NSFAS Bursary online application The National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) is in charge of providing students with financial aid to help them get started in their professions. The DHET Bursary Scheme, often known as the NSFAS bursary, is one of these financing options.
Bursaries provided by the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) have saved many students’ lives. Given the tremendous demand for the bursary, guidance on how to apply could be extremely beneficial.
To apply online, applicants must first register and create a MyNSFAS profile on the NSFAS website, which will act as their personal account where they may log in throughout the year for updates on their applications and funding.
How To Submit Your NSFAS Online Application
- Creat a myNsfas account.
- If you already have a myNsfas account, go to myNsfas and click ‘login’ to fill out your information.
- If you do not already have a myNsfas account, click the ‘Create account’ button.
- Access your myNsfas account.
- Click the ‘Apply’ button.
- Respond to the questions on the screen.
- Upload any necessary supporting documentation.
- Click the ‘Submit’ button.
- You will subsequently be given a reference number for your application.
Do you qualify for NSFAS?
- A South African citizen;
- financially poor as judged by the NSFAS means test; academically deserving and able to demonstrate academic success; and
- If you have applied or are applying to study for a qualification at a public university or TVET College.
- To study at a TVET College with NSFAS funding, you must have completed Grades 09/10/11/12.
- To be eligible for NSFAS financing to study at a university, you must have completed Grade 12.
- All current SASSA grant recipients will not be means tested; orphans and children with unemployed parents; and students from no-fee schools.
- Applicants who are awarded NSFAS funding are not needed to reapply for the duration of their initial registered course.
Nsfas provides financial assistance to students from low-income families who are enrolled in one of South Africa’s public universities or TVET colleges. The Nsfas bursary covers more than simply tuition fees; allowances are also paid for transportation, housing, and other student necessities.