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

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. 

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). 

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.

Once you’ve finished your NSFAS application, you’ll probably want to know if things are going right or wrong. We’re here to help you figure out how to track your application.

NSFAS funds many undergraduate students, but what happens once you have your undergraduate qualification? Does NSFAS still lend a helping hand if you decide to do your postgraduate studies? 

NSFAS provides financial aid to students from poor and working-class families. However, there are rules for when you're funded by NSFAS. One is the N+2 rule. 

You might be on your 20s or 30s when you decide that you want to pursue your very first degree. You do however have one problem, you can't afford it by yourself. 

Good news! No matter what your age is, if you meet the requirements, you can get funded by NSFAS. 

Those seeking funding for their higher education can now apply for NSFAS funding in 2021 at National Youth Development Agency centres across South Africa. NSFAS applications for 2021 are now open and will close on 30 November 2020.

The National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) offers bursaries to eligible students with disabilities. Their bursaries cover any level of tertiary education, such as first undergraduate degrees or diploma at any of South Africa’s 23 public universities.

NSFAS applications are currently open. Have you ever wondered if NSFAS will fund more than just one child per parent or in a household or just more than one person in your household at a time? Well, we have the answer to that question along with lots of other information.

NSFAS-Funded students who qualify to receive allowances directly from NSFAS will receive cash funds in their NSFAS Wallets. If your NSFAS Wallet is locked, no worries. Here's why and how to unlock it. 

It's that time of the year again as NSFAS opened their applications for funding in 2021. However, this bursary isn't open to just anyone. Here's who shouldn't send in that application to NSFAS.

At the beginning of August, a whole month earlier than usual, NSFAS opened up their applications for those wanting to be funded by the financial aid scheme for 2021. Now, as we are five months into the application cycle, they have provided updates on the applications process. 

NSFAS has decided to give students laptops to give them access to online learning during Covid-19. This comes as Universities and TVET Colleges implement online learning and close down campuses to combat the spread of the coronavirus. 

You qualify for a NSFAS bursary if you plan on registering or you are already studying at one of the public TVET colleges Not sure if NSFAS funds the TVET College you're at or plan to go to? Well, now you can find out. Read further.

Students have started a petition calling for NSFAS and the Higher Education Minister to give more support to the 'missing middle' students. These students are seen as "too rich to qualify for NSFAS but too poor to pay their fees". 

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