Bursaries For Rosebank College Students

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Are you Rosebank College student? Wondering where to find bursaries for your studies? Keep reading to find out. 


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Rosebank College is a private institution that is part of the Independent Institute of Education (IIE). The educational brand is the leading registered provider of private higher education in the country. 

Rosebank College offers a variety of degrees, diplomas, and higher certificates. The courses offered by the College can be completed through full-time, part-time and distance programmes. 

Rosebank College is accredited by the British Accreditation Council, which is an internationally recognised quality assurance agency. This council is an independent authority in the United Kingdom that accredits private providers globally, including Greece, Switzerland, Singapore, India, Mauritius and the United Arab Emirates.

Students who are registered at the institution can therefore be assured that the IIE learning experience meets the international best practice standards.

While students may not be able to be funded by a NSFAS Bursary as they do not cover the costs of private colleges, Rosebank College does provide students with affordable finance options to help them reach their goals at a leading college.

If you are looking for funding for your studies at Rosebank College, you should consider Fundi Educational Loans. They cover accommodation expenses, textbooks, learning devices, any outstanding balances and many more.

Fundi aims to make loans more accessible and affordable for students. They do not require students to pay collateral and repayments are deducted from students' salaries or can be paid through debit orders. 

Visit the Fundi website for more details.

Many South African banks offer loans for students looking to fund their studies as well. This loan would cover all study related expenses such as tuition, books, equipment, student accommodation, and meals.

For more information on student loans from banks, click here. 

View the Rosebank College website for more information on them. 


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