Do you need funding for your studies? The government has made financial aid available to students through the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) but there are conditions for funding.
Many students find the NSFAS application process to be complicated and slow. To simplify the process we've shared the answers to some of the most Frequently Asked Questions from current and prospective NSFAS students.
NSFAS has warned young people to be wary of scams as the last minute rush to complete applications for NSFAS funding kicks in.
NSFAS received a record number of 543 268 first-time funding applications by the end of its application period on 30 November 2019.
If you're looking for financial aid for your tertiary education, you may be considering applying with NSFAS. Here's a guide on how to apply online at NSFAS.
Minister, Blade Nzimande, says all NSFAS qualifying students do not have to pay upfront registration fees at universities or TVET colleges.
If you’ve been looking for funding for your studies, you may have come across the the term NSFAS. You may be wondering: what is NSFAS? Let’s take a look at what NSFAS is and what it can do for you.
NSFAS management have denied weekend media reports that they have put the funding of 100 000 young people at jeopardy by losing the supporting documents for their bursary applications.
NSFAS applications for 2020 will be closing on the 30th November 2019 so there is only a very short time left to make sure all documents have been uploaded and approved.
There are only a few days left for students in 2020 who want to apply for NSFAS funding to pay for their tuition fees and other expenses next year.
The National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) says it has been inundated with 141 933 applications since the beginning of September.