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Bursary Q & A

NSFAS Students Bursary

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. 

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

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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.

You do not need to pay a registration/upfront fee.

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I am a first time entrant and come from a family that earns a gross household income of up to R350 000 per annum. I have been offered a bursary/ scholarship from another funder but it does not cover my full cost of study. Can I receive funding in 2018 from NSFAS to cover the remainder of my full cost of study?

This is a grant, which covers the increases for tuition fees and university managed accommodation (where applicable), and will not have to be repaid by qualifying students.

NSFAS will not be reopening applications.

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