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Raigan Cloete

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Raigan is a Writer at Portal Publishing where she writes for the Careers Portal website and loves the work she does. She enjoys creating content that is easy to read and useful to readers of all ages.

Writing content for Careers Portal allows her a creative outlet from her busy studies at the University of the Western Cape, where she is working towards getting her Bachelor in Dental Surgery.

Articles by Raigan:

The NSFAS bursary covers a range of student needs to help you through your tertiary career. 

NSFAS has confirmed that from the 6th of January 2020, students will find out if they are funded or not. If you have not yet received any information, do not panic. All you have to do is keep an eye on your application status.

In order to access your application status:

If you have forgotten your NSFAS username then follow these easy steps:

Your MyNSFAS account is very important to keep track of your application status, especially with the funding application decisions release date coming soon. If you have an NSFAS account but seem to have forgotten your NSFAS password, you can follow these easy steps to reset it:

If you would like to change your contact details, you may do so by following these easy steps:

When you have been successful with your NSFAS bursary, you will receive an email with a link to sign your NSFAS Bursary Agreement form (NBA) online. 

In order to sign the NBA you will need to follow these steps:

Unfortunately not all NSFAS applicants were successful with their application, however don't give up hope. If you are one of the NSFAS 2019 applicants whose application was unsuccessful and would like to dispute this funding decision, follow these easy steps:

In order to receive your NSFAS allowances you will need to do the following:

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