|Join Nairaland / LOGIN! / Trending / Recent / New|
Stats: 2,551,943 members, 5,883,564 topics. Date: Monday, 28 September 2020 at 01:51 PM
Ibom Air Studies International Route Options With Ibom Air Bombardier CRJ900 / Titanic II Will Set Sail In 2022 Following The Same Route As The Original / Nigerian Woman Gives Birth On A Plane En Route New York - Pictures (2) (3) (4)
|Advice On Migrating Through Study Route by Lukaku12: 1:18pm On Sep 16|
Good day fellow travelanders...
For sometime now migrating has being on the lips of various young Nigerians, the reason for opening this thread is to know from travelers with experience or prospective travelers who wish to migrate via the student route which is one of the most expensive but easiest route....yes Nigeria will be good someday but before then let those who wants to leave to leave..I am in my final year and I wis to travel through masters and I need life experience suggestions because it will go a long way towards helping me make good decisions.. A man who ask for advice and ideas never gets lost...
|Re: Advice On Migrating Through Study Route by Kekereekun123: 1:55pm On Sep 16|
Lukaku12:immigration is getting tougher every year. There is nothing like eaay route anymore. Study route is all about the money. One has to consider the ease of staying after studies. Some countries expect you to go back, some frustrate you till you go back and some allow you stay sfter studies. Make your research
|Re: Advice On Migrating Through Study Route by Lukaku12: 2:07pm On Sep 16|
On your own research, what do u suggest?
|Re: Advice On Migrating Through Study Route by Kekereekun123: 2:20pm On Sep 16|
Lukaku12:how much do you have or have access to?
|Re: Advice On Migrating Through Study Route by Lukaku12: 2:47pm On Sep 16|
Kekereekun123:About 4million naira....for masters...that’s what I have currently
|Re: Advice On Migrating Through Study Route by samtol4(m): 3:43pm On Sep 16|
Good idea . Migration is not always an easy ride for Africans especially Nigerians , however study route remains the easier way to travel . .First ,Map out the countries you can study and work . Second ,consider the cost . 3.Apply for scholarships ,although scholarships are competitive but it is possible 4. Join different research networks in your field of study while you are still in Nigeria . 5 Enhance your CV through volunteering and community engagement . Above all pray and ask questions
|Re: Advice On Migrating Through Study Route by samtol4(m): 3:44pm On Sep 16|
Lukaku12:It is okay j
|Re: Advice On Migrating Through Study Route by Lukaku12: 5:11pm On Sep 16|
samtol4:Thank you for all this information
|Re: Advice On Migrating Through Study Route by Hannania(m): 7:38pm On Sep 16|
Netherlands universities have scholarships, and the school are responsible for visa applications. If you're going on self sponsorship, they only need proof of funds.
Also, you have one year to look for work after your studies. If you're in a STEM field, then your chances are high.
|Re: Advice On Migrating Through Study Route by Lukaku12: 7:58pm On Sep 16|
Hannania:No I am not
I am studying accounting and wish to further into msc accounting
|Re: Advice On Migrating Through Study Route by Hannania(m): 10:20pm On Sep 16|
Lukaku12:Nothing changes, the universities there ain't much. Go through their pages and immediately you get admitted, congratulations! You're 50% in Holland.
The university will process your visa, then you pick it up in Ghana.
Na tuition and living expense is the issue now. You need 11k Euros a year as proof of funds for living expense, plus what your university charges for tuition.
But visa is assured if you meet that criteria
|Re: Advice On Migrating Through Study Route by Xeeex: 9:50am On Sep 17|
Person wey ask for directions no day miss road
Germany is a good country with free tuition, Czech Republic is a good country with free tuition if you will study in their language. You can go there, learn their language and then study for free. There's a university in turkey, that the tuition is free. If you get admission, you are on automatic scholarship, but you can also apply for scholarships that will take care of your upkeep.
Finland is a good country with free tuition, there is hungaricim stipendiim in Hungary that the government sponsors you to study there, they take care of all your expenses.
Going abroad can be overwhelming but plan and be open minded
What course are you planning to study?
|Re: Advice On Migrating Through Study Route by Ibrixy: 10:02am On Sep 17|
Hi, I'm currently planning to study Process/Chemical Engineering abroad, for my Msc. Kindly advise me on best options available.
|Re: Advice On Migrating Through Study Route by Hannania(m): 11:42am On Sep 17|
ZINII:if you're going for MSC, its not required. And yes, NECO is accepted
|Re: Advice On Migrating Through Study Route by Lukaku12: 12:19pm On Sep 17|
Xeeex:Good morning, I plan studying msc accounting because I already have a bsc accounting so I just want to follow a single pattern, so that’s why I will be going for Msc accounting
|Re: Advice On Migrating Through Study Route by Albertone(m): 2:11pm On Sep 17|
|Re: Advice On Migrating Through Study Route by tensazangetsu20(m): 2:19pm On Sep 17|
ZINII:Getting a work visa but you need specialised skills. It's easier for those in IT and medicine though than other professions.
|Re: Advice On Migrating Through Study Route by Albertone(m): 2:22pm On Sep 17|
I sabi your love for Netherlands.I con still see "ZINII" again
Shey na ban you dey??
Why you deactivate bro!
|Sections: politics (1) business autos (1) jobs (1) career education (1) romance computers phones travel sports fashion health |
religion celebs tv-movies music-radio literature webmasters programming techmarket
Nairaland - Copyright © 2005 - 2020 Oluwaseun Osewa. All rights reserved. See How To Advertise. 90