Who Qualifies For Funding From ISFAP?

Are you interested in applying for funding to study at a South African university or TVET College? Keep on scrolling to find out if you qualify for the ISFAP bursary.

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Ikusasa Student Financial Aid Programme (ISFAP) is a bursary for students who need financial support to study at a tertiary institution. 

The bursary is meant for students who fall under the "poor" and "missing middle" category. "Poor" and "missing middle" students are based on the student's household income. 

Students who fall under the "poor" category have a household income of R0 to R350 000 per annum and "missing middle" students have a household income of R350 000 to R600 000 per annum.

You will qualify for the funding depending on the following:

  • Household income
  • Academic criteria and registration
  • National benchmark test
  • Matric results
  • Funder constraints

The programme does a household means test for all applying students. Academic criteria and registration may vary for different institutions, however, include the National Benchmark test, matric results and funder constraints.

If you qualify, you may apply online via this link: https://applyonline.isfap.co.za/.

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