How To Login To Fundi?
Once you have applied for the Fundi loan, you will be able to login to Fundi.
Fundi is a South African Education Finance specialist. They strive to help students achieve their dreams, by covering the costs of attending tertiary institutions.
They cover the following:
- Study loans
- Short courses
- Accommodation loans
- Executive loans
- MBA funding
- Study device loans
- Educational tools
Fundi's online website help students find accommodation, buy airtime and data and gain access to eBooks.
Here is how you can log in to Fundi:
- Click here to access the website.
- Select “Login” in the top right corner.
- Tap “Student Login”.
- Then you may enter your username and password, and log in.
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