Apply Now For Bursaries
Are you looking for a bursary to cover your studies? There are many bursaries that still have applications open!
It costs money to study at college or varsity - and you need to cover your expenses if you are studying full-time. We have lots of information that will help you find bursaries.
Some bursaries available right now:
- eThekwini Municipality Student Bursaries For Undergraduate Studies 2024
- Funza Lushaka Bursary Scheme
- Coca-Cola SA Bursary Programme
- ISFAP Postgraduate Bursaries For 2024
- 2024 National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) Bursary
- Cyril Ramaphosa Education Trust (CRET) 2024 Bursary
- Environmental and Engineering 2024 Bursary At Silulumanzi
- Insurance Sector Student Fund ISFF Bursary
- Steel and Engineering Industries Federation of Southern Africa (SEIFSA) 2024 Bursary
Need help with your bursary applications? Perhaps you're wondering what the typical requirements are or what a bursary motivational letter needs to look like. We can help!
Fundi is just one of many places you can apply for a student loan. Fundi provides education loans to students that cover the expenses of registration fees and outstanding balances as well as study fees for tuition, student accommodation, a laptop or other study costs.
You can also apply for a student loan at many of our banks! Banks and private financial institutions are often more flexible with their qualifying criteria and are better equipped to offer personalised loan options.
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