NSFAS Appeals Will Open Next Week

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NSFAS might have rejected your application or you might not have met your academic requirements which inevitably has resulted in you being rejected for funding, you may appeal to NSFAS for the scheme to reconsider your application.


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NSFAS has enhanced the 2022 appeals process to allow direct interaction with its students during the appeals process.

Appeals will be open on 24 January 2022 and close on 23 February 2022.

NSFAS will manage all appeals directly on their myNSFAS portal.

To submit your appeal, you need to first log onto your myNSFAS portal and submit the appeal directly to NSFAS.

Click here to start your process.

Students have at least up to 30 days to submit an appeal.

Should you have an appeal with outstanding documents, you’ll have 14 days to submit the documents, after which the appeal application will be closed automatically by NSFAS. 

Students are urged to make sure they submit the NSFAS appeal with all the required supporting documents directly to NSFAS on time.

Students ought to also submit their appeals along with supporting evidence within the stipulated timelines.

 


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