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N150,000 Job Or Fully Funded Scholarship For Masters In Malaysia by Saimeritus(m): 6:25am On Sep 02
Greetings All and trust you are staying safe.
Please I would need your candid and mature advice on this issue.
Should I go for a 150k job in Nigeria or a Fully funded Scholarship for Msc in Malaysia that pays $1000 monthly plus an annual payment too.

School is starting October and would need your mature advice. Thanks.

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Re: N150,000 Job Or Fully Funded Scholarship For Masters In Malaysia by CamusMidas: 6:28am On Sep 02
At the end of your program do you intend coming back to Nigeria to start a career?

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Re: N150,000 Job Or Fully Funded Scholarship For Masters In Malaysia by Tomahawk99(m): 6:31am On Sep 02
Go for the scholarship bro, if you are business oriented Malaysia is a gold mine. So many oppotunities and the currency is strong 150k naira is not up to RM2000.
Talking from experience...9+ years experience both the good and the ugly grin grin grin

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Re: N150,000 Job Or Fully Funded Scholarship For Masters In Malaysia by maiiilooo(m): 6:44am On Sep 02
If you are going for the scholarship please connect me with the job and God will bless u

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Re: N150,000 Job Or Fully Funded Scholarship For Masters In Malaysia by Saimeritus(m): 6:52am On Sep 02
CamusMidas:
At the end of your program do you intend coming back to Nigeria to start career?
Have no plans of coming back to Nigeria.

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Re: N150,000 Job Or Fully Funded Scholarship For Masters In Malaysia by Lillord(m): 8:00am On Sep 02
Saimeritus:
Greetings All and trust you are staying safe.
Please I would need your candid and mature advice on this issue. Should I go for a 150k job in Nigeria or a Fully funded Scholarship for Msc in Malaysia that pays $1000 monthly plus an annual payment too. School is starting October and would need your mature advice. Thanks. Visit https://scholarshipinfoguide.com for more details about ongoing scholarship
Re: N150,000 Job Or Fully Funded Scholarship For Masters In Malaysia by CamusMidas: 8:17am On Sep 02
Saimeritus:

Have no plans of coming back to Nigeria.
so why is taking a Job in Nigeria an option?

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Re: N150,000 Job Or Fully Funded Scholarship For Masters In Malaysia by Saimeritus(m): 9:42am On Sep 02
CamusMidas:
so why is taking a Job in Nigeria an option?
My Family wants me to stay in Nigeria.

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Re: N150,000 Job Or Fully Funded Scholarship For Masters In Malaysia by CamusMidas: 9:55am On Sep 02
Saimeritus:

My Family wants me to stay in Nigeria.
Family is very important bro, but like is there any particular reason that your physical presence would be needed for your family.

We are in technology age, regular communication won't be an issue with voice and video call cheaply done across Skype/WhatsApp and all that.

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Re: N150,000 Job Or Fully Funded Scholarship For Masters In Malaysia by NwaNimo1(m): 5:51pm On Sep 02


Even if na Afghanistan.........secure your place/ticket!

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Re: N150,000 Job Or Fully Funded Scholarship For Masters In Malaysia by damosky12(m): 5:51pm On Sep 02
Depends on a few things: your passion, your purpose (if you have one), and your values. With these in your mind, you won't need any stranger's advise.

People here will advise you based on their own values.

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Re: N150,000 Job Or Fully Funded Scholarship For Masters In Malaysia by Sonnobax15(m): 5:51pm On Sep 02
undecided
Any way to take escape from this shiithole na welcomed development to me undecided

150k for this country dey equivalent to wetin shiit packer dey earn for abroad...

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Re: N150,000 Job Or Fully Funded Scholarship For Masters In Malaysia by Oyerinde16(m): 5:51pm On Sep 02
Fully funded masters scholarship, hustling by the side, in 2yrs u would have achieved, but 150,000 job in Nigeria u would most likely not achieve anything in 2yrs...

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Re: N150,000 Job Or Fully Funded Scholarship For Masters In Malaysia by oluwaseyi0: 5:52pm On Sep 02
150 is nothing

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Re: N150,000 Job Or Fully Funded Scholarship For Masters In Malaysia by superlanny(m): 5:52pm On Sep 02
Na for shithole this kind question dey always dey relevant, I pity the future of this country, the hope we have is so unfortunate.

By any means and way, it's better to JAPA... DON'T BE MAD.

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Re: N150,000 Job Or Fully Funded Scholarship For Masters In Malaysia by iwaeda: 5:52pm On Sep 02
Saimeritus:
Greetings All and trust you are staying safe.
Please I would need your candid and mature advice on this issue.
Should I go for a 150k job in Nigeria or a Fully funded Scholarship for Msc in Malaysia that pays $1000 monthly plus an annual payment too.

School is starting October and would need your mature advice. Thanks.

Odogwu Malay, why are you still asking? $1000 is equal to N520,000.00, with MSc you are in better position to get good job, You said fully funded!. Brotherly N150,000.00 can not do much with High level of inflation in Nigeria. Please take the later option, but stay off white powder. God bless you

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Re: N150,000 Job Or Fully Funded Scholarship For Masters In Malaysia by Saskay44: 5:52pm On Sep 02
Omo the scholarship bro this country isn't getting any better

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Re: N150,000 Job Or Fully Funded Scholarship For Masters In Malaysia by wunmi590(m): 5:52pm On Sep 02


If you are going to Malaysia, make sure you are careful about who you mingle with, so that they won't go and plant drug in your bag...

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Re: N150,000 Job Or Fully Funded Scholarship For Masters In Malaysia by McOluOmo: 5:52pm On Sep 02
Scholarship to Malay legit pass oo'









Guys wey no get girlfriend get peace of mind

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Re: N150,000 Job Or Fully Funded Scholarship For Masters In Malaysia by Generous24: 5:55pm On Sep 02
The Op dey whine us?

Take the fully funded opportunity joor

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Re: N150,000 Job Or Fully Funded Scholarship For Masters In Malaysia by rickleye: 5:55pm On Sep 02
Go for the Job - Once you have acquired experience , you can always get the scholarship. but if you do not intent to settle down in Naija then take the scholarship.
Re: N150,000 Job Or Fully Funded Scholarship For Masters In Malaysia by Limassol: 5:55pm On Sep 02
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Re: N150,000 Job Or Fully Funded Scholarship For Masters In Malaysia by kingdavid7000: 5:56pm On Sep 02
Please how do you guys secure this scholarships. I'll be done with University early next year and I really want to give it my best.

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Re: N150,000 Job Or Fully Funded Scholarship For Masters In Malaysia by Nicholaspepe(m): 5:56pm On Sep 02
Bro, pls offer me the job while you leave this god-forsaken country.
I haven't been paid my peanut salary for over three months now. I cant feed, am starving. Its painful.
At times, making money in life is not just by working hard but by GRACE.
I'm frustrated, downcast and demoralized. I wish for help pls.

(Three-zero-four-six-one-four-four-four-seven-one)
FIRSTBANK

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