What ‘Filtering’ NSFAS Application Status Means

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Once students have submitted their NSFAS applications, they may track their status on their myNSFAS account. Here is what the NSFAS status means.


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Students who apply for the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) bursary may track their application status online under their myNSFAS account. 

It is important to know exactly what your NSFAS application status means. One NSFAS status you might be seeing is 'filtering'. 

A 'filtering' NSFAS status means that the NSFAS system verifies whether you are a returning student and if you have any previous qualifications.

There’s no timeframe when it comes to when your NSFAS status changes and how long it will take for your application to be processed.

Students are encouraged to monitor their myNSFAS portal for updates.

How Do I Check my NSFAS Status?

  1. Log in to the MyNSFAS student portal at the official NSFAS website.
  2. Input your username, password, and click on SIGN IN.
  3. Search for Track Funding Progress and click on it.

NSFAS provides bursaries to individuals who plan on studying or are applying to study at one of South Africa's 26 Public Universities or 50 TVET Colleges.

NSFAS bursaries cover more than just your tuition fees. NSFAS will also cover your registration, accommodation, transport, books and other student needs.


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