New Zealand masters degree

Akothee

Village Elder
#1
Manze nimemezea mate hii country saana..apparently my primary school mate alienda juzi nikijaribu kumshow anivutie wire anaringa..who has experience in living/studying in new Zealand?
 

Akothee

Village Elder
#3
So anaringa according to you?
Does he work in the immigration office?
Is he a citizen there?
If not then jua he has little he can do, all you need to do is follow the right channel.
My fren wewe pia ni wale mkifika majuu hamreply messages..huyu jamaa has experience and best info on how it can be done easily..following right channel doesn't necessarily guarantee Visa.
 
#4
I knew a few kiwis they are lovely people. I know they are going through a housing crash and also wengi wao are moving to aussie in order to find work. I heard it rains alot there and there are more sheeps than humans in that country.
 

Swansea

Village Elder
#9
Manze nimemezea mate hii country saana..apparently my primary school mate alienda juzi nikijaribu kumshow anivutie wire anaringa..who has experience in living/studying in new Zealand?
Umesema ameenda juzi? Mpe nafasi apumue. He's prolly also just trying to settle in.

Why don't you get in touch with their embassy/consulate in Kenya and get more info on masters educational programs requirements? They will guide you accordingly and then get in touch with the colleges/universities.
 

Ka-Buda

Village Elder
#11
Manze nimemezea mate hii country saana..apparently my primary school mate alienda juzi nikijaribu kumshow anivutie wire anaringa..who has experience in living/studying in new Zealand?
Do you know how difficult it is to get your bearings in a new country Nevermind settle down?
I know Kenyans abroad who still haven't settled in and they arrived in the 90s!.... kikikikkkk...

Chart your own way in life na bahati ya mwenzio usiilalie mlango wazi.

Nonsense!
 

Akothee

Village Elder
#14
Do you know how difficult it is to get your bearings in a new country Nevermind settle down?
I know Kenyans abroad who still haven't settled in and they arrived in the 90s!.... kikikikkkk...

Chart your own way in life na bahati ya mwenzio usiilalie mlango wazi.

Nonsense!
My fren wewe unaendesha lorry unaeza niambia nini..you are slave away from home
 
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Mrs Shosho

Guest
#15
Masters in???? and how are you planning to finance it? is it a full scholar, half scholar or you will be paying everything? secondly is it in demand as in will you be guaranteed a job afterwards?

Also stop maligning your friend's reputation. There are many reasons as to why some of us do not respond to needy requests. Primary one being the fact that we may not be able to assist and if we tell you the harsh reality utakasirika and label me jealous.
KB hapo juu has given you the best advice.
 

Akothee

Village Elder
#16
Masters in???? and how are you planning to finance it? is it a full scholar, half scholar or you will be paying everything? secondly is it in demand as in will you be guaranteed a job afterwards?

Also stop maligning your friend's reputation. There are many reasons as to why some of us do not respond to needy requests. Primary one being the fact that we may not be able to assist and if we tell you the harsh reality utakasirika and label me jealous.
KB hapo juu has given you the best advice.
Msc Project management..am a ktalk birronea najilipia kila kitu
 
#20
Do you know how difficult it is to get your bearings in a new country Nevermind settle down?
I know Kenyans abroad who still haven't settled in and they arrived in the 90s!.... kikikikkkk...

Chart your own way in life na bahati ya mwenzio usiilalie mlango wazi.

Nonsense!
Huyo beste ya akothe angejibu tu his inquiries. Amwambie ni ngumu kupata bearings, let alone settle down... vile kuna watu walikuja hapa christchurch 1982 na hawajawahi settle.... nini nini...

I don't think it would have cost him much to just write back.

I can tell you are angry. It's probably because peoples huko abdul land drive on the other side of the street... and that disorients you and makes you lose your bearings. :D:D
 

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