How To Do Your Fundi Login

Fundi provides educational loans to South African citizens. If you're funded by Fundi, you'll need to create a Fundi account. Here's how you can log into your account.

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In order to log in to your Fundi account, you'll need to have access to the internet and follow these steps: 

  • Visit the Fundi website.
  • Select “Login” in the top right corner.
  • Tap “Student Login”.
  • Then you may enter your username and password, and log in.

As an educational loan provider, Fundi covers a range of study-related expenses, by providing tuition, device and student accommodation loans. 

In order to make it easier for students to cover other study-related expenses, Fundi supplies successful applicants with a FundiCard which acts as a debit card. The funds available in the FundiCard are split into 'pockets' which ensure that money is not overspent on certain items. 

The money available in each pocket is decided by the funder, who determines that money can only be spent on things related to that pocket. 

In addition to this, the FundiCard can only be used at Fundi Partner Merchant stores, including Shoprite, Checkers, PicknPay and more. 

If you're interested in applying for a Fundi loan, click here to find out if you qualify.

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