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Re: Italian Student Visa-help! by manlithe: 3:24pm On Mar 04
I did not have any issues with my payment.
If they ask for credit/debit, I think most of our cards here are debit cards. If you chose credit card, it might not work.
I am not sure that is the problem though. Maybe you should contact your bank. Have you used it for international online transactions before?
Obinnau:
it's the credit card option.
Have you made the payment?
Re: Italian Student Visa-help! by malcom2x(m): 9:24pm On Mar 04
How do I book appointment for legalization guys?
Re: Italian Student Visa-help! by malcom2x(m): 4:07pm On Mar 05
Help a brother
Re: Italian Student Visa-help! by malcom2x(m): 10:01am On Mar 06
Help a brother please
Re: Italian Student Visa-help! by decode: 1:50pm On Mar 06
malcom2x:
Help a brother please
Visit their website to get the email address or go through some of those agents at TBS.

Sorry guys, I can't respond to PMs.
Re: Italian Student Visa-help! by Veraumeh: 9:08am On Mar 08
Hello
Re: Italian Student Visa-help! by vincechyme(m): 9:09am On Mar 08
how can i help you?
Veraumeh:
Hello
Re: Italian Student Visa-help! by babakb: 11:48pm On Mar 08
You guys going to Italy should be wary of Corona Virus...
Re: Italian Student Visa-help! by amikable97: 1:04pm On Mar 09
Please who is applying to University of Bologna?
Re: Italian Student Visa-help! by Chukwunonso007(m): 5:58pm On Mar 09
malcom2x:
Help a brother
Bro i sent you an email request, please i want to know the documents i have to translate for my italy study visa application
Re: Italian Student Visa-help! by Chukwunonso007(m): 6:00pm On Mar 09
decode:

Visit their website to get the email address or go through some of those agents at TBS.

Sorry guys, I can't respond to PMs.
.

No wahala, please which of my documents do i need to translate to Italian prior to legalization ? Please i really need this info, so i don't waste money doing everything. Thank you
Re: Italian Student Visa-help! by malcom2x(m): 7:29pm On Mar 09
decode:

Visit their website to get the email address or go through some of those agents at TBS.

Sorry guys, I can't respond to PMs.

Thanks boss
Re: Italian Student Visa-help! by malcom2x(m): 7:32pm On Mar 09
Chukwunonso007:

Bro i sent you an email request, please i want to know the documents i have to translate for my italy study visa application

Your academic credentials plus age declaration. You can get a few input from others.

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Re: Italian Student Visa-help! by malcom2x(m): 7:32pm On Mar 09
Rosunkeye:



lagos.consolare@esteri.it

Thanks a lot boss
Re: Italian Student Visa-help! by manlithe: 12:26pm On Mar 12
Please does anyone have info on how to get 'proof of accommodation' for visa application? Do you need to show you have already rented an apartment or you just show you have sufficient funds for it?
Re: Italian Student Visa-help! by Tommicome: 10:14pm On Mar 12
Search for student hostels in the city of your institution, write them and initiate a conversation. Get it to the point where you convince them you will pay on arrival and get a confirmation note or any letter that would be useful to prove their acceptance. It will cheaper and more genuine.

manlithe:
Please does anyone have info on how to get 'proof of accommodation' for visa application? Do you need to show you have already rented an apartment or you just show you have sufficient funds for it?

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Re: Italian Student Visa-help! by ato12: 10:33pm On Mar 12
For guys that still looking for admission to Italian universities, you can check out this university... UNIBZ.
Though is a private university with low tuition fees of 1350 euro per year in which you can pay 750 in the first semester and 600 in the second semester.
Re: Italian Student Visa-help! by Shercorp(m): 7:08pm On Mar 13
ato12:
For guys that still looking for admission to Italian universities, you can check out this university... UNIBZ.
Though is a private university with low tuition fees of 1350 euro per year in which you can pay 750 in the first semester and 600 in the second semester.


But the university teaches in 3 languages which is compulsory.
Re: Italian Student Visa-help! by neccki(f): 4:51pm On Mar 14
amikable97:
Please who is applying to University of Bologna?

Hi amikable97

I applied to University of Bologna but haven't gotten admission yet. Are you also applying to the same school?
Re: Italian Student Visa-help! by neccki(f): 5:07pm On Mar 14
Please guys is it true that NECO is not allowed for Admission in Italy?
Re: Italian Student Visa-help! by Tommicome: 7:34pm On Mar 14
I don't think so.

neccki:
Please guys is it true that NECO is not allowed for Admission in Italy?
Re: Italian Student Visa-help! by amikable97: 7:58pm On Mar 14
neccki:


Hi amikable97

I applied to University of Bologna but haven't gotten admission yet. Are you also applying to the same school?


Yeah I'm applying what's left is submitting my motivation letter... But with the way this guys are sharing this Covid-19 I'm becoming skepitcal
Re: Italian Student Visa-help! by Tommicome: 8:28pm On Mar 14
For the benefits of those asking questions about the different stages, although I might not be able to explicitly write out all that is needed to be done, but I will try to put some information together, which with some more search efforts, it should be enough to get going.

It behooves of everyone who wants to apply to adequately search for every necessary information. Below are the stages:

1. Search for schools
Search using Google and the popular URLs like bachelorsportal(dot)com, mastersportal(dot)com, etc. On every university portal, you will find information about the different courses they offer, the admission process and stages, school fees, scholarships, double degree options, ERASMUS options, accommodation, job statistics after graduation and the estimated standard of living in the cities where the schools reside. In a situation you are not so cleared, write the international offices of the schools and they would respond to you. Search on social media if you can also find people who are students in such institutions to also get the necessary information.

My little advice, if you are not really ready to give what it takes in terms of full time study, please don't apply to Politecnicos. They could be quite demanding, but if you think you are, give it a shot and you will be rewarded for it.

Please make sure you apply to at least 5 schools to increase your chances and to also have a better standpoint when making the decision to finally go for one.

2. Gather your documents and get them translated.
Usually, the Consulate have registered translators. Find out. Mrs Zita Folarin is one of those who do good jobs. There are others too. There are a number of them at the TBS complex in Lagos. We also have some in Abuja.

3. Authenticate the translated documents
The authentication is done at 2 different ministries: The Ministry of Education and The Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Abuja. You or an immediate member of your family has to do it. Please get receipt for all that you do and keep them

A faster way of doing things is to get the original documents from the translator while they continue with the translation, and then proceed with the authentication, because it could take time.

4.Apply for legalization and and pre-enrollment at the Consulate.
You need to book by sending an email (if I am still right). Read up on the website of the Consulate or take a stroll there on one of their open days to get the updated information. Go with the need cash and follow every instruction.

5.Apply for your VISA.
TIPS
-Use your parent, sibling or personal account and have not just enough money in there, but also a proven or good cash flow. Anything above 3m should do.
-Get a proven accommodation. Once you get your admission, start searching for student accommodations in the city where you plan to travel to. Write them and request to pay on arrival, but get all the needed document to show the Consulate.
-Properly fill the forms.
-Attach all the needed documents and prove strong ties to Nigeria, to convince them you will come back.
-Hope for the best, because luck also plays a big role.
-Don't give up. You can re-apply immediately after a rejection.

6. Travel

Documents you would need to work with:

1. Original WAEC result, with enough unused scratch cards at hand.
2. Original Bachelors certificate (if going for Masters)
3. Original Bachelors transcript
4. Family income statement. You will design it and get it signed at the High court. This is part of what you would need to obtain your scholarship when you get to Italy.
5 Birth Certificate. It has to be issued by the NPC. We have them in almost every state. Lagos can be expensive or slow.
6. Affidavit of birth, if born on or before 1990 (if I am right)


If you have any question or issue I haven't touched, please drop your questions. I won't answer the obvious or already written ones. Thanks.

ALL THE BEST!!!

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Re: Italian Student Visa-help! by Tommicome: 8:29pm On Mar 14
Is Nigeria immune from it?

amikable97:


Yeah I'm applying what's left is submitted my motivation letter... But with the way this guys are sharing this Covid-19 I'm becoming skepitcal
Re: Italian Student Visa-help! by Obinnau(m): 11:29pm On Mar 14
Tommicome:
For the benefits of those asking questions about the different stages, although I might not be able to explicitly write out all that is needed to be done, but I will try to put some information together, which with some more search efforts, it should be enough to get going.

It behooves of everyone who wants to apply to adequately search for every necessary information. Below are the stages:

1. Search for schools
Search using Google and the popular URLs like bachelorsportal(dot)com, mastersportal(dot)com, etc. On every university portal, you will find information about the different courses they offer, the admission process and stages, school fees, scholarships, double degree options, ERASMUS options, accommodation, job statistics after graduation and the estimated standard of living in the cities where the schools reside. In a situation you are not so cleared, write the international offices of the schools and they would respond to you. Search on social media if you can also find people who are students in such institutions to also get the necessary information.

My little advice, if you are not really ready to give what it takes in terms of full time study, please don't apply to Politecnicos. They could be quite demanding, but if you think you are, give it a shot and you will be rewarded for it.

Please make sure you apply to at least 5 schools to increase your chances and to also have a better standpoint when making the decision to finally go for one.

2. Gather your documents and get them translated.
Usually, the Consulate have registered translators. Find out. Mrs Zita Folarin is one of those who do good jobs. There are others too. There are a number of them at the TBS complex in Lagos. We also have some in Abuja.

3. Authenticate the translated documents
The authentication is done at 2 different ministries: The Ministry of Education and The Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Abuja. You or an immediate member of your family has to do it. Please get receipt for all that you do and keep them

A faster way of doing things is to get the original documents from the translator while they continue with the translation, and then proceed with the authentication, because it could take time.

4.Apply for legalization and and pre-enrollment at the Consulate.
You need to book by sending an email (if I am still right). Read up on the website of the Consulate or take a stroll there on one of their open days to get the updated information. Go with the need cash and follow every instruction.

5.Apply for your VISA.
TIPS
-Use your parent, sibling or personal account and have not just enough money in there, but also a proven or good cash flow. Anything above 3m should do.
-Get a proven accommodation. Once you get your admission, start searching for student accommodations in the city where you plan to travel to. Write them and request to pay on arrival, but get all the needed document to show the Consulate.
-Properly fill the forms.
-Attach all the needed documents and prove strong ties to Nigeria, to convince them you will come back.
-Hope for the best, because luck also plays a big role.
-Don't give up. You can re-apply immediately after a rejection.

6. Travel

Documents you would need to work with:

1. Original WAEC result, with enough unused scratch cards at hand.
2. Original Bachelors certificate (if going for Masters)
3. Original Bachelors transcript
4. Family income statement. You will design it and get it signed at the High court. This is part of what you would need to obtain your scholarship when you get to Italy.
5 Birth Certificate. It has to be issued by the NPC. We have them in almost every state. Lagos can be expensive or slow.
6. Affidavit of birth, if born on or before 1990 (if I am right)


If you have any question or issue I haven't touched, please drop your questions. I won't answer the obvious or already written ones. Thanks.

ALL THE BEST!!!
You mentioned only original waec result... What about those that are using neco only. Going for masters actually, would o levels still need to be verified?
Also is the first school leaving certificate necessary?
Re: Italian Student Visa-help! by ato12: 1:04am On Mar 15
It depends on the course you are going for and most of there Masters Degree is taught in English



Shercorp:



But the university teaches in 3 languages which is compulsory.
Re: Italian Student Visa-help! by neccki(f): 4:09am On Mar 15
Hi Tommicome,

Please can you help with the Family Income Statement

Will pm you. Thanks

Tommicome:
For the benefits of those asking questions about the different stages, although I might not be able to explicitly write out all that is needed to be done, but I will try to put some information together, which with some more search efforts, it should be enough to get going.

It behooves of everyone who wants to apply to adequately search for every necessary information. Below are the stages:

1. Search for schools
Search using Google and the popular URLs like bachelorsportal(dot)com, mastersportal(dot)com, etc. On every university portal, you will find information about the different courses they offer, the admission process and stages, school fees, scholarships, double degree options, ERASMUS options, accommodation, job statistics after graduation and the estimated standard of living in the cities where the schools reside. In a situation you are not so cleared, write the international offices of the schools and they would respond to you. Search on social media if you can also find people who are students in such institutions to also get the necessary information.

My little advice, if you are not really ready to give what it takes in terms of full time study, please don't apply to Politecnicos. They could be quite demanding, but if you think you are, give it a shot and you will be rewarded for it.

Please make sure you apply to at least 5 schools to increase your chances and to also have a better standpoint when making the decision to finally go for one.

2. Gather your documents and get them translated.
Usually, the Consulate have registered translators. Find out. Mrs Zita Folarin is one of those who do good jobs. There are others too. There are a number of them at the TBS complex in Lagos. We also have some in Abuja.

3. Authenticate the translated documents
The authentication is done at 2 different ministries: The Ministry of Education and The Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Abuja. You or an immediate member of your family has to do it. Please get receipt for all that you do and keep them

A faster way of doing things is to get the original documents from the translator while they continue with the translation, and then proceed with the authentication, because it could take time.

4.Apply for legalization and and pre-enrollment at the Consulate.
You need to book by sending an email (if I am still right). Read up on the website of the Consulate or take a stroll there on one of their open days to get the updated information. Go with the need cash and follow every instruction.

5.Apply for your VISA.
TIPS
-Use your parent, sibling or personal account and have not just enough money in there, but also a proven or good cash flow. Anything above 3m should do.
-Get a proven accommodation. Once you get your admission, start searching for student accommodations in the city where you plan to travel to. Write them and request to pay on arrival, but get all the needed document to show the Consulate.
-Properly fill the forms.
-Attach all the needed documents and prove strong ties to Nigeria, to convince them you will come back.
-Hope for the best, because luck also plays a big role.
-Don't give up. You can re-apply immediately after a rejection.

6. Travel

Documents you would need to work with:

1. Original WAEC result, with enough unused scratch cards at hand.
2. Original Bachelors certificate (if going for Masters)
3. Original Bachelors transcript
4. Family income statement. You will design it and get it signed at the High court. This is part of what you would need to obtain your scholarship when you get to Italy.
5 Birth Certificate. It has to be issued by the NPC. We have them in almost every state. Lagos can be expensive or slow.
6. Affidavit of birth, if born on or before 1990 (if I am right)


If you have any question or issue I haven't touched, please drop your questions. I won't answer the obvious or already written ones. Thanks.

ALL THE BEST!!!
Re: Italian Student Visa-help! by amikable97: 9:41am On Mar 15
Tommicome:
Is Nigeria immune from it?


Lol not at all, please are you in Italy? I just accepted an offer now. Can I mail you?

neccki:


Hi amikable97

I applied to University of Bologna but haven't gotten admission yet. Are you also applying to the same school?

I may not submit again o, I just got an offer from University of Padua. I'm going for that one
Re: Italian Student Visa-help! by Tommicome: 11:10am On Mar 15
I think I have seen it before that NECO isn't accepted, but I cannot confirmably say. Read up on the Consulate's website or check up at their office.
Yes, you would need to also verify the secondary school certificate for a Masters degree. The first school (Primary/basic education) isn't necessary for a Masters program, but I think it is for those going for Bachelors.

Obinnau:

You mentioned only original waec result... What about we that are using neco only. Going for masters actually, would o levels still need to be verified?
Also is the first school leaving certificate necessary?

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Re: Italian Student Visa-help! by luckyfarms: 4:44pm On Mar 15
I may not submit again o, I just got an offer from University of Padua. I'm going for that one [/quote]


Bro can we connect?
I got an offer too from University of Padua.
Re: Italian Student Visa-help! by luckyfarms: 4:47pm On Mar 15
[quote author=Tommicome post=87446208]For the benefits of those asking questions about the different stages, although I might not be able to explicitly write out all that is needed to be done, but I will try to put some information together, which with some more search efforts, it should be enough to get going.

It behooves of everyone who wants to apply to adequately search for every necessary information. Below are the stages:

1. Search for schools
Search using Google and the popular URLs like bachelorsportal(dot)com, mastersportal(dot)com, etc. On every university portal, you will find information about the different courses they offer, the admission process and stages, school fees, scholarships, double degree options, ERASMUS options, accommodation, job statistics after graduation and the estimated standard of living in the cities where the schools reside. In a situation you are not so cleared, write the international offices of the schools and they would respond to you. Search on social media if you can also find people who are students in such institutions to also get the necessary information.

My little advice, if you are not really ready to give what it takes in terms of full time study, please don't apply to Politecnicos. They could be quite demanding, but if you think you are, give it a shot and you will be rewarded for it.

Please make sure you apply to at least 5 schools to increase your chances and to also have a better standpoint when making the decision to finally go for one.

2. Gather your documents and get them translated.
Usually, the Consulate have registered translators. Find out. Mrs Zita Folarin is one of those who do good jobs. There are others too. There are a number of them at the TBS complex in Lagos. We also have some in Abuja.

3. Authenticate the translated documents
The authentication is done at 2 different ministries: The Ministry of Education and The Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Abuja. You or an immediate member of your family has to do it. Please get receipt for all that you do and keep them

A faster way of doing things is to get the original documents from the translator while they continue with the translation, and then proceed with the authentication, because it could take time.

4.Apply for legalization and and pre-enrollment at the Consulate.
You need to book by sending an email (if I am still right). Read up on the website of the Consulate or take a stroll there on one of their open days to get the updated information. Go with the need cash and follow every instruction.

5.Apply for your VISA.
TIPS
-Use your parent, sibling or personal account and have not just enough money in there, but also a proven or good cash flow. Anything above 3m should do.
-Get a proven accommodation. Once you get your admission, start searching for student accommodations in the city where you plan to travel to. Write them and request to pay on arrival, but get all the needed document to show the Consulate.
-Properly fill the forms.
-Attach all the needed documents and prove strong ties to Nigeria, to convince them you will come back.
-Hope for the best, because luck also plays a big role.
-Don't give up. You can re-apply immediately after a rejection.

6. Travel

Documents you would need to work with:

1. Original WAEC result, with enough unused scratch cards at hand.
2. Original Bachelors certificate (if going for Masters)
3. Original Bachelors transcript
4. Family income statement. You will design it and get it signed at the High court. This is part of what you would need to obtain your scholarship when you get to Italy.
5 Birth Certificate. It has to be issued by the NPC. We have them in almost every state. Lagos can be expensive or slow.
6. Affidavit of birth, if born on or before 1990 (if I am right)


If you have any question or issue I haven't touched, please drop your questions. I won't answer the obvious or already written ones. Thanks.

ALL THE BEST!!!






How does one do the family income statement?
I would appreciate if you can throw more light on it .

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