Finally! Discover How The Join Me In Sweden StudyPack Gives You The Big Secrets To How You Can Relocate To Sweden Through A Fully-Funded Master's Scholarship Even If You Graduated With Second Class Lower!
Have you ever given serious thought to relocating abroad?
Then, lay aside every form of distraction at this moment and read every word and sentence of this LETTER with absolute attention and concentration because you’re about to encounter a system many do not know about, that can absolutely change the course of your life forever!
In August, 2019, just before I finished my Master's studies in Sweden, I got an offer for a job as a Project Engineer in a consulting firm in Stockholm, Sweden, a city largely known as the startup capital of Europe. After this, I applied for a work permit.
In January, 2020, the Swedish Migration Agency approved my work permit application and granted me a residence permit for work in Sweden.
But, it was not always like this for me.
Because, just in 2014, I was still gallivanting about the city of Aba, which is not far from the village where I served as a corper (national service) in Abia State, Nigeria.
In December 2015, I started searching for Master’s studies opportunities outside my home country, Nigeria, and the popular destinations; United Kingdom, United States, Canada, Australia came to mind.
When I began my search, I wanted to go to a top university on a full scholarship, everything paid for, so I knew what I was looking for at the beginning.
What audacity I had then. I was just a Second Class Upper graduate.
When I dug into these countries’ educational funding systems, I started discovering that funding one’s education in most of these countries wasn’t a straightforward path.
You have to apply for admissions, then hope a professor in the university has some space for research assistants or the university has enough space for teaching assistants, and I wasn’t impressed.
I wanted a straightforward means, one application for a full scholarship.
So, my choices were narrowed down to the UK through the Commonwealth Scholarship and Chevening Scholarship.
These are full scholarships that pay for everything; transportation to the UK, tuition fees, living expenses. But, I lost interest in them.
Why? Even though I later put in an application for the Chevening Scholarship, I was put off by the mandatory condition of returning to one’s home country after postgraduate studies.
I mean, it was limiting. I wanted to leave my options open, I didn’t want to be compelled to leave those amazing countries. You get that feeling, right?
I wanted that decision to be in my hands and not be forced by another entity to do so.
So, I dug deeper into the web, scouring websites upon websites, checking the ranking of universities.
I stumbled upon the Netherlands Fellowship Programme but lost interest when I found out my undergraduate grade was not enough to make me eligible.
These ones forgot that not everyone finished with a First Class from university.
Well, I dug deeper, checked out other countries.
There was a time I was stuck on South Korea because they have highly ranked universities.
They also had a full straightforward scholarship application but I eventually lost interest because of the language and it was a bit far away from home.
Then I moved on to Singapore.
Singapore has a full postgraduate scholarship for a combined 5 year-Master’s and PhD degrees and it was a straightforward application.
If you get the scholarship, in five years’ time, you’ll not only have a Master’s degree, you’ll also be a PhD holder. Yeah, it’s really attractive.
But, you know what?
Yeah, you guessed right. I lost interest in it too.
I didn’t find an appropriate course/programme.
All these happened for the first half of 2016.
I mean, just like you, I was desperate for a solution, I was looking everywhere.
Somehow, alongside all these countries I was checking, I was also looking at Sweden.
I learnt they had a full straightforward scholarship programme, known then as Swedish Institute Study Scholarship.
There was no mandatory condition of returning to one’s home country, no First Class grade required, pays for full tuition fees, monthly allowances, health insurance and even travel grant from one’s home country.
Sweden? Of all places. Do they even speak English?
Well, I was also curious like you and stumbled on the official education information portal for Sweden, studyinsweden.se.
From the moment I visited that website, I got hooked.
From what I saw about this website, I deduced there was something definitely interesting about these people.
Then I started discovering that more than 70% of Swedes speak fluent English, Master’s programmes in Sweden are taught in English and their higher education system is ranked top 5 in the world.
I don’t even have to write any official English test (IELTS, TOEFL) because of the country I studied in, which some other countries were requesting from me.
I also found the Master’s programmes I was interested in.
When I learnt all these about Sweden, I decided to direct all my energies to apply for Master’s in Sweden and the Swedish Institute Study Scholarship, which is now known as the Swedish Institute Scholarship for Global Professionals.
These are some of the other benefits of studying in Sweden and winning the scholarship that I saw that got me sold on the idea of pitching my tent in this Scandinavian country:
When you sit down to calculate the value of all these benefits of the scholarship for a 2-year Master’s programme, it all sums up to about $50,000!
At this point, my most visited websites were the University Admissions in Sweden website, the scholarship website and their Facebook page.
I checked the websites of the universities I was interested in and discovered I needed reference letters from academic and professional referees.
I sprang into action.
I travelled down to my university, University of Lagos, Nigeria and spoke with some of my former lecturers who were glad to sign on as my referees.
I was living in Abuja then. I had to schedule my visit to Lagos during my official leave period from work.
Before applications opened in October, I already had reference letters from my academic referees in hand.
October, 17, 2016, applications for Master’s programmes for Autumn 2017 opened and I believe I must have been the first person to pay my application fee of 900SEK (about ₦35,000/GhC532) because I paid it that day, even though the deadline for paying it was still 5 months away in February 1, 2017.
Ha. I no wan hear story ni o. I’ve learnt this is how you overcome your village people, by acting fast.
Apart from the SEK 900 application fee requirement, these are the other requirements:
About 2 weeks before applications opened, I already arranged with my university in Nigeria to send my transcripts to Sweden because I figured it could take some time for my university to process the transcripts and send to Sweden.
A month after applications opened, my transcripts arrived Sweden.
Well, I got admitted to Linkoping University for the Industrial Engineering and Management Master’s programme.
It was on Friday, March 24, 2017, when I saw “Conditionally Admitted” written against my Linkoping University choice.
“Conditionally Admitted” means you have been admitted with the condition of paying tuition fees.
If you don’t pay the first installment of the tuition fees at a given later date, the admission could be revoked, which was why I was banking on the results of my application for the Swedish Institute Study Scholarship.
When I applied, the scholarship was still in 2 stages, it has now been changed to just 1 stage.
In the first stage, we were not required to submit any documents for the scholarship application, it was just about filling out details of our profile in the online application portal.
This first stage was from December 1, 2016 to December 31, 2017.
The requirements for the scholarship include:
In late January 2017, the list of successful applicants from the first stage was published and as you guessed, your boy’s application number was on the list.
I was quite glad but it was a measured gladness because that was not the final list of the scholarship winners but of those that qualified to apply in the second stage.
There was still one stage to go.
See, I prepared really hard to win the scholarship. I downloaded and analysed lists of recipients of the scholarship from years past. I followed every detail.
In the second stage, we were required to submit detailed applications for the scholarship and submitting four documents (Motivation Letter, Reference Letter, Proof of Work/Leadership Experience and CVs).
The Swedish Institute provided templates for these documents and required that we fill in these templates for our applications, otherwise, the applications would not be acceptable.
Long before applications for the scholarship opened, I already had copies of these documents for past years.
Even though the questions asked in the templates differed each year, they were usually of similar formats.
So, the advantage of having these copies was that, I was already prepared with samples of my responses to the questions asked.
I just re-arranged them to fit questions asked for the templates for my application. The second stage application was from February 2, 2017 to February 10, 2017.
After getting admitted on March 24, 2017, I waited “unpatiently” (there’s no word like that, just coined it) for the day the Swedish Institute stated that they would release the list of successful applicants for the scholarship, Monday, April 10, 2017.
But, on the Friday before that, April 7, 2017, I received this email….
When I saw this email, I was at work and didn’t have the satisfaction that comes from shouting excitedly after receiving this kind of email, because I didn’t want to be sanctioned on a day of joy.
I immediately dashed to the restroom to release that shouting energy, even though quietly.
The feeling I had that day, of getting rewarded with a highly valuable prize for putting so much effort into a project is one I always want to feel.
In June 2019, I graduated as a Master’s degree holder in Industrial Engineering and Management, and even though it was also a deeply fulfilling moment for me, it cannot be compared with the feeling I had when I won the scholarship.
After winning the scholarship in 2017, I realized that I had discovered a system of processes that I could teach to other candidates that could help them strengthen their applications for the scholarship, and increase their chances of winning the scholarship, even if they did not graduate with first class.
So, I set up a coaching platform in 2017 to teach this system, and in 2018, 5 participants in this platform won the same scholarship in Sweden!
I strengthened the system and taught another set of candidates for the next application round, and in April, 2019, 8 participants in this platform won the scholarship!
I improved this coaching system once again and on April 23, this year, 10 members of my coaching community won the scholarship!
One of the 2019 class was Elizabeth, from Kenya, who graduated with Second Class Lower from university. See her comments below:
I dedicate this scholarship to God. In Oct 2018, I learnt about the scholarship from Facebook. I faithfully studied the 2 most important websites and this did wonders to my application being successful. Mobolaji's emails were quite helpful and the live video demos. I am eternally grateful to him for all the support especially on pointing out common mistakes and giving valuable tips! Thank God for you!
Elizabeth, from Kenya
(Admitted for Master's Programme in International Business at Luleå University)
Olumide, from Nigeria
Another member of of my coaching community from the 2020 class, Olumide Owowa, from Nigeria, has this to say. He won the scholarship for the Business Administration Master's Programme at Kristianstad University, Kristianstad, Sweden.
Now, listen carefully...
No matter how brilliant you are, even if you graduated with a first class degree with excellent internships, leadership and volunteering experiences, the fact still remains that you're going into these scholarship applications BLIND.
You don't know what important information that the scholarship board is looking for.
You don't know what aspects of your profile you really need to talk about that will give you the edge over other applicants.
What if you could get the help of someone who has been in your shoes before and won the scholarship?
Someone who has also helped other candidates like you in the past to win the scholarship?
Would that be something you'd be interested in?
This is the most COMPREHENSIVE study material for anyone that wants to win a full Master's scholarship in Sweden.
Its content was DELIBERATELY created and compiled to give you the edge among the THOUSANDS of candidates that apply for this scholarship every year.
If you are serious about taking that step to study and thereafter work in Sweden after studies, you need to get this STUDYPACK!
Why you Need To Get The StudyPack And Come Study In Sweden
When You Win The Scholarship, You Get:
Now, add SEK 15,000 + SEK 220,000 + SEK 252,000…What do you get?
...which is about $50,000 in US Dollars.
Pause for a minute and think about that figure.
$50,000 US Dollars in total value is what you are destined to benefit if you win this scholarship.
$50,000 is ₦18 million.
$50,000 is Gh₵272,000.
And I'm here to tell you that you can win it.
I won it, even without a first class.
I've coached 23 other candidates like you to win the same scholarship, most of whom didn't finish with first class, most with Second Class grades.
$50,000 in total value can be yours too if you are ready.
And if you're reading this article, you're definitely more than ready.
Now, if you stand the chance of winning a scholarship worth $50,000, would a STUDYPACK that guides you on how to win it, be worth a $1000 price tag?
Of course , you are right, it will.
But you won't be paying $1000 to join the coaching programme.
You won’t even be paying $500.
Not even $300.
If you add up the total value of the components of the STUDYPACK, they all add up to $145 (₦53,000; Gh₵772)!!!.
This means if you're to get each component of the StudyPack individually, it will cost you (₦53,000; Gh₵772) in total.
This is what my students paid last year to get access to the StudyPack.
But, you're only going to pay $27 (₦8,950; Gh₵149) for Join Me In Sweden StudyPack and all the additional bonuses!.
On top of that, I'm adding
2-Year 200% Money Back Guarantee!
Meaning, if after studying the information in Join Me In Sweden StudyPack and applying for the scholarship, and you discover that the information in Join Me In Sweden StudyPack was not detailed enough, send me an email ([email protected]) and I'll refund DOUBLE of every single penny of what you spent to buy Join Me In Sweden StudyPack.
That's how much confident I am in how comprehensive this StudyPack is.
How To Get The Join Me In Sweden StudyPack
This offer is only available for 24 HOURS, after which the StudyPack will return to its original price of $145 and you'll lose access to all the bonuses.
PAYING FROM NIGERIA
You can pay on our Paystack-secured platform by clicking on the RED button below. Upon successful payment, Paystack will immediately direct you to the webpage containing the STUDYPACK files for you to download.
You can also make payment by bank transfer to the following bank account:
Stanbic IBTC Bank
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Immediately after payment, please, send an email to [email protected], with evidence of your payment so that we can send you the STUDYPACK and grant you access to the Telegram Group.
PAYING FROM GHANA
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Let me reiterate what you'll be getting when you get the Join Me In Sweden StudyPack and Join Our Telegram Group TODAY:
- 1BONUS #1: A 4 part email course on how to position yourself for a job/PhD in Sweden after studies
- 2BONUS #2: Achievements Log Sheet That Will Help You Log In Your Achievements and Help You In Seeing The Value of Your Previous and Ongoing Experiences
- 3BONUS #3: ONE YEAR Access To The Scholars.Africa Sweden Telegram Group
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Thank you for taking the time to read through this letter and I hope to see you in the Telegram Group.
Coach at Scholars.Africa
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