Students who are funded by NSFAS qualify to receive allowances directly from the financial aid scheme. These allowances are kept in their NSFAS wallets. Here's how you can check your NSFAS wallet balance.
After closing due to the lockdown in 2020, NSFAS has officially reopened its walk-in centre. This means hopeful applicants, as well as current NSFAS bursary holders, can visit the centre for assistance.
Many hopeful applicants have been waiting for the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) to give them the go ahead to apply for 2022 funding. However, things have been a bit different this year.
There are various ways that you can contact the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS). Keep reading to find out how you can contact them if you're in need of funding or assistance with your application.
There are a set list of requirements that applicants have to meet before applying for funding from the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS). If applicants don't meet these requirements, their applications will not be considered.
The Ikusasa Student Financial Aid Programme (ISFAP) recently opened applications for its new bursary cycle. The programme is aimed at providing financial relief to students, and is often compared to NSFAS.
NSFAS is a financial aid scheme that supports students with funding for their studies. If you are a NSFAS funded student you may want to know if you need to re-apply for NSFAS every year to recieve funding. You can keep reading to find out!
NSFAS, the National Student Financial Aid Scheme, funds students for their studies from money they receive from the government. If you are funded by NSFAS, not only will your studies but also further funding for other expenses.