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ISFAP refers to the Ikusasa Student Financial Aid Programme which provides bursaries to students with the ISFAP requirements being that they come from households with an annual income falling between R0 and R600 000 and are registered within the universities and courses that ISFAP partners with.

Part of the ISFAP bursary is that you get various forms of an ISFAP monthly allowance. ISFAP bursary allowance is a great help to students with ISFAP offering other support services to their students as well.

The ISFAP closing date usually comes at the end of October with ISFAP 2022 application cycle having opened in July.

Careers Portal brings you all the ISFAP information you need such as ISFAP login, ISFAP bursary login, ISFAP student portal login and the ISFAP consent form. We also give you guidance on how to submit your ISFAP bursary application.

Keep scrolling to find out all you need to know about ISFAP bursaries.
 


The Ikusasa Student Financial Aid Programme, better known as ISFAP, is in charge of the ISFAP bursary which extends to missing middle students. Here's when applications will open for 2023 bursaries.


The ISFAP bursary is geared towards students who come from poor and working class backgrounds, including the missing middle. Will ISFAP pay for courses which are done at private colleges though?


The Ikusasa Student Financial Aid Programme (ISFAP) provides ISFAP bursaries to students who come from poor and working class backgrounds. Here's whether they'll fund postgrad courses.


The Ikusasa Student Financial Aid Programme, known as ISFAP, has said that the evaluation of funding applications is currently underway.


ISFAP has officially launched their ISFAP thirty, seventy crowdfunding campaign, which aims to help students receive funding to pursue their dreams. ISFAP has decided to partner with BackaBuddy in this campaign.


The Ikusasa Student Financial Aid Programme (ISFAP) Foundation NPC attracts investment into the future of our communities and the economy: its focus and practical approach is to support the ‘missing middle’ segment of students at public universities throughout South Africa.


As a prospective university student for the 2022 academic year, chances are, you're looking for assistance in funding your studies. Fortunately for you, ISFAP bursary applications are still open, keep reading to find out more about how to apply. 

 


If you're wondering whether or not you'll have to pay your ISFAP bursary back after graduating, the answer is right here.


Have you applied for an ISFAP bursary and you want to track your application? Keep reading to find out how to check your ISFAP application status.


The Ikusasa Student Financial Aid Programme is a support and funding model for underprivileged students that fall under the categories of "Poor" and "Missing Middle". But is it a loan? 


Launched in 2017, ISFAP welcomed its first group of 135 students at the Stellenbosch University in 2018. Part of this group were 37 bright young minds embarking into the world of Accounting, and this article tells their story of support, trust, resilience and, ultimately, triumph.


The Ikusasa Student Financial Aid Programme, what we know as ISFAP, has announced when they will open their applications for 2022! Here's all you will need to be ready to apply.


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The Ikusasa Student Financial Aid Programme, what we know as ISFAP, offers bursaries to missing middle students. Here's what's needed to stay funded by ISFAP.


Applications to be covered by the Ikusasa Student Financial Aid Programme, better known as ISFAP, in 2022 will open in July. Careers Portal had a chat with ISFAP where all your questions on the bursary were answered.


We've heard the term 'missing middle' come up frequently when speaking about higher education and funding but what does it mean? Sifanele Biyela, Regional Project Manager at Ikusasa Student Financial Aid Programme, explains what the 'missing middle' is.


South Africa seems short when it comes to missing middle funding. This is where ISFAP comes in. Sifanele Biyela, Regional Project Manager at Ikusasa Student Financial Aid Programme, explains the difference between ISFAP and NSFAS. 


Sifanele Biyela, Regional Project Manager at Ikusasa Student Financial Aid Programme, had a chat with Careers Portal where we gained insight into who they are and what they do. ISFAP provides bursaries so if you're looking for financial aid, this might be for you.


If you are under the ISFAP bursary and are asked to complete the consent form but aren't sure where to find it, we can help you. 


ISFAP is the Ikusasa Student Financial Aid Programme, a bursary scheme that is targeted towards the missing middle. A question you might be asking is if they will fund you if you are a SASSA beneficiary, here's the answer.


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