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Bursary Q & A


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Are you interested in applying for the Funza Lushaka Bursary, however you are unsure if you qualify for the bursary since you were previously funded by NSFAS. Well, keep on reading to find out more...


Are you looking for financial assistance to further your studies? There are various options to get the funding you need to cover the cost of student tuition fees and covering your living expenses. This will allow you to focus on studying and getting the best results you can. Research has shown that graduates will earn a lot more over their lifetime than those who don't study after school, so taking out the student loan will pay off in the long run.


NSFAS Squad, Students who are approved for NSFAS funding, qualify for cash allowances to assist them in their academic journey. A NSFAS study loan or bursary is for those who do not have the financial means to fund their studies and/or cannot access bank funding, student loans or bursaries. 


Week 3 of the Bursary Scheme Educational Campaign. W&R Seta gives


Scholarships and bursaries reduce the cost of postgraduate study and the burden of debt because they don't have to be repaid.


Not sure on Bursaries and Loans? This article below will help you get in touch with resourceful information.


If a prospective student qualifies for a bursary, they will have to sign a contract with binding conditions. Accepting DHET bursary funding will not require a beneficiary to pay back the funds in monetary terms.


The President announced that “government will now introduce fully subsidised free higher education and training for poor and working class South African undergraduate students

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