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MYNSFAS Portal

myNSFAS portal is the portal used by NSFAS applicants and beneficiaries to receive information about their funding. NSFAS stands for the National Student Financial Aid Scheme and NSFAS provides bursaries to South African students who can't finance their studies themselves.


Are you a TVET College students doing Trimester or Semester Study? Need financial assistance? NSFAS Applications for Trimester and Semester Study are open so apply now.


NSFAS has introduced a new and easy way to unlock your NSFAS Wallet. You can now unlock  your NSFAS Wallet account by simply using your cell phone. Keep reading to find out how.


First year university students have been left worrying about whether they can afford their courses this year after the funding decisions were delayed at the last minute.  The student finance body has now announced that they have finalised the funding decisions for first-time applicants.


Many students and parents have had their frustrations grow as they encounter issues with the myNSFAS portal. Now, NSFAS CEO, Andile Nongogo, has given somewhat of an explanation about this.


If you have applied to NSFAS and were asked to complete a consent form so that your application is completed, keep reading to find out how to gain access to it. 


In order to provide students with improved online security, the myNSFAS portal has been upgraded. If you are studying at a TVET college, you will then need to re-register your account to track your funding progress through the myNSFAS portal. Read further to see how to do this. 


NSFAS communicate the decisions on funding via the MYNSFAS student portal. Here are the application status codes they use.


Students whose 2020 applications for NSFAS Funding were unsuccessful should submit their appeals directly to NSFAS through the MyNSFAS portal.


A petition has been started to get NSFAS to re-open the bursary for applications from youth who want to study at universities this year but didn't apply during the application window last year.

 


NSFAS has received a high amount of total of new applications however applications are officially closed. 

 


The National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) offers funding in the form of bursaries to South African students to help them obtain higher education and training. 


You need to supply all supporting documents before NSFAS can approve your funding application. These are the details on how you can supply your supporting documents.


NSFAS-Funded students who qualify to receive allowances directly from NSFAS will receive cash funds in their NSFAS Wallets.

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