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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.


NSFAS has extended the deadline for appeals from 2021 continuing students at TVET colleges after these colleges didn't meet the initial deadline due to various challenges. 


NSFAS offers student loans and bursaries for students who qualify. Returning students wishing to submit appeals to NSFAS have only a few days left to do so.


NSFAS-Funded students who qualify to receive allowances directly from NSFAS will receive cash funds in their NSFAS Wallets. If you have been wondering how you can check your balance in your NSFAS Wallet, keep reading to find out. 


Are you a TVET College students doing Trimester or Semester Study? Need financial assistance? NSFAS Applications for Trimester and Semester Study are open so apply now.


If you're a Unisa student and you're funded by NSFAS then you will be pleased to find out that NSFAS will cover your registration fee. Keep reading to find out more about this. 


Are you applying for the NSFAS bursary to study at a tertiary institution? Well here is how you can log into your myNSFAS account to complete your application and manage your important information.


If you're a NSFAS-funded student and you've forgotten your NSFAS password, keep reading to find out how to retrieve it. 


NSFAS-Funded students who qualify to receive allowances directly from NSFAS will receive cash funds in their NSFAS Wallets. You may be wondering what NSFAS Wallet is, continue reading to find out. 


Recently, an image speaking on NSFAS allowances for the 2021 academic year was circulated on social media. This of course would cause anxiety and frustration amongst many NSFAS beneficiaries. NSFAS has therefore stepped up and cleared the air on what's real and what's not.


Should you have been funded by NSFAS when it was in the form of a loan scheme and you're now looking to repay your loan, here are the ways in which you can do so. NSFAS provides funding for higher education studies to South African students.


Often matrics will experience difficulty finding placement in public universities as there are not enough spaces, however they do not have to fret as there are various alternatives available for further education and training. 


If you have applied to NSFAS and were asked to complete a consent form so that your application is completed, keep reading to find out how to gain access to it. 


NSFAS-Funded students who qualify to receive allowances directly from NSFAS will receive cash funds in their NSFAS Wallets. If you need further assistance with your NSFAS wallet here's what to do. 


NSFAS Administrator Dr Carolissen discusses why NSFAS students have had to wait until the next academic year for their promised laptops. 


The National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) funds students who are enrolled at Unisa which is a distance e-learning university. Find out more about the funding these students receive. 


NSFAS requires you to make use of a myNSFAS account to apply and track your application status, here's how to create your account. 


So, you've completed your application to have your higher education studies funded by NSFAS. Now, you're waiting to hear whether it has been successful or not. Here's what will happen and what you can do if your application was unsuccessful.


University of Mpumalanga is now assessing the damage following a student rampage over NSFAS funding. Students destroyed university property which will cost the University millions of rands. The University has also had their examinations affected.


If you've forgotten your email address or cellphone number that you used to register to NSFAS and you are being asked for a One Time Pin (OTP), here's what you can do to solve that problem.


With the 2020 school year coming to an end and the academic year for some tertiary institutions finishing, higher education now has to put plans in place for next year as we all try to live alongside the virus and minimise it's effects.

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