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Prospective Nairalanders Who Wants To Study Abroad Let’s Meet Here ! by HorlarJP: 6:11pm On Jun 18
I am planning to begin my study abroad move soon!
Some good counties in Europe like Netherlands and Spain are somehow easy to enter if you meet up with there requirements a bit too expensive to study over there while the likes of Poland, Cyprus, Ukriane are a bit cheap but ain’t really a good choice to study in. And there are the likes of USA, Canada , Uk, Germany that are very good countries with a high chance of not getting a study visa even after meeting up with the requirement and aside that and the village people you are made up for life if you study in these countries.

Let’s discuss about countries we can go study with a post graduation stay and also easy to work and study and not too expensive too migrate.
Let’s share ideas, let’s come up with a plan together and if there is anyone Studying somewhere that is okay then he/she can please tell us what to do and also tell us how it is in the country( a friend of mine told me about Croatia though)

Thanks

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Re: Prospective Nairalanders Who Wants To Study Abroad Let’s Meet Here ! by rottenPussy: 7:41pm On Jun 18
In case this becomes promising

Space booked
Re: Prospective Nairalanders Who Wants To Study Abroad Let’s Meet Here ! by vandersave: 8:44pm On Jun 18
I want to learn.
Have you heard of Estonia? I learnt it's cheap and affordable.
I read from their schools' website, you can work and study.
Re: Prospective Nairalanders Who Wants To Study Abroad Let’s Meet Here ! by Jayson504(m): 8:10am On Jun 19
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Re: Prospective Nairalanders Who Wants To Study Abroad Let’s Meet Here ! by Jaybnjamin(m): 10:21am On Jun 19
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Re: Prospective Nairalanders Who Wants To Study Abroad Let’s Meet Here ! by 2Lynx(m): 12:44pm On Jun 19
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Re: Prospective Nairalanders Who Wants To Study Abroad Let’s Meet Here ! by Yohans(m): 12:58pm On Jun 19
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Re: Prospective Nairalanders Who Wants To Study Abroad Let’s Meet Here ! by Danesikemi(f): 3:49pm On Jun 19
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Re: Prospective Nairalanders Who Wants To Study Abroad Let’s Meet Here ! by HorlarJP: 6:36pm On Jun 19
vandersave:
I want to learn.
Have you heard of Estonia? I learnt it's cheap and affordable.
I read from their schools' website, you can work and study.

Really? Estonia ?
And how’s the country itself ? Is it affordable , accommodating, cost of living snd stuff like that!
Re: Prospective Nairalanders Who Wants To Study Abroad Let’s Meet Here ! by HorlarJP: 6:37pm On Jun 19
Instead of us saying following
Everyone can just say one or two things
Might even be your preferred country that you wish to migrate to and why you prefer the country to other countries
Re: Prospective Nairalanders Who Wants To Study Abroad Let’s Meet Here ! by vandersave: 6:46pm On Jun 19
Estonia is good. The only challenge right now is that I heard they don't have embassy in Nigeria. But last week someone told me Belgium embassy in Nigeria issues visa for them.
I still can't say how true.
My friend told me some of them went to Egypt to get visa and that on its own is way too much for me.
HorlarJP:


Really? Estonia ?
And how’s the country itself ? Is it affordable , accommodating, cost of living snd stuff like that!
Re: Prospective Nairalanders Who Wants To Study Abroad Let’s Meet Here ! by vandersave: 6:47pm On Jun 19
Poland is another cheap alternative too. They school fee and the opportunity to work is there.
Re: Prospective Nairalanders Who Wants To Study Abroad Let’s Meet Here ! by Nuelito: 6:47pm On Jun 19
Am here to learn
Re: Prospective Nairalanders Who Wants To Study Abroad Let’s Meet Here ! by ziinee: 7:53pm On Jun 19
HorlarJP:
I am planning to begin my study abroad move soon!
Some good counties in Europe like Netherlands and Spain are somehow easy to enter if you meet up with there requirements a bit too expensive to study over there while the likes of Poland, Cyprus, Ukriane are a bit cheap but ain’t really a good choice to study in. And there are the likes of USA, Canada , Uk, Germany that are very good countries with a high chance of not getting a study visa even after meeting up with the requirement and aside that and the village people you are made up for life if you study in these countries.

Let’s discuss about countries we can go study with a post graduation stay and also easy to work and study and not too expensive too migrate.
Let’s share ideas, let’s come up with a plan together and if there is anyone Studying somewhere that is okay then he/she can please tell us what to do and also tell us how it is in the country( a friend of mine told me about Croatia though)
what about newzealand?

Thanks
Re: Prospective Nairalanders Who Wants To Study Abroad Let’s Meet Here ! by ziinee: 8:01pm On Jun 19
Does usa embassy require proof of bank statement for b1 visa
for PhD addmitted on the condition of gradiate assistantship?
Re: Prospective Nairalanders Who Wants To Study Abroad Let’s Meet Here ! by HorlarJP: 8:31pm On Jun 19
vandersave:
Estonia is good. The only challenge right now is that I heard they don't have embassy in Nigeria. But last week someone told me Belgium embassy in Nigeria issues visa for them.
I still can't say how true.
My friend told me some of them went to Egypt to get visa and that on its own is way too much for me.

That’s too much if one have to go down to Egypt because of it!
Re: Prospective Nairalanders Who Wants To Study Abroad Let’s Meet Here ! by HorlarJP: 8:32pm On Jun 19
vandersave:
Poland is another cheap alternative too. They school fee and the opportunity to work is there.

Most people that studied in Poland leave there as soon as they finish there studies and even I have friends that will leave school in there first year and migrate to Germany somehow because they share the same border but it’s risky … all in all don’t think it’s a good choice even though it’s cheap, it’s not even in the Schegen zone
Re: Prospective Nairalanders Who Wants To Study Abroad Let’s Meet Here ! by ayeni9: 9:17pm On Jun 19
HorlarJP:


Most people that studied in Poland leave there as soon as they finish there studies and even I have friends that will leave school in there first year and migrate to Germany somehow because they share the same border but it’s risky … all in all don’t think it’s a good choice even though it’s cheap, it’s not even in the Schegen zone

Poland not in the schengen zone Get your facts right bro.

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Re: Prospective Nairalanders Who Wants To Study Abroad Let’s Meet Here ! by HorlarJP: 9:25pm On Jun 19
ayeni9:


Poland not in the schengen zone Get your facts right bro.

That’s exactly what I typed up there, I said it’s not even in the Schengen zone.
Re: Prospective Nairalanders Who Wants To Study Abroad Let’s Meet Here ! by tobystringz(m): 9:58pm On Jun 19
HorlarJP:


That’s exactly what I typed up there, I said it’s not even in the Schengen zone.
Lol grin grin
Poland is part of Schengen sir

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Re: Prospective Nairalanders Who Wants To Study Abroad Let’s Meet Here ! by samtol4(m): 10:22pm On Jun 19
HorlarJP:


That’s exactly what I typed up there, I said it’s not even in the Schengen zone.
Poland is part of Schengen
Re: Prospective Nairalanders Who Wants To Study Abroad Let’s Meet Here ! by HorlarJP: 2:59am On Jun 20
Why do people doesn’t like going there then
Maybe because it’s Eastern Europe
Re: Prospective Nairalanders Who Wants To Study Abroad Let’s Meet Here ! by adeskee(m): 4:06am On Jun 20
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Re: Prospective Nairalanders Who Wants To Study Abroad Let’s Meet Here ! by Nuelito: 4:24pm On Jun 29
vandersave:
Estonia is good. The only challenge right now is that I heard they don't have embassy in Nigeria. But last week someone told me Belgium embassy in Nigeria issues visa for them.
I still can't say how true.
My friend told me some of them went to Egypt to get visa and that on its own is way too much for me.

What about Belgium herself....it's the country good enough and how is life manageable there?
Re: Prospective Nairalanders Who Wants To Study Abroad Let’s Meet Here ! by JapaProfessor: 9:38am On Jun 30
There are a number of factors to consider when migrating for study.

- Long term goal: Do you intend getting a second passport or citizenship? Does your chosen country have a provision that will facilitate or permit dual citizenship?

- Job opportunities: How relevant is your course of study in the country? Aside other factors militating against an immigrant, you must know your chances of getting a job after studying in the country. A Computer science degree in Germany would definitely get you farther than a computer science degree in a less developed country.

- Cost of Living: Unless you have a reliable sponsor, you have to consider the cost of living ranging from availability of accommodation for foreign students, food prices etcetera.

- Visa: If you can get a Schengen visa, by all means, please do.

-Language barrier: Language is an integral part of a society's culture. How willing are you to learn a new language? Would you rather learn French or Spanish? Check out videos of natives conversing in these languages to get an idea of the spoken language in your chosen country.
Re: Prospective Nairalanders Who Wants To Study Abroad Let’s Meet Here ! by Nuelito: 10:13am On Jun 30
JapaProfessor:
There are a number of factors to consider when migrating for study.

- Long term goal: Do you intend getting a second passport or citizenship? Does your chosen country have a provision that will facilitate or permit dual citizenship?

- Job opportunities: How relevant is your course of study in the country? Aside other factors militating against an immigrant, you must know your chances of getting a job after studying in the country. A Computer science degree in Germany would definitely get you farther than a computer science degree in a less developed country.

- Cost of Living: Unless you have a reliable sponsor, you have to consider the cost of living ranging from availability of accommodation for foreign students, food prices etcetera.

- Visa: If you can get a Schengen visa, by all means, please do.

-Language barrier: Language is an integral part of a society's culture. How willing are you to learn a new language? Would you rather learn French or Spanish? Check out videos of natives conversing in these languages to get an idea of the spoken language in your chosen country.

Thanks for the info.

For someone that wants to study Mechanical Engineering...which country will you advice him or her to go to?
Re: Prospective Nairalanders Who Wants To Study Abroad Let’s Meet Here ! by Floda: 4:52pm On Jul 02
Why do people rarely talk about going to Australia.


Personally, it is my top schooling destination. Even though it's cost of living and education is expensive, it is still my first choice.


I intend doing my Masters in Mining Engineering in Australia. Mine Engineers seems to be in high demand over there and they also pay well. I believe with this career path, it would be easier to get PR and eventually become a citizen.


As about the high cost of living and education over there, I have a plan that if followed rigorously would help me take care of my bills over there.

I'm still an undergraduate so I believe I have some time to follow through with my plan.
Re: Prospective Nairalanders Who Wants To Study Abroad Let’s Meet Here ! by Mykel4God(m): 11:09pm On Jul 02
JapaProfessor:
There are a number of factors to consider when migrating for study.

- Long term goal: Do you intend getting a second passport or citizenship? Does your chosen country have a provision that will facilitate or permit dual citizenship?

- Job opportunities: How relevant is your course of study in the country? Aside other factors militating against an immigrant, you must know your chances of getting a job after studying in the country. A Computer science degree in Germany would definitely get you farther than a computer science degree in a less developed country.

- Cost of Living: Unless you have a reliable sponsor, you have to consider the cost of living ranging from availability of accommodation for foreign students, food prices etcetera.

- Visa: If you can get a Schengen visa, by all means, please do.

-Language barrier: Language is an integral part of a society's culture. How willing are you to learn a new language? Would you rather learn French or Spanish? Check out videos of natives conversing in these languages to get an idea of the spoken language in your chosen country.

You haven't updated your thread sir.
We are following and waiting.

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Re: Prospective Nairalanders Who Wants To Study Abroad Let’s Meet Here ! by Mykel4God(m): 11:12pm On Jul 02
Floda:
Why do people rarely talk about going to Australia.


Personally, it is my top schooling destination. Even though it's cost of living and education is expensive, it is still my first choice.


I intend doing my Masters in Mining Engineering in Australia. Mine Engineers seems to be in high demand over there and they also pay well. I believe with this career path, it would be easier to get PR and eventually become a citizen.


As about the high cost of living and education over there, I have a plan that if followed rigorously would help me take care of my bills over there.

I'm still an undergraduate so I believe I have some time to follow through with my plan.


Can you share the plan with me?
I'm an undergraduate also and I'm also done. Hoping to leave this country immediately.

I can email you if you give me the go ahead or check my signature. You can contact me via that.

I'm not commanding, I just would appreciate if you carry me along.
Re: Prospective Nairalanders Who Wants To Study Abroad Let’s Meet Here ! by Floda: 6:43am On Jul 03
Mykel4God:


Can you share the plan with me?
I'm an undergraduate also and I'm also done. Hoping to leave this country immediately.

I can email you if you give me the go ahead or check my signature. You can contact me via that.

I'm not commanding, I just would appreciate if you carry me along.



No problem boss. Expecting your email.
Re: Prospective Nairalanders Who Wants To Study Abroad Let’s Meet Here ! by Mykel4God(m): 7:33am On Jul 03
Floda:




No problem boss. Expecting your email.

I sent you a mail already sir.

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