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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 jidoex66(m): 9:37am On Dec 15, 2020|
Domarion25:It might not be something serious , I once have a Cameroonian friend that was referred to state hospital as well , he was told at state hospital that he had anger in his system and was recommended a drug that’s all. It’s not always something that serious.
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by Domarion25: 10:15am On Dec 15, 2020|
Are you very sure? Do they deport hepatitis B?
I am just very worried.
It might not be something serious , I once have a Cameroonian friend that was referred to state hospital as well , he was told at state hospital that he had anger in his system and was recommended a drug that’s all. It’s not always something that serious.[/quote]
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by Winifred2015(f): 6:52pm On Dec 15, 2020|
I just got my conditional letter from Cyprus Science University..... Please @wip am I good to go? Do I go ahead and pay?
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by jidoex66(m): 7:46am On Dec 16, 2020|
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 11:26am On Dec 16, 2020|
I really don't understand your questions. I will be able to answer if I get the question correctly. You applied to CSU and got admitted...I believe the university has the bank details on the acceptance letter and other details. But what you mean with "Do I go ahead and pay?"
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 11:32am On Dec 16, 2020|
I have replied to your private message also (am repeating here) as Jioeex66 has done, sometimes during the analyses they find something manageable and you will be placed on some drugs or do further checks. If it is not manageable or its an HIV, you will be deported but that's not the end of the world. Go and get the stuff done, no need to be terrified.
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by Winifred2015(f): 8:38pm On Dec 16, 2020|
wip7:oh sorry I meant do I go ahead to pay, has I don't really see people talking about CSU on nairaland
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 9:46pm On Dec 16, 2020|
CSU was established in 2014 and currently owned by Istanbul Aydin University of Turkey, it is a small university accredited both by Cypriot and Turkish education ministries. I used to be a vice-dean of Engineering at CSU. Nairaland talks should not be the Yardstick for you to select a university as nearly 98% of comments on NL regarding universities in TRNC are made by random people most are mainly prospective students and some current students and agents. You can read more about the university, email, or call the university to inquire further about its standard, facilities, recognition, teaching quality, and many more to make your decisions. You can also check their Facebook to get direct contact with the student of the university.
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 8:15pm On Dec 20, 2020|
Updates on TRNC Quarantine and fees
Students will be exempted from the PCR Test and Quarantine fees payment. As of 14th December 2020, 10 days quarantine will be applied. PCR test results received 4 or more days prior to the travel will not be valid on the arrival to the country. Individuals who present such kind of test results will not be able to enter the country. The traveling date for connecting flights is the date of the first flight.
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by psylliumhusk1: 9:26pm On Dec 28, 2020|
Compliments. Pl ease is the best way to send food stuff to my brother studying in EMU?
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 2:13am On Dec 29, 2020|
There are food stores in Cyprus both local and African food stores to buy, specifically in Famagusta where EMU is located. It will be costly for you to send and maybe seized at airports as they may need some tests done on the food samples which are required to be attached to the food. Let your brother buy the food in Cyprus, so send him the money to do that; otherwise you can give someone traveling to Cyprus the foodstuffs.
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by kennyblack94: 9:19pm On Dec 29, 2020|
wip7:Hello I’m interested in spring admission Turkey,what’s the minimum budget I can work with.
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by psylliumhusk1: 11:58pm On Dec 29, 2020|
Thank you Sir
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 1:24am On Dec 30, 2020|
Undergraduate is 4600$ per year and master is 6000$ entire program.
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by Oloshotoclassy: 12:27am On Jan 04|
Can I contact you privately?
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by CarterPowers(m): 9:03am On Jan 05|
Good day Sir. Please will the admission still be open for CIU on February 16? I plan on applying then since my fees will be complete by then. Can I fly through OK to board since by that time, I won't be able to process the visa in time? And also, if I fly via oktb, when I arrive the island, will I be issued a student visa immediately after my fees are confirmed or will I be asked to go through the normal visa process there also( providing documents like bank statement, yellow card and so on)?
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 4:09pm On Jan 05|
Remember studying abroad means paying tuition fees, accommodation, living, and maintenance expenses. If you are certain you will have all the mentioned fees+expenses that will cover you 1-2 years of studies by Feb, then you can apply before then and make payment by Feb 16th. If you don't have all the mentioned fees, just relax till you have it or get the necessary sponsorship.
Can I fly through OK to board since, by that time, I won't be able to process the visa in time?OKTB has rules determined largely by the airline, so a traveler will need to abide by that rule at the time of flying which I don't know what rule will apply in Feb. Take note, OKTB often more expensive, and the previous rule demand you have a return ticket and the cost of processing the OKTB is not fixed but depends on who processes it.
And also, if I fly via oktb, when I arrive on the island, will I be issued a student visa immediately after my fees are confirmed or will I be asked to go through the normal visa process there also (providing documents like bank statement, yellow card and so on)?
When you arrive in Cyprus as a student either[b] through OKTB or a Turkish transit visa[/b], students need to complete their registration with the university then apply for a student residency permit (meaning you are not going to apply for any student visa as the permit allows you to stay according to its validity) which is currently renewable yearly. You don't need a bank statement or yellow card to do that, for the residency permit; all applicants apply online and submit medical test results and follow the rest of the procedure.
I hope that answers your queries.
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by CarterPowers(m): 4:20pm On Jan 05|
It does sir. Thank u so much.
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by TheLionsPride: 2:06am On Jan 06|
I commend you for your humanitarian assistance to helpless masses
But pls....Can a 33 year Old registered nurse with about 10yrs of experience study medicine in cyprus?[b][/b]
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 1:59pm On Jan 06|
Although the undergraduate age limit in Cyprus is 25-27 years, being a registered nurse with verifiable work experience, some universities may want to waive the limitation. So it may be possible if all the documents and CV are presented; the tuition is 15-20,000$/year.
Considering the cost and the adopted USLME and PLAB training protocols in South American medical universities; I will rather suggest the 33-year-old registered nurse with 10 years of experience to take the medical studies in South America Universities. They also have an age limit, however, such a student can be admitted into 4 years doctor of medicine (MD) program with possible clinical rotations in the USA, Caribbean, Asia etc. The tuition fee a year here ranges from 11-14,000$.
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by TheLionsPride: 8:32pm On Jan 06|
wip7:God bless you bro. Those South American uni...do they reqire all these ielts,tofel etc?
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 8:38pm On Jan 06|
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by SeunOSEWApenis(f): 9:17pm On Jan 06|
wip7:good day Sir,
I studied soil science, is it possible to study an MSc course like computer programming or information technology in cyprus with my previous degree?
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 8:14am On Jan 07|
No, undergrad courses in Soil Science are distinctly unrelated to IT/computer Science.
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by PotentialNurse: 5:44pm On Jan 07|
I submitted my application for EMU on the 20th of October, I just checked my application portal now and saw that I got accepted by the IGSR today, although I haven’t gotten any mail from the university not even when I submitted my application. What are the next steps for me to take?
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 7:29pm On Jan 07|
The university will send you email on steps and procedures to take.
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by PotentialNurse: 9:26am On Jan 08|
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by SeunOSEWApenis(f): 11:31am On Jan 08|
wip7:OK tnx.. I looked at CIU and their tuition fees but I'm kinda confused, I made a calculation of £1916. My confusion is will this fee be paid every semester or is it the fee for the entire year?
I'll be grateful if you could help me understand it better.
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 12:14pm On Jan 08|
CIU undergrad fee/year for academic year 2021 is 2551 euro + VAT.
CIU master program if such master does not have a foundation course (deficiency courses) to complete before the master = 3141 euro + VAT (whole fees).
If the master student will need to take some foundation courses, each cost 120 euros.
—-Above is one academic year undergraduate fee.
——Above fees is for a full master program .
——Above fees exclude accommodation, living and maintanence fees.
—-These fees are actually 20% discounted because of pandemic, an undergrad is generally 4 years; meaning if the pandemic is over the above fees can go back to its previous level (20% more).
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by CarterPowers(m): 12:23pm On Jan 08|
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by CarterPowers(m): 12:27pm On Jan 08|
Sir, please what's the least amount of cash a student can bring in? And will the students pay for the hotel fees during the quarantine? Also, how long will a student that paid for the full package stay before he or she is given his or her accommodation in the dorm and before he or she starts eating in the cafeteria? Is it immediately after the quarantine or when?
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 3:35pm On Jan 08|
The least amount is 1$ if such student already paid for tuition and accommodation before arrival. However, considering the fact that upon arrival students will need to buy a new sim card, buy some cooking kinds of stuff, or eat out, take a taxi, pay for medical tests and get some textbooks etc; from 1000-50,000$ will be fine to sort all possible things and be on a safer side. Also, sending money these days from Nigeria to abroad seems to get difficult as most banks will require a sender to get foreign currency which is now high on in black markets...while some banks may be able to process naira to USD/euro/GBP via Form A but this may take a long period and can put a new student into a real problem. So go as much as you can to cover immediate expenses.
And will the students pay for the hotel fees during the quarantine?
Currently, students are exempted from quarantined payments. Take note; the rules change all time. TRNC is waiting for vaccines according to recent rules so when it comes the rule can change as well.
Also, how long will a student that paid for the full package stay before he or she is given his or her accommodation in the dorm and before he or she starts eating in the cafeteria? Is it immediately after the quarantine or when?
This question is specific. Only the concerned university can answer that. On a general note from quarantine, students are delivered to or leave for their accommodation. You can email your university for a direct answer to this.
I hope this helps!
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