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Re: Nigerian In Russia-my Experience So Far by chaiks: 9:44pm On Nov 17
Hi everyone. This thread is becoming more interesting. Please when will the embassy here open? I v missed pots of online lectures and mid-term exam due to work. Am scared of being dismissed. Legends abeg I need ur input
Re: Nigerian In Russia-my Experience So Far by Dharmzy370: 9:17am On Nov 19
Austeen007:
You can list down the schools here so readers can make their choice and confirm.

It can be 50k nor 65k depending on the structure of classes or how they choose to group it.

And another factor that affects tuition is the location of the school.

To study in Russia it is good to study in Petersburg where there are opportunities, Schools in the Moscow region, and Obininsk. Although they're expensive. But the opportunities are there.
when you are qualify for citizenship, do you have to give up your first "Nationality" or it's" Dual citizenship"? why am asking is because, in some country, before you become their citizen you have to drop your first nationality
Re: Nigerian In Russia-my Experience So Far by YungLasaint(m): 1:38pm On Nov 19
Your waec, sec sch transcript. You have to legalize it and translate it to russian. There are schools with 165k rubles
Dharmzy370:
Pls what's are the requirements for Bsc
Re: Nigerian In Russia-my Experience So Far by Jorussia(m): 2:55pm On Nov 19
Dharmzy370:
when you are qualify for citizenship, do you have to give up your first "Nationality" or it's" Dual citizenship"? why am asking is because, in some country, before you become their citizen you have to drop your first nationality
It's dual citizenship now in Russia.The law was recently signed into law by President Putin.

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Re: Nigerian In Russia-my Experience So Far by Austeen007(m): 5:24pm On Nov 19
The new law in Russia allows you to keep your other citizenship. In other words you are allowed to maintain a dual citizenship.
Dharmzy370:
when you are qualify for citizenship, do you have to give up your first "Nationality" or it's" Dual citizenship"? why am asking is because, in some country, before you become their citizen you have to drop your first nationality
Re: Nigerian In Russia-my Experience So Far by Austeen007(m): 5:26pm On Nov 19
Check the Embassy website. They should have information on that.
chaiks:
Hi everyone. This thread is becoming more interesting. Please when will the embassy here open? I v missed pots of online lectures and mid-term exam due to work. Am scared of being dismissed. Legends abeg I need ur input
Re: Nigerian In Russia-my Experience So Far by YungLasaint(m): 12:39am On Nov 20
Are you in Russian university?
Jorussia:
It's dual citizenship now in Russia.The law was recently signed into law by President Putin.
Re: Nigerian In Russia-my Experience So Far by Dharmzy370: 7:31am On Nov 20
YungLasaint:
Your waec, sec sch transcript. You have to legalize it and translate it to russian. There are schools with 165k rubles
pls can you explain more on what you mean by "legalize"
Re: Nigerian In Russia-my Experience So Far by YungLasaint(m): 9:58am On Nov 20
Sorry it is notarise, you notarise your docs with the notary officer to make it recognized.
Dharmzy370:
pls can you explain more on what you mean by "legalize"
Re: Nigerian In Russia-my Experience So Far by Austeen007(m): 6:19pm On Nov 20
Disclaimer: I started this thread to share my experiences in Russia, to help people who would love to migrate to Russia and start a
whole new life in a better and conducive environment.

I do not ask anyone for money to help them secure admissions into any Russian universities. I only offer guidelines. Andire about life and living in Russia.

I do not charge anyone for any services yet. So be careful who you deal with under this threads.

Some persons may have the motives to hijack the essence of this thread.

If you need further and first hand advice about Russia you can contact me via my website below.

Their you'll read all you need to know about Russia as we update our website with first hand information about Russia and Education often free of charge.

All my contacts are in the websites you can contact me via any of the methods a available on the contact page. Whatsapp would be awesome.
Or via the comments section of the website.

Do not let anybody SCAM you on the note of helping you get admitted into the Russian university or tell you they have contacts to offer you scholarships in the Russian universities. Except you know and trust such persons.

To get admission into the Russian university is easy as do it yourself thing. But if anyone need an insiders help I'll be Glad to make the proper insider connections to help you with the processes.

I wish y'all who love Russia good luck and stay smart.


NAME: Ibiang Augustine

Other name: Austeen James.

Thank you

Visit me @ https://africaninrussia.com




Kemimarch16:
Can someone be schooling and working at the same time in Russia?

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Re: Nigerian In Russia-my Experience So Far by Ayomide002: 4:55am On Nov 21
YungLasaint:
Sorry it is notarise, you notarise your docs with the notary officer to make it recognized.
you also legalize after notarizing it
Re: Nigerian In Russia-my Experience So Far by Brawlscartel(m): 5:17am On Nov 21
Ayomide002:
you also legalize after notarizing it


Are you not the guy that won Russia scholarship

We asked u how u did it over 2months now u never reply anybody for ur own thread....

Nawa for nigerians
Re: Nigerian In Russia-my Experience So Far by YungLasaint(m): 11:29am On Nov 21
Na the guy, after dropping a bomb e no come finish wetin im start. Am always checking that thread hoping to see any good in but OP no talk anything.

I thank God for Mr Austeen for his readiness to give out useful info concerning Russia.
Maybe he was busy or didn't just feel like giving out any info. But las las we go enter Russia.
Brawlscartel:



Are you not the guy that won Russia scholarship

We asked u how u did it over 2months now u never reply anybody for ur own thread....

Nawa for nigerians
Re: Nigerian In Russia-my Experience So Far by Brawlscartel(m): 11:35am On Nov 21
YungLasaint:
Na the guy, after dropping a bomb e no come finish wetin im start. Am always checking that thread hoping to see any good in but OP no talk anything.

I thank God for Mr Austeen for his readiness to give out useful info concerning Russia.
Maybe he was busy or didn't just feel like giving out any info. But las las we go enter Russia.

For sure bro

Dm make we talk e get 1 scholarship now for Russia (government scholarship))


07011149544 na WhatsApp
Re: Nigerian In Russia-my Experience So Far by ImDStar: 3:42pm On Nov 21
All these DM people, God help us o.
You just said someone refuses to share how he got his scholarship, here you're asking someone else to DM base on scholarship.

Why not share it here and let us all benefit.

Brawlscartel:


For sure bro

Dm make we talk e get 1 scholarship now for Russia (government scholarship))


07011149544 na WhatsApp
Re: Nigerian In Russia-my Experience So Far by Brawlscartel(m): 3:57pm On Nov 21
ImDStar:
All these DM people, God help us o.
You just said someone refuses to share how he got his scholarship, here you're asking someone else to DM base on scholarship.

Why not share it here and let us all benefit.


Are you ok at all

Check my profile I posted about the scholarship here on nairaland u hear so......

I'm also aspiring for the scholarship....


Do ur research before you comment
Re: Nigerian In Russia-my Experience So Far by Austeen007(m): 5:49pm On Nov 21
YOU GUY SHOULD THREAD WITH CARE
Brawlscartel:



Are you not the guy that won Russia scholarship

We asked u how u did it over 2months now u never reply anybody for ur own thread....

Nawa for nigerians
Re: Nigerian In Russia-my Experience So Far by YungLasaint(m): 6:40pm On Nov 21
THREAD WITH CARE . . . THE DON OPEN EMBASSY FOR SCHOLARSHIP? THE LAST TIME I CHECKED IT WASN'T ON.
Re: Nigerian In Russia-my Experience So Far by Kemimarch16(f): 9:28pm On Nov 21
Austeen007:
Disclaimer: I started this thread to share my experiences in Russia, to help people who would love to migrate to Russia and start a
whole new life in a better and conducive environment.

I do not ask anyone for money to help them secure admissions into any Russian universities. I only offer guidelines. Andire about life and living in Russia.

I do not charge anyone for any services yet. So be careful who you deal with under this threads.

Some persons may have the motives to hijack the essence of this thread.

If you need further and first hand advice about Russia you can contact me via my website below.

Their you'll read all you need to know about Russia as we update our website with first hand information about Russia and Education often free of charge.

All my contacts are in the websites you can contact me via any of the methods a available on the contact page. Whatsapp would be awesome.
Or via the comments section of the website.

Do not let anybody SCAM you on the note of helping you get admitted into the Russian university or tell you they have contacts to offer you scholarships in the Russian universities. Except you know and trust such persons.

To get admission into the Russian university is easy as do it yourself thing. But if anyone need an insiders help I'll be Glad to make the proper insider connections to help you with the processes.

I wish y'all who love Russia good luck and stay smart.


NAME: Ibiang Augustine

Other name: Austeen James.

Thank you

Visit me @ https://africaninrussia.com




I tried to mail you but I don't know what is wrong
Re: Nigerian In Russia-my Experience So Far by Austeen007(m): 12:07am On Nov 22
Via the mail on my site or via the contact form? If you're trying to mail me via nairaland it won't get across.
Kemimarch16:
I tried to mail you but I don't know what is wrong
Re: Nigerian In Russia-my Experience So Far by Kemimarch16(f): 12:29pm On Nov 22
Austeen007:
Via the mail on my site or via the contact form?
check your email
Re: Nigerian In Russia-my Experience So Far by Austeen007(m): 12:33pm On Nov 22
You're trying to send me mail via nairaland. It won't get across bro. I will o my get a notification that you're trying to mail me.

To contact me go to my website you'll find all my contact detail their, use any of the convenient method that suit you to contact me.
Kemimarch16:
check your email
Re: Nigerian In Russia-my Experience So Far by ImDStar: 5:18pm On Nov 22
Yea, I am very much okay sir, you

Okay sir, would carry out more research next time.

Thank you sir.

Brawlscartel:


Are you ok at all

Check my profile I posted about the scholarship here on nairaland u hear so......

I'm also aspiring for the scholarship....


Do ur research before you comment
Re: Nigerian In Russia-my Experience So Far by Truthspoon1: 8:07am On Nov 23
It is the norm for those who have tasted the good life to help the others but this thread is gradually derailing. I hope I don't have to unfollow soon. I came here to read his experience and draw inspiration and motivation, all I see now is visa advert and talk.
Re: Nigerian In Russia-my Experience So Far by Austeen007(m): 3:35pm On Nov 23
All I'd say is read the ones that matters to you. And leave people that talks about visa.

This threaded I created it to write my experience in Russia as a Nigerian.

This also under travel category. And definitely peole who have the need for visa to travel to Russia also falls in place to ask me of visa advice.

This thread encompasses my travel experience in Russia and including visa advice.

But I do not ask anyone for money to help them do visa or get admitted into any Russian university.

I only offer general advice ABOUT Russia through my website dedicated to write just about Russia.

Base on what you see, I myself who created the thread already thought of deleting the thread over everyone advertising they can help people get a visa to Russia.

If you had read my disclaimer you would understand why I wrote that disclaimer to avoid some hijackers of this thread to scam people a'd tomorrow they'll it's me.

If you go to my website all my detail as clear. I hide nothing.

Thanks for your interest and opinion.


Truthspoon1:
It is the norm for those who have tasted the good life to help the others but this thread is gradually derailing. I hope I don't have to unfollow soon. I came here to read his experience and draw inspiration and motivation, all I see now is visa advert and talk.
Re: Nigerian In Russia-my Experience So Far by Truthspoon1: 5:20pm On Nov 23
Austeen007:
All I'd say is read the ones that matters to you. And leave people that talks about visa.

This threaded I created it to write my experience in Russia as a Nigerian.

This also under travel category. And definitely peole who have the need for visa to travel to Russia also falls in place to ask me of visa advice.

This thread encompasses my travel experience in Russia and including visa advice.

But I do not ask anyone for money to help them do visa or get admitted into any Russian university.

I only offer general advice ABOUT Russia through my website dedicated to write just about Russia.

Base on what you see, I myself who created the thread already thought of deleting the thread over everyone advertising they can help people get a visa to Russia.

If you had read my disclaimer you would understand why I wrote that disclaimer to avoid some hijackers of this thread to scam people a'd tomorrow they'll it's me.

If you go to my website all my detail as clear. I hide nothing.

Thanks for your interest and opinion.


I do not fault any of your actions sir. I have no reason to. I saw pages of unread messages and was anticipating something good only to find arguments and unnecessary comments. I believe things like that desecrate the sanctity of threads like this. It slowly defeats the purpose. sad
Re: Nigerian In Russia-my Experience So Far by Austeen007(m): 8:29pm On Nov 23
You're right. I noticed it too. That's the essence I put up a disclaimer stating it clearly for people to be mindful of who they deal with under my thread to avoid stories that touch the heart.
Truthspoon1:
I do not fault any of your actions sir. I have no reason to. I saw pages of unread messages and was anticipating something good only to find arguments and unnecessary comments. I believe things like that desecrate the sanctity of threads like this. It slowly defeats the purpose. sad
Re: Nigerian In Russia-my Experience So Far by nigerdoncast: 9:49pm On Nov 23
Apart from tuition fee, how much should one fund his/her account ? cost of living and other expenses i mean.
Re: Nigerian In Russia-my Experience So Far by Austeen007(m): 2:18pm
Please read the articles about our website. we have many articles in regards to the cost of things in Russia; What $1 USD can buy in Russia Including the cost of winter wears and so on. We also have an article on what 5 dollars can buy in Russia.

How to properly dress in Russia during winter.

Please ref to our website all you need is on the website. And subscribe to our blog so you'll get a notification when we update the site with new articles that will be of help to you.

Thanks see you soon in the comment section of our website
nigerdoncast:
Apart from tuition fee, how much should one fund his/her account? cost of living and other expenses i mean.

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