Online Application for NSFAS Bursary

Online Application for NSFAS Bursary

In todays NSFAS News – Are you a student at, or someone who aspires to attend, a public university or TVET college whose family earns less than R350 000 per year? Please READ THIS BEFORE PROCEEDING FURTHER.A National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) bursary is available to you, and you meet the requirements.

Applicants must first create a MyNSFAS profile on the NSFAS website in order to submit an online application. This profile will act as a portal via which applicants can check the status of their submissions and their awards throughout the year.

Here is how to Apply forĀ  NSFAS Online Application

  1. The first step is to sign up for myNsfas.
  2. To access your existing myNsfas account, simply visit the site and select the “login” button.
  3. To sign up for myNsfas, select the option to “Create account.”
  4. Access your myNsfas profile.
  5. Simply hit the “Apply” button.
  6. Please respond to the on-screen questions.
  7. You must submit the necessary paperwork, so please upload it here.
  8. Select the “Submit” option.
  9. A reference number will be assigned to your application after that.

Can you get NSFAS funding?

  1. Students must meet all of the following criteria to be eligible for NSFAS financial aid: Be a citizen of South Africa; Have a demonstrated financial need; Be academically deserving;
  2. If you want to get a degree and are planning on applying to a public university or TVET College, you’re in luck.
  3. In order to qualify for NSFAS funding to attend a TVET College, you must have completed 9th, 10th, 11th, or 12th grade.
  4. To be eligible for NSFAS financing to attend college, you must have completed the 12th grade.
  5. All current recipients of SASSA funding will be exempt from income verification;
    Children of the unemployed and the homeless; students at tuition-free schools.

NSFAS is a government entity under the Department of Higher Education and Training established according to the NSFAS Act (Act 56 of 1999) to provide financial support to disadvantaged students who wish to further their studies at public universities or TVET colleges.

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