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I Urgently Want To Travel To Cyprus This Year, How Possible? Suggestions Please / Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 / DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 (2) (3) (4)
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by teewest100: 10:50pm On Jul 26|
transit Visa at the Turkish Embassy and the OKTB sir which one is best to go for, just to avoid wasting money and time, because like you said if you are been denied transit visa, you can’t enroll again for OKTB, then that a waste of money and time, so sir kindly shade more light for us sir
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 9:07am On Jul 27|
Who told you that when you are denied Transit visa you cant enroll for OKTB?
Nobody says that here on this particular THREAD.
Visa and OKTB are two different things that are not related to each other. Visa is issued by the legally authorized embassy after considering your application and other things; the embassy have the right to issue you a visa or deny you a visa even you pay the tuition fee.....they decide who enters their country.
Globally, beign issued a visa by the embassy does not gurantee entry to the country. A visa allow the bearer to travel legally to a foreign country for whatever purposes. The immigration at port of entry determines who enters the country, length of stay and other related stuffs.
OKTB is not a visa but just a service and comes in form of a code on the Ticket not as a sticker on passport and may allow the bearer to board the specific airline. The immigration will determine if such person enters or not.
After you have paid your fees, each university sends details of students that paid to Turkish embassy of their country. The students can check the embassy website and apply for the visa following the procedure stated on the website. Currently, the application for Turkish transit visa can only be submitted physically at the embassy in Abuja for those applying from Nigeria; although a pre-visa must be done online before submitting all the required documentation. Visit the embassy webpage for further directions and updates.
You can also decide based on your personal choice to travel by OKTB. Take note; OKTB is only allowed by Turkish Airline and the traveller that will use this service must adhere to some rules. Most importantly, a return-ticket is required considering the last policy before the pandemic. The traveller must have all the original document like WEAC or NECO for undergraduate while graduate student should have their bachelor degree/polytechnic diploma.
Why people used OKTB?:
some that were denied the Transit visa have made use of OKTB succesfully. Also, some applicant dont have the time and energy to spend at the embassy, hence, just go for OKTB.
So as a student you should decide yourself what you want. Take note, none (visa or OKTB) is 100% guranteed that the bearer will enter the country.
Best wishes as you make your decision.
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 9:23am On Jul 27|
Update (27th July): Students Entrance to North Cyprus In September 2020
In line with the recently held meeting and decision of the TRNC Government, new students from all the countries are allowed to enter North Cyprus from the begining of September with many newly introduced privileges and support from the government under the package called "Student Friendly Island" project.
North Cyprus Student Friendly Island Project Details
Within the scope of the project developed by the TRNC Ministry of National Education and Culture, a bank card will be given to the use of all students studying in TRNC.
With this card:
1. All local and international Transactions can be done.
2. All students will benefit from the Special discount system created in their shopping and spending in TRNC.
3. All new students who will register in 2020-2021 academic session will benefit from 500 TL loaded on the card by the TRNC government
4. All new students can enter with a single PCR test that will be free of charge at Ercan Aiport.
Much updates later...
Interested in studying at TRNC...dont hesitate to contact WIP7....
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by Winifred2015(f): 2:16pm On Jul 27|
Does one need to legalize thr academic transcript for Cyprus school
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by Yampotatocarrot(m): 5:51pm On Jul 27|
Good day, Sir and well done.
Please, how is the medical field in North Cyprus, do they teach in English for Masters?
Also, what countries are easy to migrate to, from there, after studies?
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 7:30pm On Jul 27|
If you mean fields like nursing and pharmacy, medical biotechnology and other medical sciences then, then they are taught in English. Although few universities offer those at graduate level.
If you mean medicine, only two universities for now offer medicine related master program and quite expensive. for instance undergrad medicine per year cost nearly 20,000$ while no school offers master’s degree in medicine and surgery in TRNC for now. Except master in program like health care management that is relatively cheaper.
For medicine and graduate program in medicine I will encourage you to look towards southern America and Caribbean countries they often offer cheaper medical programs and some of these programs align with PLAB and USLME.
Regarding countries that are easy to migrate to after studies; I don’t know what the term easy means in this regard. However, various graduates have migrated to various countries (developed, developing and underdeveloped) after completing their education either immediately or after sometime. We have graduates that have migrated to Kenya, Botswana, Nigeria, China, UK, USA, Tanzania, Canada, Australia, Brazil, Sudan and Jamaica etc. I think migration depends on where you are migrating largely; if you meet the requirements there embassy to submit your application. One thing I notice is that visa processing seems faster from this region compare to some African countries.
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by Yampotatocarrot(m): 10:07pm On Jul 27|
Thanks, I actually meant fields like medical biotechnology and nursing. My challenge might be legalization at the ministries, went that route once and it was really stressful
If you don't mind me asking, what's the likely range of fees for masters in any of these fields?
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by biggeek007: 8:22am On Jul 28|
Good morning Prof,
Will it be possible to come in next month? Can I run OKTB from Benin Republic since Nigeria might not permit international flight anytime soon?
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 8:37am On Jul 28|
You can come to Cyprus from First week of September just like any other students since university starts towards end of September...so no need coming in August by then we are still in summer period.
You may be able to do the OKTB anywhere but I have only done that for my students from Abuja, Dubai and UK for legal resident in those countries. I think it will depend if Turkish airline offer such service from there as you can only use OKTB with Turkish airline.
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by haroldwilly780: 9:42am On Jul 28|
wip7:......what about lagos ?? Is okto board done in lagos?
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 12:25pm On Jul 28|
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by Mamabearprotect: 8:10pm On Jul 29|
Please can anyone guide me on how to book appointment for myself and my family. I am confused about some things
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by CarterPowers(m): 7:29am On Jul 31|
Wip7, please I have a question. A friend of mine who trades forex and earns not less than $1000 is planning to go to CIU for school by February and he plans on continuing his trade while there. My question is, is forex trading legal there? Will the banks become suspicious if he earns that amount per day into his bank account or is it fully legalized?
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 9:30am On Jul 31|
First, anything like yahoo-yahoo and related scams are illegal in Cyprus. Meanwhile, there are numbers of fraudulent people that soil the names of their countries that are into those illegal things in Cyprus and many have been caught, jailed and deported; while some are still going to be caught real soon.
As far as the world is concerned, Forex is not illegal and anybody can trade that in Cyprus provided is the real FOREX. To be specific about your friend, for him to earn 1000$ from forex daily (considering my business experience and investment portfolio); the friend will have at least 40,000$ in his trading account. Also, why would the bank have issues with him? since earnings and trading money is not in the bank but its in the trading account......the trading accounts are not located in the banks so if he earns 30,000$ per month he can always leave it in his trading account or withdraw the ones he needs.
I own e-commerce websites (5 of them now) and sometime we generate sales of more than 30,000$ a month, my profits are all in my credit card processor account and I often withdraw anytime I want directly into my bank accounts, banks has never asked and if they do, I have verified websites and registered company documents and verified biz investment portfolio to show for earnings from my sales.
So the same applies to any legal business like FOREX.......so if your friend earns that much a day, even if bank ask, his real trading account balance and trading earnings will be a proof to his business.
Actually, in Cyprus there are Forex trading stores I have seen more than 10 located in Girne and some in lefkosia where CIU is located ...................
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by Imustreturn(m): 11:46am On Jul 31|
God bless you wip. Just took my time to read through. I grabbed everything you said, it's Crystal clear. I'm planning on applying for UG. I've gotten mails from 2 Schools out of 5. NUP AND EUC. school fees is 7650 and 8790 Euro Respectively. Hoping to gets something lower
If I can get something lower I will be Happy. Naira is just useless but what do we do?
Coming over now, I really don't need any job because it might not really pay my bills. I love doing business buying and selling LEGIT ONES I don't want wahala . And again I love football very much and I will love to meet clubs over there speak to them and become an agent that can bring in African players for the clubs there.
I need little help for a business man like me who wants to study also.
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 1:11pm On Jul 31|
Sounds very good and I wish you the very best!
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by Imustreturn(m): 1:17pm On Jul 31|
wip7:thanks bro I appreciate. Anything you can add is welcome please. I still need more advice please.
Speaking about transit Visa from Turkish embassy is it a must? I need to know what to oktb mean. Thank you sir
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 3:39pm On Jul 31|
From the list of universities you mentioned in your earlier post; those universities are located in south Cyprus.
You have no business with Turkish embassy unless you are heading to North Cyprus and OKTB does not work for south Cyprus.
After payment of tuition fee to the university and meet all the requirements in terms of documents; the university will submit your visa application to the migration department and when approved, you can fly. South Cyprus has mimimum cash amount student must have with them upon arrival which ranges 1500-2000 euros, Your university will inform you of exact amount.
The commonly used airline from Nigeria to south Cyprus is emirate airline and you will need to present your visa approval letter (sent by the Cyprus migration ministry after payment of tuition fee) to them before you can board.
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by Imustreturn(m): 4:08pm On Jul 31|
wip7:I understand bro, I really appreciate. Still looking for something cheaper.
But were can I get a cheaper school? North or South?
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by Imustreturn(m): 11:23pm On Jul 31|
Has anyone applied for Grant before? If yes I need heads up please.
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by Onyinyeuc: 2:33pm On Aug 02|
Plz can i have ur contact or mail me with firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Sounds very good and I wish you the very best! [/quote]
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 3:52pm On Aug 02|
Each of my response, you will see my email address if you are interested to study in Cyprus.
If you want know about Cyprus; you can read the north Cyprus thread part one and this current part two for detailed discussions.
The thread has worthy information regarding living expenses, studies and many more.
Best wishes as you read!
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by Mamabearprotect: 3:16pm On Aug 03|
Good day everyone.. i made an error while filling my visa application online, is it possible for me to cancel the the appointment?
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by jidoex66(m): 11:21pm On Aug 03|
Mamabearprotect:Yes, you can cancel and make a fresh application.
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by Gibsonchidera: 6:30am On Aug 05|
Good day sir,
Please I have few questions
I just got my unconditional acceptance letter some weeks back and I’m going to pay my tuition fee this week into near East university, my first question is.
When I get my unconditional acceptance letter , do I head to the embassy in Abuja to ask for the next steps or is the next step something you can tell me here.
Secondly how long is the appointment duration as to the date of your appointment like do you book it this week and your appointment is next week ?
Thirdly the national airport in Nigeria isn’t open yet, but the school would provide an online platform to have lectures will it be possible to come to Cyprus and continue classes in person despite the fact that you have started as an online student or would it be possible.
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by Yampotatocarrot(m): 8:08am On Aug 05|
Good day, please I just went through EMU website, they don't seem to offer any health/medical sciences course in English.
Can you help out with another North Cyprus university that does so, or correct me if I'm wrong.
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 12:20pm On Aug 05|
EMU offers the following in English:
2. Pharmacy (5 years and 6 years)
3. Molecular biology and genetics
5. Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation
6. Nutrition & Dietetics
7. Dental Medicine
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 12:23pm On Aug 05|
Visit Turkish embassy Abuja Website for detailed procedure about visa application and steps.
About online course platform, send email or call your chosen University to ask direct questions regarding classes and related stuffs. Each university does have international office that responds to direct questions.
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by Gibsonchidera: 12:36pm On Aug 05|
Ok thank you prof
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by Yampotatocarrot(m): 12:44pm On Aug 05|
Please, Sir. I'm asking for M.Sc, not undergraduate
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 4:24pm On Aug 05|
EMU offers Medical Biotechnology in English at master level.
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by Yampotatocarrot(m): 8:38pm On Aug 05|
Waoh, thanks very much, Sir. I'll go back to check it out for the cost and if there is scholarship for it
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