How To Apply For Feenix

Feenix is a crowdfunding platform, helping students reach their funding goals and settle their student debt. Here's how you can apply and get one step closer to settling your student debt.

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In order to apply on the Feenix website, you will need to register and meet the following requirements:

  • You must be a South African citizen/permanent resident/refugee or asylum seeker
  • You must have a certified copy of your identity document
  • You must be registered at a public South African university
  • You must have an official* fee statement (it must be less than 30 days old and have an official university letterhead 
  • Your combined household income must be under R600k per year

How To Apply

  1. Visit the Feenix website
  2. Once on the home page, select the "for students" tab 
  3. Scroll down and select "start fundraising" 
  4. This will take you to a page giving you the option to indicate if you are a student or funder
  5. If you are a student, select the boxes to indicate that you meet the application criteria (valid SA document, student registered at a public South African university, combined household income of R600 000 per year)
  6. Once you have done this, select "next" 
  7. Indicate whether you are a South African citizen, permanent resident or refugee/asylum seeker
  8. Once you have done this, select "next"
  9. You will then be taken to a page where you will have to register on the Feenix platform
  10. You will have to supply your details and register in order to use the Feenix platform
  11. Once you have registered, follow the prompts to update your Feenix profile 

For more information, you can visit the Feenix website

 


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