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Re: Nigerian In Russia-my Experience So Far by Austeen007(m): 1:14pm On Oct 23

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Re: Nigerian In Russia-my Experience So Far by roteblomen(m): 3:31pm On Oct 23
Austeen007

Nice job you are doing here man, read the thread from the first page to last, and you hit the nail on the head. As an avid traveller myself, propaganda doesn't work on me anymore. In fact is a country is hated by the west, the high chances they are doing the right thing.

Now my question to you. Which city between Moscow and St Petersburg will you recommend to study for a Russian preparatory course, and why? I would have preferred St Petersburg, since it's more beautiful and like 4 hours to Helsinki (I live in Finland), but I don't mind Moscow if it has more to offer.

Hope to hear from you mate.
Re: Nigerian In Russia-my Experience So Far by Austeen007(m): 6:07pm On Oct 23
Although Russia is safe, All the cities are beautiful and have what makes them Unique. But Moscow Being the capital has lots more to offer.

In General, Russia is Awesome if one knows what he's doing and ready or open to changes.
roteblomen:
Austeen007

Nice job you are doing here man, read the thread from the first page to last, and you hit the nail on the head. As an avid traveller myself, propaganda doesn't work on me anymore. In fact is a country is hated by the west, the high chances they are doing the right thing.

Now my question to you. Which city between Moscow and St Petersburg will you recommend to study for a Russian preparatory course, and why? I would have preferred St Petersburg, since it's more beautiful and like 4 hours to Helsinki (I live in Finland), but I don't mind Moscow if it has more to offer.

Hope to hear from you mate.
Re: Nigerian In Russia-my Experience So Far by Tenaciouswolf: 10:54pm On Oct 23
Austeen007:
Although Russia is safe, All the cities are beautiful and have what makes them Unique. But Moscow Being the capital has lots more to offer.

In General, Russia is Awesome if one knows what he's doing and ready or open to changes.
Hello Austeen...

I heard education for international student in Russia is free to some certain extent...

How true is this?
Re: Nigerian In Russia-my Experience So Far by YungLasaint(m): 3:04pm On Oct 24
Okay
Austeen007:
Such courses are expensive courses
Re: Nigerian In Russia-my Experience So Far by YungLasaint(m): 3:06pm On Oct 24
Sup bro
roteblomen:
Austeen007

Nice job you are doing here man, read the thread from the first page to last, and you hit the nail on the head. As an avid traveller myself, propaganda doesn't work on me anymore. In fact is a country is hated by the west, the high chances they are doing the right thing.

Now my question to you. Which city between Moscow and St Petersburg will you recommend to study for a Russian preparatory course, and why? I would have preferred St Petersburg, since it's more beautiful and like 4 hours to Helsinki (I live in Finland), but I don't mind Moscow if it has more to offer.

Hope to hear from you mate.
Re: Nigerian In Russia-my Experience So Far by YungLasaint(m): 3:08pm On Oct 24
Not really free, but it's more affordable compare to other climes.
Tenaciouswolf:

Hello Austeen...

I heard education for international student in Russia is free to some certain extent...

How true is this?
Re: Nigerian In Russia-my Experience So Far by Austeen007(m): 7:17pm On Oct 24
Russian Education is not free for Foreigners, except one is lucky to get the Russian state-sponsored scholarships.

But for Russians Education, if free up to Bachelors and Masters's level.

TO KNOW MORE VISIT MY BLOG AFRICAN IN RUSSIA DOT COM
Tenaciouswolf:

Hello Austeen...

I heard education for international student in Russia is free to some certain extent...

How true is this?
Re: Nigerian In Russia-my Experience So Far by vibrant99(m): 5:02pm On Nov 03
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Russia got Girls, women , Ladies everywhere


Austeen007:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YEX0JlqFA4k

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Re: Nigerian In Russia-my Experience So Far by Austeen007(m): 2:13pm On Nov 08
WERE IS EVERYONE ABI UNA THEY CRY OVER TRUMP'S LOST?
vibrant99:
ASHAN stores

Russia got Girls, women , Ladies everywhere


Re: Nigerian In Russia-my Experience So Far by Brawlscartel(m): 3:19pm On Nov 08
Austeen007:
WERE IS EVERYONE ABI UNA THEY CRY OVER TRUMP'S LOST?
What is the cost of studying veterinary medicine in Russia?
Re: Nigerian In Russia-my Experience So Far by Haywhyluv: 4:05pm On Nov 08
How can someone start the processing
Re: Nigerian In Russia-my Experience So Far by Royals1st: 4:47pm On Nov 08
Russian embassy is not accepting visa application since the covid 19 issue

Re: Nigerian In Russia-my Experience So Far by Austeen007(m): 7:13pm On Nov 08
No country does. Including Russia. No Issuance of visa since the inception of the Covid-19 Outbreak.
Royals1st:
Russian embassy is not accepting visa application since the covid 19 issue
Re: Nigerian In Russia-my Experience So Far by Royals1st: 7:42pm On Nov 08
No some country does like UK and Turkish embassy
Re: Nigerian In Russia-my Experience So Far by Ayomide002: 9:15pm On Nov 08
Austeen007:
No country does. Including Russia. No Issuance of visa since the inception of the Covid-19 Outbreak.
Some countries do. Russian visa, I mean

Egypt and Tanzania do in Africa too.
Re: Nigerian In Russia-my Experience So Far by Austeen007(m): 10:22pm On Nov 08
I wish you luck in this time
Gives Visa and Allow you to enter the EU countries during the covid-19? Even as they're on the second phase of lockdown in some Eu countries?
Royals1st:
No some country does like UK and Turkish embassy
Re: Nigerian In Russia-my Experience So Far by Austeen007(m): 10:25pm On Nov 08
Russian does not allow anyone to enter Russia for now. If you are given admission you'll study online until the govt approves to allow visitors in. Do not let any fool you because they want to extort money from you.

Nobody dey enter Russia Now except you're a Russian citizen you can be allowed to fly in
Ayomide002:
Some countries do. Russian visa, I mean

Egypt and Tanzania do in Africa too.
Re: Nigerian In Russia-my Experience So Far by Ayomide002: 11:23pm On Nov 08
Austeen007:
Russian does not allow anyone to enter Russia for now. If you are given admission you'll study online until the govt approves to allow visitors in. Do not let any fool you because they want to extort money from you.

Nobody dey enter Russia Now except you're a Russian citizen you can be allowed to fly in
lol, i know what i am saying bro, a friend flew last week. another friends were called for visa in Egypt which they went for, so some people are going

i can't be fooled because i'm not dealing with agents wink
Re: Nigerian In Russia-my Experience So Far by Austeen007(m): 12:21pm On Nov 09
In quote "Europe," No Country in the EU issues Visa'sright now to enter the EU countries. Im very Sure of Russia Where i live No inbound and Outbound flights except you're Russian only then can you fly in . For all the People given Admision to study in Russia are still in their respective countries taking classes online.

You can get visa from one African country to another as you said you know who got visa to Egypt. that's fine im not disputing your fact. But Europe No visa no students visa yet don't let any agent fool you that he can make you a visa into Europe now. Europe is going into second phase of Lockdown. their's rapid spread of corona virus and no in Europe is fully open to accepting visitors.

Do not be fooled by agents
Ayomide002:
lol, i know what i am saying bro, a friend flew last week. another friends were called for visa in Egypt which they went for, so some people are going

i can't be fooled because i'm not dealing with agents wink
Re: Nigerian In Russia-my Experience So Far by YungLasaint(m): 12:34pm On Nov 09
Austeen007, there a guy that said he is going to run scholarship for me if I pay 10k naira that he have connection with many Russian schools. That I just need to pay and send my doc to him. I'm not still convinced to do that because the schools I msg that offered grant ask me to apply through the embassy to be shortlisted. I don't know if this his own is different. I need your advice.
Re: Nigerian In Russia-my Experience So Far by YungLasaint(m): 12:37pm On Nov 09
Can I get a langugage program at 95k rub?
Re: Nigerian In Russia-my Experience So Far by Austeen007(m): 12:37pm On Nov 09
I can't possibly state that. Tuition changes from time to time and it's dependent on the institution you're applying to. They alone are in a position to tell you what it will cost.

But if you need to know the cost of living in Russia. I'm on it we'll publish that soon on our website. I'm still walking around picking the information's about the cost of things, rents and utility bills, and others.

It's going to be a very inclusive article.

I will urge you to write to the schools and ask about the cost of tuition.

Thanks
Brawlscartel:

What is the cost of studying veterinary medicine in Russia?

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Re: Nigerian In Russia-my Experience So Far by Ayomide002: 1:52pm On Nov 09
Austeen007:
In quote "Europe," No Country in the EU issues Visa'sright now to enter the EU countries. Im very Sure of Russia Where i live No inbound and Outbound flights except you're Russian only then can you fly in . For all the People given Admision to study in Russia are still in their respective countries taking classes online.

You can get visa from one African country to another as you said you know who got visa to Egypt. that's fine im not disputing your fact. But Europe No visa no students visa yet don't let any agent fool you that he can make you a visa into Europe now. Europe is going into second phase of Lockdown. their's rapid spread of corona virus and no in Europe is fully open to accepting visitors.

Do not be fooled by agents
and I am talking about visa to Russia.

Someone who got visa and travelled to Russia last week, friends from Egypt who were called for interview by Russian embassy last week.
Re: Nigerian In Russia-my Experience So Far by ImDStar: 10:12am On Nov 10
Interesting thread.

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Re: Nigerian In Russia-my Experience So Far by Austeen007(m): 6:06pm On Nov 10
Please give me his Russian Number of those person's so I can call them and verify it. Since you know someone who "got the visa and traveled to Russia," and "Friends from Egypt," who were called for an interview by the Russian Embassy last week.

Although there are commercial flights from Egypt to Russia. But Russian Universities at this time will only have students enroll in online studies until the Covid-19 is fully under control.

You can write to their schools to confirm. I listen to Russian News and news for travels amid this covid-19.

Although, Everything is possible.

I wish you Goodluck with your travel from Egypt to Russia as a student.

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Someone who got visa and travelled to Russia last week, friends from Egypt who were called for interview by Russian embassy last week.[/quote]
Re: Nigerian In Russia-my Experience So Far by Austeen007(m): 6:08pm On Nov 10
Write to the school you wish to study at, they will tell you their tuition fee. But i need to understand this do you mean 95k Naira or 95k Russian Ruble?
YungLasaint:
Can I get a langugage program at 95k rub?
Re: Nigerian In Russia-my Experience So Far by YungLasaint(m): 12:20pm On Nov 11
Austeen007:
Write to the school you wish to study at, they will tell you their tuition fee. But i need to understand this do you mean 95k Naira or 95k Russian Ruble?
95k Ruble I mean
Re: Nigerian In Russia-my Experience So Far by YungLasaint(m): 12:22pm On Nov 11
YungLasaint:
Austeen007, there a guy that said he is going to run scholarship for me if I pay 10k naira that he have connection with many Russian schools. That I just need to pay and send my doc to him. I'm not still convinced to do that because the schools I msg that offered grant ask me to apply through the embassy to be shortlisted. I don't know if this his own is different. I need your advice.
Any input?
Re: Nigerian In Russia-my Experience So Far by Austeen007(m): 9:07pm On Nov 11
LOL, they will chop your money live and driect
YungLasaint:

Any input?
Re: Nigerian In Russia-my Experience So Far by Austeen007(m): 9:10pm On Nov 11
I have seen as from 130 to 145k from well-recognized institutions. There's a possibility you can get at 95k. But that will take an in-depth search. I will advise you to search for the Institution and write them directly. They'll be able to tell all you need to know about tuition fees for Russian as a foreign language course.
YungLasaint:
95k Ruble I mean
Re: Nigerian In Russia-my Experience So Far by YOMITEWIN(m): 6:57am On Nov 12
Austeen007:
Please give me his Russian Number of those person's so I can call them and verify it. Since you know someone who "got the visa and traveled to Russia," and "Friends from Egypt," who were called for an interview by the Russian Embassy last week.

Although there are commercial flights from Egypt to Russia. But Russian Universities at this time will only have students enroll in online studies until the Covid-19 is fully under control.

You can write to their schools to confirm. I listen to Russian News and news for travels amid this covid-19.

Although, Everything is possible.

I wish you Goodluck with your travel from Egypt to Russia as a student.

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Someone who got visa and travelled to Russia last week, friends from Egypt who were called for interview by Russian embassy last week.
Austeen A friend got his poland visa last month and he flew to poland through turkish airline, landed in Istanbul waited for connecting flight to poland and landed in his hotel in Warsaw

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