How to Upload your Banking Details to Fundi

If you're being funded by Fundi and want to know how to upload your banking details, you can read below to find out more information. 

 

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If you're being funded by Fundi and want to know how to upload your banking details, you can read below to find out more information. 

 

Fundi aims to help students fund their studies in tertiary education. Fundi provides education loans to students that covers a variety of expenses so students can study without financial burden. Two of these expenses include the cash and transport allowance, which the money for will be transferred into your personal bank account. In order for this to be done, you need to upload your bank details into the FundiCard student portal. 

 

To upload your details, you can click here to go to the student portal and from there you can follow the prompts to input your information. 

If you have any issues, you should make an enquiry at the Campus Financial Aid office of your institution or at the bursar/sponsor. 

To find out how to get your FundiCard, you can click here. For more general information regarding the FundiCard, you can visit the FAQ tab on the Fundi website.

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