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Should I Abandon My Masters In Nigeria And Start Afresh Abroad? by HustlingHustler: 4:12pm On Aug 04
Hi guys,
I am currently running my masters degree here in Nigeria with few months to finish before the ASUU strike came.
I have plan to use the certificate to boost my Japa plan initially. I have also invested alot of time and resources into the study.
With each day passing, I am getting really tired of Nigeria and I feel my time is been wasted.
I don't know if I should just start applying to schools abroad to start afresh or wait to finish this course in Nigeria.

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Re: Should I Abandon My Masters In Nigeria And Start Afresh Abroad? by Typicool8(m): 4:31pm On Aug 04
HustlingHustler:
Hi guys,
I am currently running my masters degree here in Nigeria with few months to finish before the ASUU strike came.
I have plan to use the certificate to boost my Japa plan initially. I have also invested alot of time and resources into the study.
With each day passing, I am getting really tired of Nigeria and I feel my time is been wasted.
I don't know if I should just start applying to schools abroad to start afresh or wait to finish this course in Nigeria.

Please start afresh if you have the resources because the end of ASUU strike isn't feasible. Just let go of what you've wasted and look towards the brighter side if you relocate.

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Re: Should I Abandon My Masters In Nigeria And Start Afresh Abroad? by Odetokun3(m): 4:34pm On Aug 04
HustlingHustler:
Hi guys,
I am currently running my masters degree here in Nigeria with few months to finish before the ASUU strike came.
I have plan to use the certificate to boost my Japa plan initially. I have also invested alot of time and resources into the study.
With each day passing, I am getting really tired of Nigeria and I feel my time is been wasted.
I don't know if I should just start applying to schools abroad to start afresh or wait to finish this course in Nigeria.

We are in the same shoes.

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Re: Should I Abandon My Masters In Nigeria And Start Afresh Abroad? by jesmond3945: 5:27pm On Aug 04
HustlingHustler:
Hi guys,
I am currently running my masters degree here in Nigeria with few months to finish before the ASUU strike came.
I have plan to use the certificate to boost my Japa plan initially. I have also invested alot of time and resources into the study.
With each day passing, I am getting really tired of Nigeria and I feel my time is been wasted.
I don't know if I should just start applying to schools abroad to start afresh or wait to finish this course in Nigeria.
how will you get funding?

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Re: Should I Abandon My Masters In Nigeria And Start Afresh Abroad? by Theo51: 5:38pm On Aug 04
Currently in same situation. My pain is I refused to apply for scholarships in my field of interest thinking I will round up by june, though my first degree is a weak one (2.2). It's quite sad, coz I needed to round up and see If I can get a scholarship for Phd coz so far the result is good. Around 4.6.

HustlingHustler:
Hi guys,
I am currently running my masters degree here in Nigeria with few months to finish before the ASUU strike came.
I have plan to use the certificate to boost my Japa plan initially. I have also invested alot of time and resources into the study.
With each day passing, I am getting really tired of Nigeria and I feel my time is been wasted.
I don't know if I should just start applying to schools abroad to start afresh or wait to finish this course in Nigeria.

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Re: Should I Abandon My Masters In Nigeria And Start Afresh Abroad? by HustlingHustler: 6:25pm On Aug 04
Seriously, the strike is so painful. I have been thinking and analysing my next step. Yet to come to a conclusion for now
Theo51:
Currently in same situation. My pain is I refused to apply for scholarships in my field of interest thinking I will round up by june, though my first degree is a weak one (2.2). It's quite sad, coz I needed to round up and see If I can get a scholarship for Phd coz so far the result is good. Around 4.6.

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Re: Should I Abandon My Masters In Nigeria And Start Afresh Abroad? by Owerri1stSon: 6:41pm On Aug 04
HustlingHustler:
Hi guys,
I am currently running my masters degree here in Nigeria with few months to finish before the ASUU strike came.
I have plan to use the certificate to boost my Japa plan initially. I have also invested alot of time and resources into the study.
With each day passing, I am getting really tired of Nigeria and I feel my time is been wasted.
I don't know if I should just start applying to schools abroad to start afresh or wait to finish this course in Nigeria.

Please wait bro... finish your masters then come for PHD here..

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Re: Should I Abandon My Masters In Nigeria And Start Afresh Abroad? by JOACHINpedro: 6:46pm On Aug 04
cry
Re: Should I Abandon My Masters In Nigeria And Start Afresh Abroad? by Theo51: 7:04pm On Aug 04
Hold on a bit. I believe things will fasten up once ASUU call off.

HustlingHustler:
Seriously, the strike is so painful. I have been thinking and analysing my next step. Yet to conclude now

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Re: Should I Abandon My Masters In Nigeria And Start Afresh Abroad? by qwertyboss(m): 9:15pm On Aug 04
HustlingHustler:
Hi guys,
I am currently running my masters degree here in Nigeria with few months to finish before the ASUU strike came.
I have plan to use the certificate to boost my Japa plan initially. I have also invested alot of time and resources into the study.
With each day passing, I am getting really tired of Nigeria and I feel my time is been wasted.
I don't know if I should just start applying to schools abroad to start afresh or wait to finish this course in Nigeria.
Same thing here, I enrolled for my MSc program and I have to reject three job offers because employer won't allow me to combine work and studies and now this is the 7th months of ASUU strike, no school, no job...
Sincerely I am depressed and thinking of dropping out even if ASUU call off the strike or differ the session maybe

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Re: Should I Abandon My Masters In Nigeria And Start Afresh Abroad? by omis234: 10:25pm On Aug 04
I am also in the same shoe. Done with course work, project and we were to defend our MSc dessertation before the strike. I was planning to continue with my Ph.D. here in Nigeria as soon as I am done but the strike made me change my mind of doing Ph.D. here in Nigeria. I hope the strike will be called off asap to get my transcript and seek for Ph.D. scholarship abroad. I couldn't imagine that I will spend 4years plus( Covid and 2-time ASUU strike) for MSc. It is only God that can help us in this country

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Re: Should I Abandon My Masters In Nigeria And Start Afresh Abroad? by Tohsynetita1: 10:36pm On Aug 04
Before one take any post graduate course in Nigeria, one should ask himself or herself the following questions.
How many degree owners are using the result to work in a satisfied place?
How many Masters holder are really using the result to work in a comfortable place and not 'managing'?
Does Masters results really matter in Nigeria labour force?
Am I studying for financial reasons or to add to my scope of Knowledge?
If you are studying for financial reasons, it could be a mistake in this Nigeria,but if to add to knowledge, it's good.
Can I do errand task for my supervisor and bosses in the course of acquiring the degree. Errand tasks like Driving, Picking up kids, marking scripts of Junior students, etc.
Hope I have enough time and money that I could waste if strike strikes? Because if strike occurs, You will continue paying school fees and while the session runs. Don't forget, during strike, there won't be lectures but yet you will pay school fees because the session continue counting. I don't know if it has changed but had such experience. The victim paid for 2 years that school was on strike, and used 5 years for Masters.
Am I financially bouyant? This is another question that should be asked because anything you are asked to pay for at such level, their won't be reasons to avoid it. They believe you are mature and can cater for yourself before you come for the degree. You could spend 1 million naira on a project that they have been doing 19 years ago which they can apply but will not apply to society.
Only Private entity differs.

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Re: Should I Abandon My Masters In Nigeria And Start Afresh Abroad? by Juliearth(f): 1:27am On Aug 05
omis234:
I am also in the same shoe. Done with course work, project and we were to defend our MSc dessertation before the strike. I was planning to continue with my Ph.D. here in Nigeria as soon as I am done but the strike made me change my mind of doing Ph.D. here in Nigeria. I hope the strike will be called off asap to get my transcript and seek for Ph.D. scholarship abroad. I couldn't imagine that I will spend 4years plus( Covid and 2-time ASUU strike) for MSc. It is only God that can help us in this country



Did I write this? 4 years on an MSc. programme with no certificate. The most painful part is that my school would have us pay the fees for the sessions that were lost to strike. Annoyingly baffling, I must say.

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Re: Should I Abandon My Masters In Nigeria And Start Afresh Abroad? by Tohsynetita1: 2:56am On Aug 05
Juliearth:




Did I write this? 4 years on an MSc. programme with no certificate. The most painful part is that my school would have us pay the fees for the sessions that were lost to strike. Annoyingly baffling, I must say.
lol, That's what all schools do.
Re: Should I Abandon My Masters In Nigeria And Start Afresh Abroad? by Juliearth(f): 10:17am On Aug 05
Tohsynetita1:
lol, That's what all schools do.





Its bad though.
Re: Should I Abandon My Masters In Nigeria And Start Afresh Abroad? by Secondly: 1:12pm On Aug 05
HustlingHustler:
Hi guys,
I am currently running my masters degree here in Nigeria with few months to finish before the ASUU strike came.
I have plan to use the certificate to boost my Japa plan initially. I have also invested alot of time and resources into the study.
With each day passing, I am getting really tired of Nigeria and I feel my time is been wasted.
I don't know if I should just start applying to schools abroad to start afresh or wait to finish this course in Nigeria.

You don't know when the ASUU strike might end but if you think you have all the time in the world, then you can continue waiting for the ASUU strike to end.
Re: Should I Abandon My Masters In Nigeria And Start Afresh Abroad? by sinkhole: 1:23pm On Aug 05
HustlingHustler:
Hi guys,
I am currently running my masters degree here in Nigeria with few months to finish before the ASUU strike came.
I have plan to use the certificate to boost my Japa plan initially. I have also invested alot of time and resources into the study.
With each day passing, I am getting really tired of Nigeria and I feel my time is been wasted.
I don't know if I should just start applying to schools abroad to start afresh or wait to finish this course in Nigeria.
If you apply and you get admission abroad, Bros, my candid advice is that you should run!
If you get your MSc and PhD abroad, guy you don hammer be dat o, you will forever sell anywhere in the world.

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Re: Should I Abandon My Masters In Nigeria And Start Afresh Abroad? by jesmond3945: 1:44pm On Aug 05
sinkhole:
If you apply and you get admission abroad, Bros, my candid advice is that you should run!
If you get your MSc and PhD abroad, guy you don hammer be dat o, you will forever sell anywhere in the world.
story

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Re: Should I Abandon My Masters In Nigeria And Start Afresh Abroad? by iamyemiakins(m): 2:08pm On Aug 05
Tohsynetita1:
Before one take any post graduate course in Nigeria, one should ask himself or herself the following questions.
How many degree owners are using the result to work in a satisfied place?
How many Masters holder are really using the result to work in a comfortable place and not 'managing'?
Does Masters results really matter in Nigeria labour force?
Am I studying for financial reasons or to add to my scope of Knowledge?
If you are studying for financial reasons, it could be a mistake in this Nigeria,but if to add to knowledge, it's good.
Can I do errand task for my supervisor and bosses in the course of acquiring the degree. Errand tasks like Driving, Picking up kids, marking scripts of Junior students, etc.
Hope I have enough time and money that I could waste if strike strikes? Because if strike occurs, You will continue paying school fees and while the session runs. Don't forget, during strike, there won't be lectures but yet you will pay school fees because the session continue counting. I don't know if it has changed but had such experience. The victim paid for 2 years that school was on strike, and used 5 years for Masters.
Am I financially bouyant? This is another question that should be asked because anything you are asked to pay for at such level, their won't be reasons to avoid it. They believe you are mature and can cater for yourself before you come for the degree. You could spend 1 million naira on a project that they have been doing 19 years ago which they can apply but will not apply to society.
Only Private entity differs.

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Re: Should I Abandon My Masters In Nigeria And Start Afresh Abroad? by STEWpid(f): 2:08pm On Aug 05
Chai

Sad incidents generate a lot of concerns in the Nigeria of yesterday that I was born and raised..

Now, bad news sounds like a normal thing, that we even weigh one bad news than another.


Nothing new again!

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Re: Should I Abandon My Masters In Nigeria And Start Afresh Abroad? by Mokason288(m): 2:08pm On Aug 05
sad
Re: Should I Abandon My Masters In Nigeria And Start Afresh Abroad? by omoredia: 2:08pm On Aug 05
I'm sure u will still support Tinubu. New slaves

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Re: Should I Abandon My Masters In Nigeria And Start Afresh Abroad? by Integrafamoo: 2:08pm On Aug 05
HustlingHustler:
Hi guys,
I am currently running my masters degree here in Nigeria with few months to finish before the ASUU strike came.
I have plan to use the certificate to boost my Japa plan initially. I have also invested alot of time and resources into the study.
With each day passing, I am getting really tired of Nigeria and I feel my time is been wasted.
I don't know if I should just start applying to schools abroad to start afresh or wait to finish this course in Nigeria.
Yes
Re: Should I Abandon My Masters In Nigeria And Start Afresh Abroad? by GloriousGbola: 2:09pm On Aug 05
Unlikely your masters degree will have any special recognition abroad

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Re: Should I Abandon My Masters In Nigeria And Start Afresh Abroad? by asobo1: 2:09pm On Aug 05
Tohsynetita1:
lol, That's what all schools do.
Not all schools. University of Jos is an example

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Re: Should I Abandon My Masters In Nigeria And Start Afresh Abroad? by LoveGifted(m): 2:10pm On Aug 05
You are lucky. You even have the money for abroad. People like me no dey reason abroad matter becos no hope. Na just Nigeria.

Right now, I dey find who will give me scholarship for Nursing School. Just got admission into a State Nursing School. Glad it's not under ASUU. Fees are close to 300K. Deadline is Friday. Minus Accomodation o. I'm just tired.

Even if this first year fees are paid. How will I cope with fees of the subsequent years. May God help me.

I need a kind person to show me way.

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Re: Should I Abandon My Masters In Nigeria And Start Afresh Abroad? by zakkxx: 2:10pm On Aug 05
Oga if u have the money move oooo!!

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