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NSFAS CLOSING SOON: How to Apply Online


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If you’re looking for funding for your studies, you probably know you need to go through NSFAS.

Applications for bursaries to cover studies in 2020 will be closing very soon.

You may be a little confused as to how to apply though, so here’s a quick guide on how to apply for NSFAS online.

Get your certified supporting documents ready.

You will need:

• South African ID document/card (or an unabridged birth certificate if you do not have a green bar-coded ID or Smart ID card)
• ID of parents and/or guardian (Or death certificate where applicable) 
• Pay advice/ letter of employment/pension advice stating income. Should not be older than 3 months (SASSA slips are not required and SASSA should not be included as household income).

Apply for NSFAS Online

First, you’ll need to visit the NSFAS website and register to make an account.

Once you’ve done that, you’ll be able to fill out the online application form.

  • This process can take about 30 minutes
  • You’ll need to have certified scanned copies of the following documents:
    • Identity Document/Birth Certificate
    • Matric Certificate
    • Latest Academic Results
    • Proof of parents’ income (if they are employed)
    • Death Certificate/s (if parents are dead)
    • Doctor’s Certificate (if permanently disabled)

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER ON THE NSFAS WEBSITE.

 

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Applications are open today for NSFAS. If you want to study next year you should be applying now.

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