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Money makes the world go round but it isn't always something we're good at managing. Sometimes, we just don't have the money we need and sometimes we aren't good at working with the money we have.

When it comes to your personal financials, you need to know how to do the following:

  • create and follow a budget
  • ways to supplement your income
  • tips for saving money

But it's about more than just the personal. Bursaries, scholarships and student loans allow you to study further when you can't necessarily afford it. Here are some things we can help with:

  • finding bursary opportunities
  • how to apply for bursaries

We've put together all the information you could possibly need about managing your personal finances and how to secure finance for your studies. Check it out below!

How to Appeal a NSFAS Rejection

NSFAS offers student loans and bursaries for students who qualify. We have details on how you can appeal if your application is refused.

In her first meeting with the administrator, Pandor urged Carollissen to prepare for the opening of 2019 applications in September 2018.

The National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) has reminded first year students, who have qualified to get a bursary from the NSFAS, to ensure that they have signed their agreements by 31 July 2018.

Leaving home to study for the first time is an exciting event filled with anticipation. This transitional period in one’s life is filled with new experiences, as well as a lot more freedom and financial responsibility.

A survey conducted among nearly 2 500 South African students has revealed that 91% of respondents would feel more confident about their finances if they were taught about financial planning while at school.

What do you do if you have a dream but don't have the finances to make your dream a reality

Are you looking for financial assistance to further your studies? The idea of a student loan may seem intimidating but researching your options will put your mind at ease and help you make an informed decision.

Education. It’s a vital part of any child’s life, but it costs money. School fees and other related costs can easily eat up a good portion of parents’ salaries.


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