NSFAS Applications Open At TVET College


Boland College has announced the dates for NSFAS appeals and Trimester 3 NSFAS applications. Scroll down to find out when it will take place.


The National Student Financial Aid Scheme has funded TVET Colleges for years because they believe a TVET qualification will equip students with occupational and vocational skills required in South Africa.

TVET Colleges have proven to enable entrepreneurial potential in students which is needed to build a strong economy.

The qualification criteria for NSFAS includes:

  • You need to be a South African citizen.
  • You need to be registered or intending to register on a PLP, NC(V) or Report 191 programme at any of the 50 public TVET Colleges in South Africa.
  • You need to meet the financial eligibility criteria.
  • If you are a returning student, you need to demonstrate proven and accepted academic performance in line with the institution’s progression policy or the progression prescriptions of the Bursary Rules and Guidelines.
  • Should not be enrolling for a qualification that duplicates previous learning that was funded by the state.
  • Combined gross family income of up to R350 000 per annum.

Boland College has announced that their students and prospective students should know that Semester 2 Appeals for new and continuing students will remain open until 15 October 2021.

Trimester 3 Applications are currently open and will close on 22 October 2021. Trimester 3 Appeals for new and continuing students at Boland College will open on 11 October and close on 29 October 2021.




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