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MYNSFAS Student Portal

The National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) provides bursaries to students who come from household incomes below R350 000. myNSFAS is a student portal used to track your application as well as for other announcements and messages to be seen.


With many university and TVET college students submitting their NSFAS online applications for the 2022 academic year, you might be among those looking to cancel their NSFAS online applications. Here is how you can do it.


Have you been experiencing difficulties with submitting your online NSFAS application lately? Here's what you can do about it.


NSFAS has said that students who received funding in 2021 do not have to reapply for 2022 funding, keep reading to find out more about this. 


NSFAS has recently come across a Facebook page that is scamming students. The page claims to help students with their NSFAS allowances, however, they are actually scamming them of their allowances.


Wondering what to do if your High School name does not appear on the NSFAS online application form? Do not worry, below we have the solution you are looking for.


The Walter Sisulu University student who has been accused of theft after mistakenly receiving millions in funding from NSFAS is soon due to receive a verdict on her case, which has proceeded for three years.


The Department of Higher Education and Training came under fire this week after reports of 75% pass mark was said to be a requirement for NSFAS funding. The rumour sent shock waves to a majority of students in higher learning institutions and those who are looking to join.


NSFAS recently issued a response to address the circulating media reports about its proposed academic eligibility criteria which initially drew criticism from various student bodies throughout the country.


If you are looking to pursue your tertiary studies but you’re in need of funding then you may want to apply for the NSFAS bursary. Keep reading to find out where you can apply for NSFAS funding.


Are you interested in applying for the NSFAS Bursary and wondering if NSFAS will fund you even if you’ve dropped out? Well, keep reading to find out more.


Students are now able to apply for NSFAS funding for the 2022 academic year. Scroll down to find out what the application process entails.


Do you plan on studying a Vega School course, but you're unsure whether NSFAS will fund your course? Well keep reading to find out if they do.


If you’re among those who have had grievances with the application process at NSFAS then you might be delighted to know that there have been a few changes to the application system.

 


The South African Student Congress, also known as SASCO, has welcomed the opening of the NSFAS applications which will run from 2 November to 7 January 2022. However, some students have not been able to qualify for funding and SASCO wants NSFAS to make room for them. 
 


Minister of Higher Education, Science and Innovation Dr Blade Nzimande says that the government is working towards providing support to higher education students who find themselves in the "missing middle" income bracket. 


As NSFAS Applications open soon, they have warned the public about disinformation and bogus websites that are aimed at defrauding students.


NSFAS has recently had to clear the air as fake messages have been circulating concerning what they offer students. This comes as everyone awaits an announcement from NSFAS about 2022 bursary applications.


A bunch of us are patiently waiting for NSFAS to announce when their 2022 applications will open. Now, the financial aid scheme has given us some insight into why we are seeing this delay.


Due to us entering Level 1, NSFAS has finally announced that they'll be reopening their walk-in centre. NSFAS is yet to say more when it comes to their NSFAS bursary applications for 2022.


NSFAS has now warned students against the latest scam which could potentially see them being robbed of their NSFAS allowances. Many students have fallen victim to these kinds of scams before with many depending on those allowances to survive.

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