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Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by BrainArch: 2:46pm On May 16
[quote author=wip7 post=101642664][/quote]
Thanks for your reply. Am changing to summer which like you said starts July. I won’t mind traveling may or June that will give time to explore the environment
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by Flaame(m): 3:44pm On May 18
BrainArch:

Thanks for your reply. Am changing to summer which like you said starts July. I won’t mind traveling may or June that will give time to explore the environment
There's really nothing in this country,don't rush things,if you don't have a sponsor or personal sufficient money,don't come please. I am being 101% honest.

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Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by vansledge(m): 7:18am On May 20
Wip7 thanks for the great job you have been doing.
Pls I have some issues on this admission things.
I wish to apply to Fredrick University for an msc but the is no direct link for the application, and one of the school rep is still insisting on IELTS meanwhile from the school website it's not a requirement.
I don't know if you can help me on how I can apply directly or anything.
Thanks
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 9:31am On May 20
vansledge:
Wip7 thanks for the great job you have been doing.
Pls I have some issues on this admission things.
I wish to apply to Fredrick University for an msc but the is no direct link for the application, and one of the school rep is still insisting on IELTS meanwhile from the school website it's not a requirement.
I don't know if you can help me on how I can apply directly or anything.
Thanks

On the website there is admission process follow the process and fill the application form then send to the email on the application form.

Attached is the requirements.

Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by vansledge(m): 11:00am On May 20
wip7:


On the website there is admission process follow the process and fill the application form then send to the email on the application form.

Attached is the requirements.


Thanks will do just that so I can get reply from them direct
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by lankygold1: 10:24pm On May 21
Please my nephew is currently in north cyprus. We are planning to get in to go further his education in the Uk,i want to know if it is possible to apply for student visa from there or he has to come back to Nigeria? he will use his dad account that lives in the Uk,he doesn't have bank account in North cyprus. Thanks
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 8:18am On May 22
lankygold1:
Please my nephew is currently in north cyprus. We are planning to get in to go further his education in the Uk,i want to know if it is possible to apply for student visa from there or he has to come back to Nigeria? he will use his dad account that lives in the Uk,he doesn't have bank account in North cyprus. Thanks

He can apply for UK student visa from North Cyprus. No interviews; he will only fill the form online and submit supporting documents and biometric at their office.
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by CryptoRepublic1: 2:58pm On May 22
Why North guys?I think that most of the actions are in the south. Chances of getting a better life is definitely not in the north.

I'm probably visiting South soon anyway.
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by Clue188: 8:17am On May 23
Hello, good morning. Please I had an agent who applied for Cyprus International university for me and I was given admission at the school. I've also paid for the acceptance fee but the issue I'm having now is that my lecture is to start by September this year and I want to know if I can leave before next month June. Please is it possible to leave by June while my lecture starts by September? I also want to know if the school will be the one to send a departure date for me or I will be the one to chose the date I will leave to cyprus because my agent told me that it is the school that will give a date I will travel to Cyprus. Please I need respond as soon as possible. Thank you sir/ma
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by Clue188: 8:24am On May 23
Also in my waec result my date of birth shows 1996 while in my International passport it shows 1994 I hope it wont affect my travelling in anyway. Please I need answers. Thank you very much sir/ma
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 8:40am On May 23
Clue188:
Hello, good morning. Please I had an agent who applied for Cyprus International university for me and I was given admission at the school. I've also paid for the acceptance fee but the issue I'm having now is that my lecture is to start by September this year and I want to know if I can leave before next month June. Please is it possible to leave by June while my lecture starts by September? I also want to know if the school will be the one to send a departure date for me or I will be the one to chose the date I will leave to cyprus because my agent told me that it is the school that will give a date I will travel to Cyprus. Please I need respond as soon as possible. Thank you sir/ma

First, the university will not announce the date god you to depart, however, university advise all new students only to arrive just few weeks (1-2 weeks) to the start of their semester.

One important thing to note is that, all students must have a legal resident permit which you can only apply after the university completely registered you into the immigration database. The university will only register new students completely when that semester starts.

To answer your question: before pandemic; university and immigration will only allow any new students arrive the country 1-3 weeks to start of the course/semester.

Due to pandemic; this rule has been relaxed since education is mostly online. But the question still remains why coming to Cyprus in June when your semester starts in September? The country is still partly locked due to pandemic, house rent and living expenses are on the high side. Jobs are scarce so what is motivating you to come early ? To enjoy the summer hot sun or the clean beach? Which will likely be closed to avoid virus spreading.

Best wishes!
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by lankygold1: 8:18pm On May 23
wip7:


He can apply for UK student visa from North Cyprus. No interviews; he will only fill the form online and submit supporting documents and biometric at their office.

Thanks,i hope he can use a Uk bank account in Cyprus.
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by BrainArch: 6:04am On May 24
Flaame:
There's really nothing in this country,don't rush things,if you don't have a sponsor or personal sufficient money,don't come please. I am being 101% honest.
being honest is to tell me to move out this country ASAP ok. There’s nothing anywhere just land and water.. what you make out of it is what matters. Same thing was said about traveling to USA even UK. All to myself. Shay nah me find admission, pay school fees, buy bag for myself. Am 101%sure of leaving this country. I WILL SURVIVE BROS. Israel have been a desert and still better with our oil join..BROS.. look... as far as your eyes can see

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Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 2:19pm On May 24
New TRNC/Turkey Visa Center in Lagos

Applicants living in Lagos or nearby can now apply at the Voya Visa center for a TRNC student visa.

Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by Vita4reel: 11:36am On May 25
Good morning guys, my brother Inlaw got an admission into one of the university in Cyprus, the agent told him that he will get is student visa on arrival at the point of entry, please I need more clarity on this. I want to know how true it is.
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by Styluss(f): 12:01pm On May 25
wip7:
New TRNC/Turkey Visa Center in Lagos

Applicants living in Lagos or nearby can now apply at the Voya Visa center for a TRNC student visa.

hello sir ... Pls I sent a mail concerning turkey.. pls kindly reply
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by CryptoRepublic1: 12:21pm On May 25
BrainArch:
being honest is to tell me to move out this country ASAP ok. There’s nothing anywhere just land and water.. what you make out of it is what matters. Same thing was said about traveling to USA even UK. All to myself. Shay nah me find admission, pay school fees, buy bag for myself. Am 101%sure of leaving this country. I WILL SURVIVE BROS. Israel have been a desert and still better with our oil join..BROS.. look... as far as your eyes can see

Until suffer hit you in a foreign land,then you'll realise that when monkey said from east to west home is the best,she was telling the truth.

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Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 4:22pm On May 25
Vita4reel:
Good morning guys, my brother Inlaw got an admission into one of the university in Cyprus, the agent told him that he will get is student visa on arrival at the point of entry, please I need more clarity on this. I want to know how true it is.

Visit Turkish visa center in Lagos or ABUJA to apply for a visa it cost 100$ For now.
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by uzoway17(m): 5:47am On May 26
Hello wip7, please I'd like to reach out to you privately. If I can get an email or contact number, I will really appreciate. Thanks!
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.
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 6:04am On May 26
uzoway17:
Hello wip7, please I'd like to reach out to you privately. If I can get an email or contact number, I will really appreciate. Thanks!

Just go to my profile and PM. Or find my email in the signature!
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by mekanta7(m): 1:09pm On May 26
Asking for a friend... Azerbaijan and North Cyprus which is better?
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 4:42pm On May 26
mekanta7:
Asking for a friend... Azerbaijan and North Cyprus which is better?
grin grin grin
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by lexuswagon: 3:03pm On May 29
wip7:

grin grin grin
Good day Prof, pls I have a question. I was offered admission in NEU and on the conditional acceptance letter it states that
"You will be required to take Language Proficiency Exam and only after successfully passing this exam will you proceed Master
Program".
My question is do I need to take this exam as English is what I had my undergraduate degree in?
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 3:24pm On May 29
lexuswagon:
Good day Prof, pls I have a question. I was offered admission in NEU and on the conditional acceptance letter it states that
"You will be required to take Language Proficiency Exam and only after successfully passing this exam will you proceed Master
Program".
My question is do I need to take this exam as English is what I had my undergraduate degree in?

Yea all new students who are not native speakers take the entry English test. For any Nigerian; it’s easiest test which is just basic but I have seen a recent trend that even many Nigerian failed the test and the university sends them to English preparatory school.

If you have English test scores you will be exempted, otherwise you will take the test before you are fully registered.

Best wishes!
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by lexuswagon: 3:55pm On May 29
wip7:


Yea all new students who are not native speakers take the entry English test. For any Nigerian; it’s easiest test which is just basic but I have seen a recent trend that even many Nigerian failed the test and the university sends them to English preparatory school.

If you have English test scores you will be exempted, otherwise you will take the test before you are fully registered.

Best wishes!
OK thanks. I fully understand

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Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by iyb(m): 1:55am On May 31
Prof @wip7 good day hope you are doing well. I have a small question don't know if you have a solution for me, I am graduate of EMU and wish to have my credentials evaluated by WES. Please do you know how one can request for his official transcripts and diploma supplement to be forwarded to WES if the person is no longer in TRNC.
Thank You
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 4:58am On May 31
iyb:
Prof @wip7 good day hope you are doing well. I have a small question don't know if you have a solution for me, I am graduate of EMU and wish to have my credentials evaluated by WES. Please do you know how one can request for his official transcripts and diploma supplement to be forwarded to WES if the person is no longer in TRNC.
Thank You

It’s easy, all emu graduates are issued alumni email address and you can easily use this email to request for that. If you did not activate this email, You have two options:

1. Direct option: Fill the WES form with all the details, sign it and email it to the registrar office. There is a person that handles this; they will tell you how much it cost for official transcript and how much to post it to WES and means of payment. So go ahead and pay; ensure you ask when it will be sent and if there are any tracking (generally they used normal post office for cheapest option which cost less but you may request them use MNG OR Aras Kargo which is faster but more expensive).

You may first contact the registration office via email first for the procedure to request your transcript and send to WES; they may already have a template and procedure to take.


2. Indirect option: if you still have a friend or someone you know at EMU; send the filled WES form to them person; email EMU registrar office and copied the friend email. Let the person follow up for WES transcript sending; this may be faster but may be expensive if you are to pay the person for follow up.

Generally EMU is fast and already be doing this process for ages so you won’t have issues with that.

When I did mine in 2015, I used MNG kargo to WES Canada it cost me 50$ and arrived 4 days after and emu charged 100 TL for official transcript then. Now transcript might have increased to 150 TL (am unsure) and MNG kargo is around 70$ to Canada/USA as of 2 months ago while post office will cost just 30 TL and takes 15-30 days to arrive.
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by iyb(m): 8:46am On May 31
wip7:


It’s easy, all emu graduates are issued alumni email address and you can easily use this email to request for that. If you did not activate this email, You have two options:

1. Direct option: Fill the WES form with all the details, sign it and email it to the registrar office. There is a person that handles this; they will tell you how much it cost for official transcript and how much to post it to WES and means of payment. So go ahead and pay; ensure you ask when it will be sent and if there are any tracking (generally they used normal post office for cheapest option which cost less but you may request them use MNG OR Aras Kargo which is faster but more expensive).

You may first contact the registration office via email first for the procedure to request your transcript and send to WES; they may already have a template and procedure to take.


2. Indirect option: if you still have a friend or someone you know at EMU; send the filled WES form to them person; email EMU registrar office and copied the friend email. Let the person follow up for WES transcript sending; this may be faster but may be expensive if you are to pay the person for follow up.

Generally EMU is fast and already be doing this process for ages so you won’t have issues with that.

When I did mine in 2015, I used MNG kargo to WES Canada it cost me 50$ and arrived 4 days after and emu charged 100 TL for official transcript then. Now transcript might have increased to 150 TL (am unsure) and MNG kargo is around 70$ to Canada/USA as of 2 months ago while post office will cost just 30 TL and takes 15-30 days to arrive.

Thank You very much Prof, i really appreciate this response i will use the direct option since all those i know have already graduated from EMU. Once again thank you

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Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by mosthigh33: 2:55pm On Jun 01
LOL! Time will tell. Safe Trip
BrainArch:
being honest is to tell me to move out this country ASAP ok. There’s nothing anywhere just land and water.. what you make out of it is what matters. Same thing was said about traveling to USA even UK. All to myself. Shay nah me find admission, pay school fees, buy bag for myself. Am 101%sure of leaving this country. I WILL SURVIVE BROS. Israel have been a desert and still better with our oil join..BROS.. look... as far as your eyes can see
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by BrainArch: 4:49am On Jun 03
CryptoRepublic1:


Until suffer hit you in a foreign land,then you'll realise that when monkey said from east to west home is the best,she was telling the truth.
Nah your Suffer??, oga I no wan stay again for naija, nah your problem??, Guy, there is opportunities even in a deserted Land. You no dey see clear?... relax and don’t live my own life. Nah me wan travel go Cyprus, no be your papa sponsor me.

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Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by solidworks(m): 6:16am On Jun 03
BrainArch:

Nah your Suffer??, oga I no wan stay again for naija, nah your problem??, Guy, there is opportunities even in a deserted Land. You no dey see clear?... relax and don’t live my own life. Nah me wan travel go Cyprus, no be your papa sponsor me.
Don't let anyone get to your skin, your mentality of leaving Nigeria is the best. Here is steady electricity and cheap internet, with this you will improve exponentially, not internet crime but educational and financially improvement. Come with your MasterCard for shopping or exchange guys will feed on you. If you step here, you are one leg up to achieving your dreams. God bless.

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