Can I Apply For A Funza Lushaka Bursary If My Salary Is Low?
Wondering if you can apply for a Funza Lushaka Bursary if you are earning next to nothing? What must I be earning in order for nsfas to cover me? Find out more below.
Question: Can I apply for a FUNZA lushaka bursary with my low salary?
Answer: Funding is based on combined household income.
Find out more on who qualifies for a bursary from nsfas here.
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