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Simbongile Makanda

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.

Boland College has opened applications for NSFAS appeals and applications. The TVET College has announced the period for application submissions. 

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.

If you are currently receiving funding from the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS), you might be wondering if you can apply for the R350 grant. 

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. 

Figuring out whether to apply for a scholarship or a bursary can be tough. Here's what you need to know to help you weigh out the pros and cons of each. 

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. 

Students studying at technical colleges have the option of applying for funding from the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS). Here's a list of Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) Colleges that are funded by NSFAS.

Completing an online application for funding can be tricky if you don't have access to the internet or aren't really sure of what to do. This is why the National Youth Development Agency (NYDA) has an ongoing collaboration with the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS). 

Securing a financial future is important for young people, especially university students who need to acquire financial literacy skills. A lack of financial literacy can result in unwise decisions, with dire consequences which will linger for years.

Good news for students hoping to be funded by the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS). A new application window will soon be opened for students to have another shot at securing funding. 

Despite the economic hardships presented by COVID-19 restrictions, constant lockdowns and South Africa’s high unemployment rate, the private sector is stepping in to ensure young South Africans are equipped with the skills, digital expertise, and progressive mindsets that will allow them to achie

Saving money can be difficult, especially when you're a student. Luckily, there are some ways that you can keep track of how much money you spend and save.

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.

The Ikusasa Student Financial Aid Programme (ISFAP) is a bursary programme for tertiary students. So, what kind of support do students receive?

June is the month when we traditionally focus on the youth of South Africa. However, with youth unemployment at close to 75%, it can seem to young job seekers that there is little to celebrate.

If you’re not sure what your NSFAS application status means and need more information, we can help you.

Understanding what you’re reading when you’re checking your NSFAS application status is of utmost importance. Here’s what your NSFAS application status means.

Absa offers a study loan to students who wish to fund their tertiary education. This loan is covers a wide variety of study related expenses, and must be repaid with interest. 

Who can apply?

NSFAS provides funding to University students that extends beyond just your fees. Not sure if NSFAS funds the University you're at or plan to go to? Well, now you can find out. Read further.

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