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|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by Joyce4lovelead: 2:42pm On Jun 09|
Tnk u very much i really appreciate
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by richy16(m): 3:32pm On Jun 09|
I have been sending mail to my school to ask how I can apply for a dormitory, and other enquiries no response since,I have my student portal open already, school EMU
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 1:25pm On Jun 10|
Admission at EMU
Admission is still ongoing at EMU and will end by first week September 2021 for the FALL semester. If you are interested at studying at EMU, kindly contact me.
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by Joyce4lovelead: 8:35am On Jun 11|
Good morning everyone:my semester start 29th October.what is the appropriate time to go to north cyprus,because I heard boarder is close for now.
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by Jolek15: 12:48pm On Jun 11|
Please am interested, how do I go about it
How much is thier tuition?
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 2:13pm On Jun 11|
Undergraduate tuition per year at EMU, cyprus ranges 4500-5500$ yearly.
For university in Turkey; undergrad ranges 3000-4000$ yearly.
All applicants are advised to have sufficient means of paying tuition fees and accommodation.
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by magastefan: 10:26pm On Jun 11|
Good day ALL,
Some people asked that I upload what the school sent me with regards to entry into North Cyprus. Find below link sent to me
The school has also asked that I check the site regularly to know when this would change.
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by Jolek15: 5:39am On Jun 12|
What about graduate studies?
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by Jolek15: 5:40am On Jun 12|
Also pls link to apply
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 6:36am On Jun 12|
Master program at EMU cost 6800$ for finish the entire program.
If you visit EMU (Eastern Mediterranean university) website you will see all available courses.
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by Jolek15: 11:23am On Jun 12|
Thanks bro submitted my application already
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by Gluwy: 12:08pm On Jun 15|
Hello, please I am interested in Cyprus study. Do I need a huge sponsor account? I just came onboard, kindly tell me the requirements please, anyone?
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 1:35pm On Jun 15|
Your sponsor or your account should demonstrate that you can afford a full year fees including accommodation, living expenses and maintenance atleast for 1-2 years. The embassy does not specify any fixed amount to secure a visa, however, in general the consular officer do maths with 1-2 years cost as stated above to see that you can afford studying abroad without overly dependent on working.
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by Gluwy: 12:26pm On Jun 16|
Please do one still need to do document attestation? What and what should it contain?
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by Gluwy: 2:25pm On Jun 16|
Thank you for your time in explaining. Please how do I get the 3 entities assured?
Also do I still need the fed ministry of interior and fed ministry of education to confirm my documents? Please how do I go about it? Thank you
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by adigun98(m): 12:50am On Jun 18|
[quote author=wip7 post=102749403]
Your sponsor or your account should demonstrate that you can afford a full year fees including accommodation, living expenses and maintenance atleast for 1-2 years. The embassy does not specify any fixed amount to secure a visa, however, in general the consular officer do maths with 1-2 years cost as stated above to see that you can afford studying abroad wi
Boss I heard that certification gotten from universities in north Cyprus is not accepted o recognized as the country is not also recognized by other countries as a legal country... Now my question is how easy is it going to be graduating and migrating to another country cos if the certification is not recognized that would be hard... please share more light on that
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 6:57am On Jun 18|
Why do you still want me to shed light on it ? Since you already heard the degrees obtained is not recognized. Why not you just apply to countries like USA, UK or any European, Asian or African countries ?
Best wishes in your educational pursuit!
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by Quinex2(f): 7:10am On Jun 18|
My younger bro wants to secure a scholarship in US, Canada or Germany for his undergraduate studies. How possible?
NB: He only has 'O' level qualification.
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 7:37am On Jun 18|
Your younger brother should visit the university websites in those countries and apply or visit NL thread regarding those mentioned countries.
This thread is mainly for genuine students wanting to study and complete their education in North Cyprus.
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by Quinex2(f): 7:44am On Jun 18|
wip7:True that. Thank you sir.
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by ghettonews: 7:52am On Jun 18|
Wip7 why are you behaving unprofessional. The boy just wanted u to clear his doubts. Even me hear too has heard of that before and several times but I saw you as a highly professional person who will have a great insight about that since u lecture in the north.
U have to clarify people sir.
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 8:51am On Jun 18|
You need to improve your education quality-wise and read and respond with greater caution.
I am a highly trained scientist, specifically a research professor; as a result of my education, I do not answer until I have fully comprehended the situation, at which point I will offer a solution or response.
If you're well-educated, you'll see that I asked the poster two questions, which I'll repeat here:
— Why do you still want me to shed light on it?
—Why not you just apply to countries like the USA, UK or any European, Asian or African countries?
When a question mark appears after some words in English, it denotes a QUESTION that requires an answer.
When the questions have been answered and I have a clear understanding of the problem, I will respond if it is worth responding to.
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by adigun98(m): 1:54pm On Jun 18|
Hello there boss..
Yeah I wanted clearing the doubts and I don’t have Anyone there to make the confirmation, I plan on coming over there to study as well and I wanted to be clear on all option if I can use the certification to move to better countries....
Secondly about why can’t I move to those other countries, well the answer is finance cos this countries are more expensive.... I’d appreciate your honest answers on this boss thanks in advance
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 2:34pm On Jun 18|
The degrees from universities in Northern Cyprus is globally recognized with higher recognition than majority of universities in Africa which is reflected in number of accreditation bodies, ranking and profile and infrastructural development.
If you visit Each university in North Cyprus; you will find a page that specifies organizations, accreditation bodies and institutions recognizing such university
See below for a link to EMU recognition, you can read as well and many other universities in TRNC have shown on their website as well.
To summarize; below are African graduates from EMU excelling in Nigeria, Canada and the UK.
Note: Salihu earned UG degree at EMU and was among the youngest Assistant professor in the UK during his time. Visit the news article of EMU to read more.
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by babakb: 6:02am On Jun 19|
Nothing unprofessional here, you can't force people to do what you want, typical entitlement mentality of Nigerians.
Like Wip7 said, this is for Genuine candidates intending to study in TRNC, if you want to fly to Canada, US or UK please fly out of this thread.
|Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by adigun98(m): 7:48am On Jun 19|
Thanks a lot boss
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