NSFAS Is Yet To Open Applications For The 2022 Academic Year


The National Student Financial Aid has advised students to be aware that it has not yet opened its applications for the 2022 academic year.


NSFAS recently took to its Twitter Page to remind students that they have not yet opened applications for the 2022 academic year.

Reminder that Application dates for the 2022 academic year have not been announced. We advise prospective applicants to monitor our website and social media pages for official updates regarding the opening of applications.

NSFAS recently closed its last chance application window last week on Friday 03 September 2021 and is no longer taking applications for 2021 funding.

Related: NSFAS 2021 Applications Will Close Today

For further updates, you can contact NSFAS through their website, telephone number and their various social media platforms listed below:

Tel: 0800 067 327 or E-mail: [email protected]

NSFAS can also be reached through their various social media accounts such as: 

Facebook: National Student Financial Aid Scheme

Twitter: myNSFAS

Instagram: myNSFAS  

Their Contact Centre opens from Monday To Friday between 08:30-17:00. NSFAS also revealed in a statement issued in July that they received and processed 839 130 online and manual applications for 2021 funding.





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