crude/survival jobs but if you find such survival job there is legal time allowed for students to work that may limit your earning..... I personally can't say if that will be okay but if you have funding from the university will make better sense.

Also, for Cyprus. A total of 2 Mill Naira (approx 5300$ currently) will not be sufficient only for you alone as that is not enough to pay tuition fee, how about accommodation and living expenses? You may be able to get research funding or a Grad assistant position at the university even though it's competitive and may only cover a little.

My suggestion:

I will advise only you to start the academic journey (while your wife continues her business/job) and ensure you raise your current fund to double or more before embarking even if you get a scholarship. After arrival, you can understand things yourself, evaluate the expenses personally, and tally it with your current family need. After then you can make a decision for your wife to join you when you are stable and can support the family and move forward. Living a survival life abroad is kind of thermodynamically nonsensical to me; however, some prefer to live such a life....so you decide what life you want by the way. Some will tell you to pray over it and it will work out, that's non-spontaneous things to do; rather do proper maths and evaluate your chances based on your experience, skills, and available funds.

On a positive note, if you raise your finance and wish to come to Cyprus you can and start your master and at the same time start the Canadian PR journey and that can work concurrently since you already have work experience, by the time you end your master if that is already ready you can move or continue.

Best wishes

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Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 12:33pm On Dec 06, 2020
Desjen:
Hi. @wip7 please is it possible for a 39 year old to apply and study for a Bachelor's degree in North Cyprus?
Also what are the options for someone with a Bachelor's degree "Pass" to do Masters? Is there a PGD route to achieving that in any of the schools on the island?
Please reply as soon as possible. Thank you

The age limit for undergrad is maximum of 27 years.

I can't remember the system in Nigeria but I think a pass grade is less than a third class right? If yes, EMU only accepts 2.2 grade. While CIU is likely to accept such a person.
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by Desjen: 1:48pm On Dec 06, 2020
wip7:


The age limit for undergrad is maximum of 27 years.

I can't remember the system in Nigeria but I think a pass grade is less than a third class right? If yes, EMU only accepts 2.2 grade. While CIU is likely to accept such a person.

Thank you
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by Flaame(m): 1:06am On Dec 10, 2020
Good morning sir Wip,please is it true that the TRNC government now let's incoming individuals from foreign country be quarantined only for seven(7) days and at from their pocket?
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by jidoex66(m): 4:54am On Dec 10, 2020
Flaame:
Good morning sir Wip,please is it true that the TRNC government now let's incoming individuals from foreign country be quarantined only for seven(7) days and at from their pocket?
Yes it’s now 7 days quarantine and you will show receipt of payment at Istanbul. The amount is 2555Tl.
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by Flaame(m): 6:29am On Dec 10, 2020
jidoex66:

Yes it’s now 7 days quarantine and you will show receipt of payment at Istanbul. The amount is 2555Tl.
Seems like students are exempted.
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by terrywales: 12:12pm On Dec 10, 2020
[b][/b]Sir,
My brother got admitted in European university of lefke but his visa expired due to covid outbreak...

He was advised to registered on line this November..

He was given student no and course adviser on line..

Now that we wants to renew his visa, I tried to request for student letter but the adviser said I should contact the student affairs but all the effort to contact them for the student letter proved abortive ..

Sir, how do I go about the visa renewal...

Or should I opt for oktb...

Thanks
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 8:55pm On Dec 10, 2020
terrywales:
Sir,
My brother got admitted in European university of lefke but his visa expired due to covid outbreak...
He was advised to registered on line this November..
He was given student no and course adviser on line..
Now that we wants to renew his visa, I tried to request for student letter but the adviser said I should contact the student affairs but all the effort to contact them for the student letter proved abortive ..
Sir, how do I go about the visa renewal...
Or should I opt for oktb...
Thanks

You need to contact the University, call the telephone number in the admission letter, find an email of their registrar, and let them renew the admission letter for 2021 Spring that's when you can apply for a visa for February 2021 because if the university does not send his details to an embassy he will not be able to get a visa and also his details must be updated with immigration even if you want to use OKTB.

So get that sorted.
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by jidoex66(m): 2:54pm On Dec 11, 2020
Flaame:
Seems like students are exempted.
No exemption for this new rule, 2 of my students who just came in this week Both pay.
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by jidoex66(m): 10:01am On Dec 12, 2020
Admission for spring semester is now open @Cyprus International University CIU.
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by OfficialZamy(m): 8:37pm On Dec 13, 2020
Hi sir
Do CIU offer Medicine or Medical related courses?
How much should I be budgeting for both traveling, school fees, feeding and accommodation etc?
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by Winifred2015(f): 9:06am On Dec 14, 2020
Please how do I begin visa application to North Cyprus
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 2:27pm On Dec 14, 2020
Winifred2015:
Please how do I begin visa application to North Cyprus

Ensure you have received your acceptance letter for the next entry, have your payment confirmation, passport biodata page ready, travel insurance etc.

Visit the website and follow those red arrows by filling and uploading the requested documents in the Pre-visa form. After then select the appointment day and go to Abuja with all the documents.

Best wishes

Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by jidoex66(m): 5:54am On Dec 15, 2020
OfficialZamy:
Hi sir
Do CIU offer Medicine or Medical related courses?
How much should I be budgeting for both traveling, school fees, feeding and accommodation etc?

CIU offers medicine but it’s expensive as it has no scholarships at all, it’s 12300 euro per session, there are related medical courses like pharmacy, nursing within the 3000 euro range. Budget will varies depending on your initial School fees deposit, for medicine it’s 2500 euro while other courses 1000 euro.
So for the budget, you have to consider different things, will you be staying on campus ?Hostels in CIU varies from around 1000 euro to 6000 euro per session exclusive of feeding while rents in lefkosa varies from say 200 pounds for a studio or 1+1 to 350/400 pounds for a 3+1. Just know the program you intend doing and accommodation type to help in better calculations.
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by Domarion25: 8:47am On Dec 15, 2020
@wip7 please i would like to ask this question, Help me oooo. I am currently in Northcyprus and i went to do my medicals to collect temporary residence permit, After the test i was told i would react to something in 3days and if i dont then i am fine. I asked for my result but wasnt given and was told i will receive a message. I received a message that i must apply to the third floor of basic health services department in 3 days. Please help what does this mean?
Hope its not that there is an issue with my health and they want to deport or something. I am terrified and don't know what to do. Anyone here to help or advise me...

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