Let Feenix Help Pay Your Fees TODAY

Are you a student registered at a public South African University? Do you find yourself worrying about how you'll pay for your fees? Register a profile with Feenix today and start fundraising towards debt-free education!

Are you a student registered at a public South African University? Do you find yourself worrying about how you'll pay for your fees? Register a profile with Feenix today and start fundraising towards debt-free education!

Feenix is a student programme that uses the process of fundraising in order to helped students fund their studies.  They assist students with avoiding an accumulation of debt which would have brought about issues while you're pursuing your studies. They encourage you to access your community and work together to achieve students goals. Being a part of 'the middle' has students not being eligible for bursaries at time but Feenix is able to assist these students.

Majority of students require funding for their studies and often find themselves searching frantically for any form of financial assistance available to them.

Requirements

  • you are a South African citizen/permanent resident/refugee or asylum seeker
  • you are registered at a public South African university
  • you have current or historical debt owing to your university
  • your combined household income is under R600k per year
  • you have a certified copy of your identity document
  • you have an official* fee statement [*(not older than 30 days and on the university’s letterhead)]

How Do I Apply?

  • Make sure you tick all the things mentioned above.
  • Visit their website and register.
  • From there on, Feenix will assist you.
  • You will then need to share your profile with people in your community and elsewhere in order to get funded and you can start your journey to a debt-free education.

Visit this page for more information on Feenix.

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