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If you have failed matric, you may believe there are no options for you. That is not true! Below we have compiled a list of options for you. 

 

It is important to remember that bad results are not the end of the road. There are always options for you!

 

Are you running putting your studies on hold simply because you cannot afford to pay for it?

NRF, National Research Foundation, provides funding for full-time students for their postgraduate studies which they must complete in a fixed number of years. The NRF only funds certain degrees so read below to learn what degrees are funded by the NRF. 

 

The world nowadays is always changing, and so there are many resources available online. Through the internet, you can access these kinds of resources that would normally not be at your disposal. They can be very helpful.

NRF provides funding for students for their studies which they must complete in a fixed number of years. Exceptions can be made for an extension for Masters and Doctorate students. 

Feenix is a Public Benefit Organisation who are passionate about education, which was started in June 2017 after the #FeesMustFall movement which took place in 2015/2016 across campuses in South Africa. 

Unisa is an open distance e-learning university which reaches into places where other institutions do not, making a difference to everyone. Here's some ways to be funded if you choose to study at Unisa.

The challenge of starting at a new university or college is exciting but is also very daunting. 

 

Here are my top 5 tips for first year students to ease into university life and make the transition slightly easier.

Feenix is an online fundraising platform for students where students can fundraise money for their studies, with the help of their community. 

Donations that are made from your community can go towards the following:

If you are struggling to access your SRD grant, you may need to change your payment method. You can read below to find out more! 

There are a few options that SASSA has approved:

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