study and work in Italy


Italy is a popular destination for international students. It offers quality higher education with more affordable tuition fees than other Western European countries.
There are around 32,000 international students in Italy, including independent students and those on exchange programs. The country has a rich history and tradition of higher education. This makes it an attractive option for students.
– Masters tuition €3000
-Work and study
-Relocate with family
-English taught courses
-Low cost of living
-Schengen visa with access to 25 other countries free
– IELTS/TOEFL is not required
-No extra cost of sending documents to Italy. Submission is online
– High admission and visa success rate
-And more

– O level Result
-Data page of international passport
-Minimum of 2:1 for €3000 tuition* you can apply if your grade is below 2:1 but with higher tuition
-Application fee €75
– B.Sc Degree and transcript
-Statement of Purpose

Available Courses
Actuarial Sciences for Insurance
Agricultural and Food Economics
The Art and Industry of Narration
Banking and Finance
Food Processing: Innovation and Tradition
Global Business Management
Innovation and Technology Management
Healthcare Management
Methods and Topics in Arts Management
Italian-taught 2-year graduate programs
Deadline for Application: Feb.25th
Contact Us for your professional profile assessment and evaluation to decide your eligibility to apply:
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The UK 2 Years Post-Study Work Visa for graduates

International students who start their studies in the UK in 2020 or after will benefit from the new post-study work visa (PSW) for graduates. This usually means a work and residence permit of 24 months (2 years) after graduation. How does it work? Keep reading to find out:

What is the UK post-study work visa for graduates?

The UK post-study work visa allows international students to stay in the United Kingdom after graduation in order to find work, for up to 2 years.

The new visa rules will come into effect for all international students that begin their studies in autumn 2020 or later. During the first 2 years after graduation, PSW visa holders can work in any job they can find, and the goal is for them to transition into a general work visa afterwards.

The opportunity to stay and work for 2 years after graduation makes the UK an attractive destination for students seeking to start their international career. Few other countries in Europe offer such good conditions for their foreign students.


Can you work in the UK after graduation?

Yes: The new post-study work visa rules will allow you to work in the UK after graduation.

From September 2020 any student enrolling at a UK university can stay in the UK after graduation for up to two years in order to look for work related to their degree or course. This applies to graduates of all higher education providers that are recognised as ‘licensed visa sponsors’

The visa requirements for those graduates are expected to be the same as their original student visa rules, so unless your personal circumstances have changed, it should be automatic.

This applies to undergraduate (Bachelor), post-graduate (Master) and even PhD graduates.

The PSW visa is meant to give graduates more time to find a job after university; it does not affect how much you can work while you study.

Who is eligible for a UK post-study work visa?

Any international student on a Tier 4 visa who enrols at a UK institution from September 2020 will be eligible to stay in the UK after graduation to find a job.

This is an extension of rule changes which allowed PhDs to stay in the UK after graduation. The UK says this is because it wants to grow its STEM industry fields. From 2020 onwards the option will be open to all graduates.

Previously, graduates of Bachelor’s or Master’s degrees had only four months to stay and look for a job. With the new graduate visa rules, that has been improved to two years.

When do the post-study work rules come into effect?

The new PSW rules will be open to all students, on Tier 4 visas, who are accepted onto a course in the 2020 intake or later. So, if you’re thinking of applying to a course in the UK starting in September or October 2020, these are the rules that would apply to you when you graduate.

However, keep in mind that visa rules can change at any time, and that individual circumstances may be relevant. Make sure to follow public announcements for any future changes.

What happens after the post-study work visa ends?

The post-study work visa allows graduates to look for any kind of job, and they will generally be allowed to stay for up to two years after graduation. That means: For the two years immediately after you graduate, you will be able to work in any role you find.

But when that period ends and the PSW visa expires, anyone who wants to stay longer in the UK will have to apply to transfer to a ‘general work visa’ (or ‘skilled work visa’).

For this, your job must fit the visa requirements for a Tier 2 visa, the ‘general work visa’. That usually means you must be paid at least £30,000 per year; but for some jobs, this level can be higher or lower.

Does it matter for the PSW visa which university I graduate from?

Generally, graduates from all UK universities are eligible for the post-study work visa. The condition is that the British government recognises it as a trusted institution.

However, this list is not set in stone, and it can be changed if a university fails to keep its “proven track record’ on upholding immigration and visa checks. So if you are studying or planning to study in the UK, it pays off to double-check whether your university is confirmed on this list.

Do I need a sponsor for the UK post-study work visa?

To qualify for the PSW visa you do not need a sponsor. A sponsor is usually needed for other visa types; typically this would be an employer.

In this case, the ‘sponsor’ is the university you graduate from – as long as it qualifies. Every international graduate from the recognised list of UK universities is eligible for the post-study work visa.

Does it matter what subject I study for post-study work?

No, the post-study work visa applies to graduates from all academic disciplines.

In 2019, the UK government had already relaxed visa rules for students graduating from a higher level degree, like Master’s or PhD, in STEM fields (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics). From 2020 this is extended to any graduate of any degree from trusted higher education providers.

You will have to study a full degree, though. The new visa rules do not apply to anyone studying a short course, an English language training course, A-Levels or the Baccalaureate.

Study and Work in Germany with FREE Tuition

Germany is a higher education paradise, in Germany you will find many worldwide ranked universities, countless courses to choose among, globally valued degrees that promise a high employability to you and affordable living costs.

Not surprisingly, Germany is ranked among the world’s top destinations for international students. According to the latest official statistics, there are over 357,000 foreign students seeking a university degree in Germany whereas the number is steadily increasing.

1. NO tuition fee
2. Top ranked universities in the world that is globally recognized
3.Germany is among the Schengen countries thus the visa give you access to other 29 European countries free.
4.English taught courses
5.The German law allows international students to work while studying
6. Germany gives Post Study Work Visa after completion of program
7. High Admission and Visa success rate
8. And more


1.The minimum academic requirements for Germany undergraduate admission is 100 level university transcript/OND/HND or Bachelors Degree
2. Application fee
3. IELTS academic with minimum of 6.5 points
4. Certified copies of credentials(University degree and transcript for Masters)
5. International Passport
6. Statement of Purpose
7. CV

Deadline for Application is April for September admission.


1 Application, verification and evaluation fee 200 Euros for two applications
2. Block Account for visa application(10,236Euro)

What is a Blocked Account?

A Blocked Account is a special kind of bank account for foreign students in Germany, to deposit the required amount of money to cover their living expenses for one year and serves as a proof of financial resources when applying for a German student visa.

You need to open a blocked account as soon as you get your university admission letter. It is necessary for you in order to be able to prove that you are capable of supporting yourself financially, at least during the first year of your studies in Germany. You can open this bank account from your home country as well.

At the moment, the mandatory sum required by the embassy that must be deposited to the blocked bank account is €10,236. Once the student starts their first semester in Germany, he or she can withdraw an amount of €820 per month.


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Study and Work in Poland with Affordable Tuition

Studying in Poland is attractive not only academically, but also for the high quality of life available there. The country’s economy has grown dramatically over the past 20 years. It is modern, clean, and safe, and offers all of the social and cultural opportunities available elsewhere, but at a cost of living still much lower than in Western Europe, and international students are flocking there.
Noteworthy is that Poland is among the 26 Schengen countries : Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, and Switzerland. What this means is that with Poland study visa you can travel to these countries FREE.

Tuition fees and cost of living
Poland is an attractive destination for students. International students can study at public universities in Poland at an average cost of 2,000 EUR per year for a first degree, while fees for higher degrees and vocational programs average at 3000 EUR per year.

*Medium of Learning is English Language for all listed courses
*Application fee is €100
Bachelor degree:

Administration 1,950
Economics  1,950
Finances and Accounting 3500
Management  2750
International Relations 3500
Journalism 3500
Philology(English Studies) (only October intake)  2000
Graphics  2500
Engineering degree and Computer Engineering 3500
Architecture  4500
Tourism and Leisure 2750

Master degree
Business Administration  1950
Public Administration    1950
Economics  1,950
Finances and Accounting  3000
International Relations  3800
Computer Engineering  3800
Graphics 3000
Management  3800
Energy Management 3400
International Business Management 2750
Global MBA 8000
Tourism 3000
Physiotherapy 3000


1.O level result
2.Date page of international passport
3.Undergraduate degree and transcript
4.Application form

This is one of the best and cheapest offer you can get to study in Europe.

www.myadmissionlink.com/application-form to apply
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Can you afford $1700(N464,100) per semester as tuition to study and work in Canada?


Can you afford $1700(N464,100) per semester as tuition to study and work
in Canada?
Would you like to study and work in Canada in 2020?
Do you want to stay in Canada and settle down after your study (Post
Study Visa)?
Would you like to study in  a Designated Learning Institution in Canada?
Would you like to study in a friendly and supportive institution for
international students?
Would you like to relocate with your family ?

Do you know you don’t need IELTS/TOEFL/GRE etc to study in Canada?
IF YES, Please don’t miss this golden opportunity to study,work and
live Canada come 2020

Anthropology (graduate diploma, MA, PhD)
Archaeology (MA, PhD)
Arts & Education (MA & Ed)
Classics (graduate diploma, MA)
Economics (graduate diploma, MA)
English (graduate diploma, MA, PhD)
Environmental Policy (MA)
Ethnomusicology (MA, PhD)
Fine Arts (MFA)
Folklore (graduate diploma, MA, PhD)
French Studies (MA)
Gender Studies (graduate diploma, MGS)
Geography (MA, MSc, PhD)
German Language and Literature (MA, MPhil)
History (graduate diploma, MA, PhD)
Humanities (MPhil)
Linguistics (graduate diploma, MA, PhD)
Music (MMus)
Philosophy (graduate diploma, MA, PhD)
Political Science (graduate diploma, MA)
Religious Studies (graduate diploma, MA)
Sociology (MA, PhD)
Aquaculture (MSc)
Arts and Education (MA & Ed)
Cognitive and Behavioural Ecology (MSc, PhD)
Computer Engineering (MASc)
Employment Relations (MER)
Environmental Science (MEnvSci, MSc, PhD)
Environmental Systems Engineering and Management (MASc)
Ethnomusicology (MA, PhD)
Fine Arts (MFA)
Gender Studies (MGS)
Humanities (MPhil)
Interdisciplinary (PhD)
Marine Studies
Fisheries Resource Management (MMS, graduate diploma)
Marine Spatial Planning and Management (MMS)
Maritime Management (MMM)
Occupational Health and Safety (MOHS)
Oil and Gas Engineering (MASc)
Scientific Computing (MSc, MSc (Co-op), PhD)
Technology Management (MTM)
Theoretical Physics (PhD)
Business Administration (graduate diploma, MBA)
Social Enterprise and Entrepreneurship (MBA-SEE)
Education (PhD)
Arts and Education (MA & Ed)
Counselling Psychology (MEd)
Educational Leadership Studies (MEd, graduate diploma)
Educational Technology (MEd)
Post-secondary Studies (MEd, graduate diploma)
Curriculum, Teaching and Learning Studies (MEd)
Employment Relations (MER)
Engineering and Applied Science
Civil Engineering (MEng, PhD)
Communications Engineering (graduate diploma)
Computer Engineering (MASc, MEng, PhD)
Electrical Engineering (MEng, PhD)
Energy Systems (MASc)
Environmental Systems Engineering and Management (MASc)
Mechanical Engineering (MEng, PhD)
Ocean and Naval Architectural Engineering (MEng, PhD)
Oil and Gas Engineering (MASc, MEng, PhD)
Process Engineering (MEng, PhD)
Safety and Risk Engineering (graduate diploma, MASc)
Fine Arts (MFA)
Health Ethics (MHE)
Human Kinetics and Recreation
Administration, Curriculum and Supervision (MPE)
Biomechanics/Ergonomics (MSc (Kin))
Exercise and Work Physiology (MSc (Kin))
Psychology of Sport, Exercise and Recreation (MSc (Kin))
Socio-cultural Studies of Physical Activity and Health (MSc (Kin))
Management (PhD)
General Management (MSc)
Human Resource Management (MSc)
Information Systems (MSc)
Operations Management (MSc)
Organizational Behaviour (MSc)
Marine Studies
Fisheries Resource Management (MMS, graduate diploma)
Marine Spatial Planning and Management (MMS)
Maritime Management (MMM)
Applied Health Services Research (MSc (Med))
Cancer and Development (MSc (Med), PhD, MD-PhD)
Cardiovascular and Renal Sciences (MSc (Med), PhD, MD-PhD)
Clinical Epidemiology (MSc (Med), PhD, MD-PhD, graduate diploma)
Community Health (MSc (Med), PhD, MD-PhD, graduate diploma)
Health Ethics (MHE)
Human Genetics (MSc (Med), PhD, MD-PhD)
Immunology and Infectious Diseases (MSc (Med), PhD, MD-PhD)
Neurosciences (MSc (Med), PhD, MD-PhD)
Public Health (MPH)
Conducting (MMus)
Performance (MMus)
Performance/Pedagogy (MMus)
Nursing (MN, PhD)
Post Masters Nurse Practitioner (graduate diploma)
Occupational Health and Safety (MOHS)
Pharmacy (MSc (Pharm), PhD)
Public Health (MPH)
Social Work (MSW, PhD)
Technology Management (MTM)
Applied Statistics (MAS)
Aquaculture (MSc)
Biochemistry (MSc, PhD)
Biology (MSc, PhD)
Boreal Ecosystems and Agricultural Sciences (MSc)
Chemistry (MSc, PhD)
Cognitive and Behavioural Ecology (MSc, PhD)
Computer Science (MSc, PhD)
Earth Sciences
Geology (MSc, PhD)
Geophysics (MSc, PhD)
Environmental Science (MEnvSci, MSc, PhD)
Fisheries Science (MSc, PhD)
Food Science (MSc, PhD)
Geography (MA, MSc, PhD)
Marine Biology (MSc, PhD)
Mathematics (MSc, PhD)
Physical Oceanography (MSc, PhD)
Physics (MSc)
Atomic and Molecular Physics (PhD)
Condensed Matter Physics (PhD)
Experimental Psychology (MSc, PhD)
Applied Psychological Science (MAPS (Co-op))
Doctor of Psychology (PsyD)
Scientific Computing (MSc, MSc (Coop), PhD)
Statistics (MSc, PhD)
Theoretical Physics (PhD)

1. WAEC/NECO Result
2.Data page of internatuional Passport
3. Bsc certificate and transcripts
4.Completed application form
4. Statement of Interest
5. Reference letter

Cost implication
1. Application fee $120
2. Processing fee N200,000
3. Biometric fee $85
4. Student visa fee $150

TUITION IS $1700 paid per semester

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How to Study in Cyprus with upto 75% Scholarship

Study in Cyprus


Cyprus is located in the south of Turkey in Europe. Cyprus is increasingly popular among international students thanks to its well-respected education system, reasonable tuition fees and year-round sunshine.

The cost of study is low in comparison to other fashionable European study destinations and crime is almost non-existent.


  1. Lowest tuition fees in Europe : Access to guaranteed 75% or 50% scholarship which make tuition to be ridiculously cheap.
  2. World class facilities

3.. Top ranked universities in the world that is globally recognized

4.International students are allowed to work while studying

  1. English taught courses
  2. High Admission and Visa success rate
  3. Admission letter out within 72 hours

8.No need for English proficiency  result/letter

9.We have 100% admission and visa success rate

  1. And more

Tuition fees:

BPHARM PHARMACY 5 YEARS $ 3,990 $ 1,500
BSC DENTISTRY 5 YEARS $ 8,990 $ 3,000
50% SCH MASTER 2 YEARS $ 4,410 $ 1,500
PHD 4 YEARS $ 8,505 $ 1,500

 Admission Requirements

Application must contain the following documents:

1. Completed application form (attached) with passport size
photo on it
2. International passport
3. High school results/Secondary School: WAEC,NECO (for Bachelor degree)
4. Bachelor degree and transcripts (for Master degree)
5. Bachelor degree and transcripts, Master degree and
transcripts (for PhD degree)

Please contact us for more information via

Website :www.myadmissionlink.com

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How to write a research proposal

How to write a research proposal
What’s expected from your higher degree research application?
Applying for a PhD or research master’s degree and not sure where to start with your research proposal? Use the below guidelines as a template to prepare a strong application and plan for your research degree.

Before you read on to learn what’s required from a strong research proposal, ask yourself why you’ve decided to pursue a PhD or research master’s degree. Is it because you have a passion for a particular subject and have noticed a gap in the current research? Could it be that you’re interested to see how a particular theoretical approach could be adapted or extended, tried or tested in new and innovative ways?

What is a research proposal?

A research proposal aims to present your idea or your question and expected outcomes with clarity and definition – the what. It also seeks to make a case for the reason your question is significant, the value add that your research will bring to your discipline – the why. What it shouldn’t do is answer the question – that’s what your research will do.

Another reason why prospective candidates are required to submit a research proposal as part of an application for admission is because it formally outlines your intended research. That means you also need to provide details on how you will go about your research, including your approach and methodology, timeline and feasibility, as well as any other considerations that must be made to progress your research, such as resources.

Think of it as a tool that will help you clarify your own idea and make conducting your research easier.

Why is my research proposal important?

Because it formally outlines your intended research. This means you also need to provide details on how you will go about your research, including your approach and methodology, timeline and feasibility. Describe any other considerations that must be made to progress your research, such as resources.

Your proposal is less of a contract and more of a guide – a plan for your research that is necessarily flexible.

How long should my proposal be?

No more than 2000 words. But it’s worth checking the details of what’s required from your specific faculty and degree with your supervisor or the relevant postgraduate research coordinator.

Presenting your idea clearly and concisely demonstrates that you can write this way – an attribute of a potential research candidate that is valued by assessors.

What should I include in my proposal?

Your title should clearly indicate what your proposed research is about.

State the name, department and faculty of the academic who has agreed to supervise you. Rest assured, your research supervisor will work with you to refine your research proposal ahead of submission to ensure it meets the needs of your discipline.

Describe your proposed mode of research. This is likely to be closely linked to your discipline and is where you will describe the style or format of your research; for example, data, field research, composition, written work, social performance and mixed media etc. This would not be needed in the sciences, but your research supervisor will be able to guide you on discipline-specific requirements.

What are you trying to achieve with your research? What is the purpose? As discussed earlier, this comes back to the original reason why you’re applying for a research degree. Are you addressing a gap in the current research? Do you want to look at a theory more closely and test it out? Is there something you’re trying to prove or disprove? To help you clarify this, think about the potential outcome of your research if you were successful – that is your aim. Make sure that this is a clearly focused statement.

Your objectives will be your aim broken down – the steps to achieving the intended outcome. They are the smaller proof points that will underpin your research’s purpose. Be logical in the order of how you present these so that each succeeds the previous – ie, if you need to achieve ‘a’ before ‘b’ before ‘c’, then make sure you order your objectives a, b, c.

A brief but clear summary of what your research is about. It outlines the key aspects of what you will investigate as well as the expected outcomes. It briefly covers the what, why and how of your research. A good way to evaluate if you have written a strong synopsis is to get somebody to read it without reading the rest of your research proposal. Would they know what your research is about?

Now that you have your question clarified, it is time to explain the why. Why are you choosing to research problem ‘x’ or issue ‘y’? Here you need to demonstrate an understanding of the current research climate for your area of interest.

Providing context for your research topic through a literature review shows the assessor that you understand what is currently being discussed about your topic and what has already been published. Demonstrate you have a strong understanding of the key topics, important studies, notable researchers etc in your area of research and how these have contributed to the current landscape.

Why is your research question or hypothesis worth asking? How is the current research lacking or falling short? What impact will your research have on the discipline? Will you be extending an area of knowledge, applying it to new contexts, solving a problem, testing a theory, or challenging an existing one? Establish why your research is important by convincing your audience there is a gap.

Your research proposal is your own statement of originality. What will be the outcome of your research contribution? Your research proposal should demonstrate both your current level of knowledge and how the pursuit of your question or hypothesis will create a new understanding and generate new information. Show how your research is innovative and original.

Be sure to draw links between your research and the faculty/school you’re applying to. Why have you chosen your supervisor to guide you with your thesis? What research have they or their school done to reinforce and support your own work? Cite these reasons to demonstrate how your research will benefit and contribute to the current body of knowledge.

Provide an overview of the methodology and techniques you will use to conduct your research. Which materials and equipment you will use? Which theoretical frameworks will you draw on? Which method will you use to collect data?

Highlight why you have chosen this particular methodology, detailing its own merits, but also why others may not have been as suitable. You need to demonstrate that you have put thought into your approach and why it’s the most appropriate way to carry out your research. It should also highlight potential limitations you anticipate facing, feasibility within time and other constraints, ethical considerations and how you will address these, and general resources etc.

A work plan is a critical component of your research proposal because it indicates the feasibility of completion within the timeframe and supports you in achieving your objectives over the course of your degree.

Consider the milestones you aim to achieve at each stage of your research. A PhD or master’s degree by research can take two to four years of full-time study to complete. It might be helpful to offer year one in detail and the following years in broader terms. Ultimately you have to show that your research is likely to be both original and finished – and that you understand the time involved.

Provide details of the resources you’ll need to carry out your research project. What significant resources are required for the success of your proposed project? You might consider any equipment, fieldwork expenses or travel. This should also include a proposed budget, which is important to give an indication of how realistic your research proposal is in terms of financial requirements and whether any adjustments need to be made accordingly.

Provide a list of references that you’ve made throughout your research proposal.

Culled from:https://sydney.edu.au/

UNIPORT 3rd Batch Admission List 2017/2018 Released

The management of University Of Port-harcourt (UNIPORT) has released the 3rd batch admission list for 2017/2018 academic session.

The list of admitted candidates have been made available on the school’s portal.

To access the list, candidates are to simply click on this link: http://www.uniport.edu.ng/news/latestnews/1082-2017-2018-admission-list-batch-3.html

Congratulations to the admitted candidates!

ABU Admission List 2017/2018 Released

The management of Ahmadu Bello University (ABU) Zaria
has released the admission list for the 2017/2018 academic session.

Candidates who applied for admission in the school can proceed to check their admission status on the school’s portal

How To Check Your Admission Status
-Visit https://putme.abu.edu.ng/
-Enter your JAMB Registration Number in the space provided.
-Click on “Search” and proceed to check your admission status

Congratulations to the admitted ones!

KASU Admission List 2017/2018 Released

The management of Kaduna State University (KASU)
has released the admission list for the 2017/2018 academic session.

Candidates who applied for admission in the school can proceed to check their admission status on the school’s portal

How To Check Your Admission Status
-Visit https://kasu.ng/admissions/kasuadmissions_list.php
-Enter your JAMB Registration Number and name in the spaces provided at the left hand side of the page.
-Click on “Search” to confirm if you have been offered admission

Congratulations to the admitted ones!

Note: registrations and physical screenings begins next week December 11th to 22nd.

Candidates are required to come along with the following;
-Printed Post-UTME Screening Form
-Internet copy of O’level results (WAEC/NECO/NABTEB/NBAIS)
-Printed copy JAMB Result Slip
-Primary School Leaving Certificate
-Birth Certificate/Declaration of age
-Local Government Indigene/Citizen/Residence Certificate

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