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Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by CarterPowers(m): 6:07pm On Jan 08
wip7:


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.




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.



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!

It does. Thank u sir.

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Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by SeunOSEWApenis(f): 7:33pm On Jan 08
wip7:


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.


Note:

—-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).
it's clearer now.. Thanks

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Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by Mamabearprotect: 8:55am On Jan 09
Mr Wip, please I have an urgent question but your account keeps saying send an e message and I don’t know what that means but I sent it. Can you respond so I can message you. Thank you sir
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 1:43pm On Jan 09
Mamabearprotect:
Mr Wip, please I have an urgent question but your account keeps saying send an e message and I don’t know what that means but I sent it. Can you respond so I can message you. Thank you sir

How can I help ?
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by TheLionsPride: 3:21pm On Jan 09
wip7:


Thank you.

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.
Hello my good brother
Sorry to disturb
Pls do u have an idea of the prerequisites/requirements for these south American schools. Is their admission process tough?...pls remain blessed for your benevolent and philanthropic service to humanity

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: 3:47pm On Jan 09
Hello wip
Sorry to disturb
Pls do you have an idea of the requirements and preriquisites to gain admission in these Southern American schools. Is their admission process easy?. . Remain blessed for ur benevolent and philanthropic services to humanity.
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by TheLionsPride: 6:33am On Jan 10
TheLionsPride:
Hello wip
Sorry to disturb
Pls do you have an idea of the requirements and preriquisites to gain admission in these Southern American schools. Is their admission process easy?. . Remain blessed for ur benevolent and philanthropic services to humanity.

And also is there any affordable good school u can recommend and enlighten me on how one can achieve this purpose...Thanks and God bless bro
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by CarterPowers(m): 2:35pm On Jan 11
wip7:


Thank you.

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$.

Good day mr wip7, please can a first year student in CIU transfer to another university in another country in the second year? Will his grades and cgpa be transferred too?
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 4:42pm On Jan 11
CarterPowers:


Good day mr wip7, please can a first year student in CIU transfer to another university in another country in the second year? Will his grades and cgpa be transferred too?

Cyprus universities and ministries are currently implementing strategies to only admit genuine students that will graduate from Cyprus not the ones that will spend just a semester or one year and transfer from Cyprus to another country.

Hence, If you currently interested in studying in UK, USA, CANADA or any European countries etc....just apply to these countries directly as increasing number of students perceived as non-geinune affects those that wants to study and complete their education in Cyprus.

Some of the proposed policy are:

—-inabilities to transfer grade/courses/transcript
—-consultation with embassies
—-payment of full 4 or 2 years tuition as the case maybe.
——other policies to limit those that will be using Cyprus as transfer zones etc.

So for your specific question; I will advise you to email or call CIU regarding your intention to transfer after 1 year they will be in best position to tell you.

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Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 5:16pm On Jan 11
TheLionsPride:


And also is there any affordable good school u can recommend and enlighten me on how one can achieve this purpose...Thanks and God bless bro

As I had explained above, average medical tuition yearly are:

Cyprus medicine goes 15-20,000$ years

South America: 11-14,000$ / year

USA: 38–68,000$/yearly.


Many students have also found medical studies in Ukrain and Russia cheaper. However, since Russian and Ukrain medical schools are not structured in a way for students to take USLME/PLAB; those degrees receive lower recognition especially in USA, India and UK. There are general complain that they students are not directly exposed to pure medical training etc. Generally any foreign degrees are often acceptable in Africa while some will need to pass national exams.

So when it comes to medical studies; not just the tuition that need to be considered; will it be accepted in my country? Will I receive adequate training and practices ? Will be accepted in major developed nations? Those questions should be focused unlike those going to study tourism or business or engineering...
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by CarterPowers(m): 5:48pm On Jan 11
wip7:


Cyprus universities and ministries are currently implementing strategies to only admit genuine students that will graduate from Cyprus not the ones that will spend just a semester or one year and transfer from Cyprus to another country.

Hence, If you currently interested in studying in UK, USA, CANADA or any European countries etc....just apply to these countries directly as increasing number of students perceived as non-geinune affects those that wants to study and complete their education in Cyprus.

Some of the proposed policy are:

—-inabilities to transfer grade/courses/transcript
—-consultation with embassies
—-payment of full 4 or 2 years tuition as the case maybe.
——other policies to limit those that will be using Cyprus as transfer zones etc.

So for your specific question; I will advise you to email or call CIU regarding your intention to transfer after 1 year they will be in best position to tell you.

OK thanks. What do u mean by payment of the 4 year full tuition? Is that what happens when a student wants to transfer to another country or what?
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by TheLionsPride: 6:51pm On Jan 11
wip7:


As I had explained above, average medical tuition yearly are:

Cyprus medicine goes 15-20,000$ years

South America: 11-14,000$ / year

USA: 38–68,000$/yearly.


Many students have also found medical studies in Ukrain and Russia cheaper. However, since Russian and Ukrain medical schools are not structured in a way for students to take USLME/PLAB; those degrees receive lower recognition especially in USA, India and UK. There are general complain that they students are not directly exposed to pure medical training etc. Generally any foreign degrees are often acceptable in Africa while some will need to pass national exams.

So when it comes to medical studies; not just the tuition that need to be considered; will it be accepted in my country? Will I receive adequate training and practices ? Will be accepted in major developed nations? Those questions should be focused unlike those going to study tourism or business or engineering...
Thanks a lot bro...u virtually captured it all. I appreciate!

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Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by TheLionsPride: 6:52pm On Jan 11
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Thanks slot bro...u virtually captured it all. I appreciate!

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Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by pk2me: 8:37pm On Jan 12
I was given a working visa in South Cyprus, pls how genuine could it be.
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 9:56pm On Jan 12
pk2me:
I was given a working visa in South Cyprus, pls how genuine could it be.

Verify from the consulate in Lagos.
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by pk2me: 8:20am On Jan 13
wip7:


Verify from the consulate in Lagos.
Thanks a lot for your reply but I want to know how the working condition in south Cyprus is and accommodation..
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by manneger2: 5:15pm On Jan 13
CarterPowers:


OK thanks. What do u mean by payment of the 4 year full tuition? Is that what happens when a student wants to transfer to another country or what?
He actually mean north Cyprus is considering making it mandatory for students to pay the full 2 or 4 year master or bachelor academic section in full to discourage people from using thier country to move to another country after 1year of studies

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Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by Decoendowed001(m): 6:39am On Jan 14
wip7:


Yes CIU do.


Can one travel from north cyprus to south easily or is there a need for visa
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by Dapsyn33: 7:34am On Jan 14
Hi guys!I need help,have been giving admission at near east university,I want to no my chances of getting t-visa,(OK to board)at the Turkish embassy,am 30 years old..
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by MYBUSINESSARENA: 8:21am On Jan 14
Hello MR Wip7
First I must commend you on what you are doing, may the good lord be with you.
Sir,
I am an HND graduate "Agric Extension and Management"
33yrs, married with kids.
For the financial implications of studying I believe I can work it out.
But my questions are:
* Can I apply for MSc direct with my HND "UPPER CREDIT" (MSc economics, Management etc)
* Which is preferable Cyprus / TRCN
* What are the options for work will studying
I'll stop here sir, I await your responses, thanks to all the contributors.�
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by Ejeh123: 8:35am On Jan 14
Goodmorning Whip! I just got admission to study at Near east university TRNC,(undergraduate program) I’m 30 years of age. I want to know my chances of getting the Turkish T-visa. Or is it advisable to apply for the Ok to board.?
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 8:58am On Jan 14
Decoendowed001:

Can one travel from north cyprus to south easily or is there a need for visa

If you are European, Cypriot or have passport that is visa free or visa on arrival to Europe—-then you can travel easily. Otherwise you should have visas and no south embassy or consulate in TRNC and Vice versa.
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by Stargpressy: 12:41pm On Jan 14
Congratulations on your admission, please i will like to know when you applied and what program you applied for. also if the application is still open. thanks in advance.
Ejeh123:
Goodmorning Whip! I just got admission to study at Near east university TRNC,(undergraduate program) I’m 30 years of age. I want to know my chances of getting the Turkish T-visa. Or is it advisable to apply for the Ok to board.?
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by jidoex66(m): 12:45pm On Jan 14
Admission is still on for the 2020/2021 Spring semester.
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by CarterPowers(m): 12:46pm On Jan 14
wip7:


If you are European, Cypriot or have passport that is visa free or visa on arrival to Europe—-then you can travel easily. Otherwise you should have visas and no south embassy or consulate in TRNC and Vice versa.

Good morning wip7, please I have a question. My secondary school principal just told me that my waec certificate will be available on February 24th. What I have with me is the statement of result. Should I use that to apply for the admission on the 16th of next month into CIU? Or will it not be accepted at the airport by the officials since I plan on using OK to board? Please I need ur assistance as I don't want to waste my efforts. Thanks sir. And also, do I need to authenticate the result despite using OK to board? Can I present it like that to the immigration officers?
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by Stargpressy: 12:52pm On Jan 14
Thank you. Please do you have idea on amount one must pay to school before arrival?[color=#006600][/color]
jidoex66:
Admission is still on for the 2020/2021 Spring semester.
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 3:06pm On Jan 14
Dapsyn33:
Hi guys!I need help,have been giving admission at near east university,I want to no my chances of getting t-visa,(OK to board)at the Turkish embassy,am 30 years old..

Ejeh123:
Goodmorning Whip! I just got admission to study at Near east university TRNC,(undergraduate program) I’m 30 years of age. I want to know my chances of getting the Turkish T-visa. Or is it advisable to apply for the Ok to board.?

Seems to be the same person with different userIDs. I personally have not worked at the embassy before and visas are issued by the consular office after evaluating your application. I can't comment on the chances of you getting or being rejected a visa; what I can say is the ministry of education and immigration in Cyprus has proposed age limits for undergraduate applicants in certain countries in which Nigeria is inclusive. So most of the universities don't issue admission above the age limit; since you have been admitted you can apply for a visa or OKTB.

Best wishes.
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 3:11pm On Jan 14
CarterPowers:


Good morning wip7, please I have a question. My secondary school principal just told me that my waec certificate will be available on February 24th. What I have with me is the statement of result. Should I use that to apply for the admission on the 16th of next month into CIU? Or will it not be accepted at the airport by the officials since I plan on using OK to board? Please I need ur assistance as I don't want to waste my efforts. Thanks sir. And also, do I need to authenticate the result despite using OK to board? Can I present it like that to the immigration officers?

You have asked this question before on Jan 5th... The answer has not changed on January 14th. Kindly check the previous response.

You can apply for admission anytime with the statement of result and if your result is very new; get the scratch card, the results on your school letterhead with the original stamp, and notarized it, which will be fine with OKtb. Since the certificate will be out on 24th Feb, then no issues. Take note OKTB rules are not fixed so it changes based on the time of flying.

Best wishes
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 3:20pm On Jan 14
MYBUSINESSARENA:
Hello MR Wip7
First I must commend you on what you are doing, may the good lord be with you.
Sir,
I am an HND graduate "Agric Extension and Management"
33yrs, married with kids.
For the financial implications of studying I believe I can work it out.
But my questions are:
* Can I apply for MSc direct with my HND "UPPER CREDIT" (MSc economics, Management etc)

CIU admits students with HND for a master's program and you may have to take foundation courses and pay for them.

* Which is preferable Cyprus / TRCN

Preferable in terms of what? South Cyprus does not admit HND for master directly.

* What are the options for work will studying

Jobs are scarce in both TRNC and South Cyprus. Both countries are mainly for studies only, while some students have found jobs the salaries can only be for some supports. All students are advised to have full tuition or a stable sponsor.


I'll stop here sir, I await your responses, thanks to all the contributors.�

Best wishes
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by CarterPowers(m): 3:30pm On Jan 14
wip7:


You have asked this question before on Jan 5th... The answer has not changed on January 14th. Kindly check the previous response.

You can apply for admission anytime with the statement of result and if your result is very new; get the scratch card, the results on your school letterhead with the original stamp, and notarized it, which will be fine with OKtb. Since the certificate will be out on 24th Feb, then no issues. Take note OKTB rules are not fixed so it changes based on the time of flying.

Best wishes


OK thank u sir. I will apply with the statement of result from my high school. It has my principal's signature and everything. I'll notarize and attest it at the ministries. But i will still be getting a scratch card since the result is a 2016 one. I really hope CIU accepts it during registration proper and all goes well. When I travel back to Nigeria in august, I'll retrieve the original from the school. Hope that will be fine, sir?
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 4:11pm On Jan 14
CarterPowers:


OK thank u sir. I will apply with the statement of result from my high school. It has my principal's signature and everything. I'll notarize and attest it at the ministries. But i will still be getting a scratch card since the result is a 2016 one. I really hope CIU accepts it during registration proper and all goes well. When I travel back to Nigeria in august, I'll retrieve the original from the school. Hope that will be fine, sir?

Usually, the university will give you a form for missing original documents and time to supply the original documents which often ranges from 1-3 months.
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by CarterPowers(m): 4:18pm On Jan 14
wip7:


Usually, the university will give you a form for missing original documents and time to supply the original documents which often ranges from 1-3 months.

3 months? But I won't be back in Nigeria till vacation. What will I do then sir?

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