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Apply for an ISFAP bursary

Have you heard of the Ikusasa Student Financial Aid Programme (ISFAP)?

Have you heard of the Ikusasa Student Financial Aid Programme (ISFAP)?

The government and private sector have come together to help poor and middle class students through this funding programme.

South Africa needs more professionals to fill critical job roles in the country such as actuaries, accountants, artisans, engineers, medial doctors, pharmacists and more.

Do you want to study one of these professions? Then you are in luck!

The aim of ISFAP is to provide funding for students who want to fill these high-priority occupations.

Who can apply?

Students that are eligible for ISFAP funding are:

  • South African citizens
  • Applicants from families whose annual income is between R0 - R600.00.00 per annum.
  • Academic achiever's
  • Students who have been accepted into a university programme
  • Students enrolled at a university that has partnered with ISFAP. Click here to view the list of partners

What does the bursary cover?

  • Full university fees
  • Accommodation
  • Books
  • Meals stipend
  • Cash allowance
  • Academic support
  • Social support

How do I apply?

Students who meet the criteria can Get Full Details Here


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