NSFAS closing date

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NSFAS is the National Student Financial Aid Scheme which is a government loan and bursary fund for students through the NSFAS fundingNSFAS application and registration opens in the later part of the year for students with the NSFAS closing date usually being in the next calendar year.

NSFAS gives bursaries to students from poor and working class backgrounds which goes beyond just paying for your fees. They’ll also pay for your registration, accommodation, transport, books through NSFAS allowances.

So what are the NSFAS requirements?

The most important requirement is that your household income should come to R350 000 or less per year. This means that if you add up everyone’s salaries in your house for the year and it comes to over R350 000, you won’t qualify.

Usually, students and future students will submit their NSFAS online application for a NSFAS bursary using myNSFAS

Careers Portal has everything you need to know about NSFAS, NSFAS applications and NSFAS allowances.

NSFAS applications open in August/September and close in November/December.


Continued student funding is understood to be crucial if you are a tertiary student looking to complete your studies and secure your qualification. With this in mind, here’s the NSFAS closing application deadline for the 2022 second trimester if you're a TVET college student.


If you are a student who is currently enrolled at one of the country's public TVET colleges and qualify for NSFAS student funding, you will be pleased to know that applications for the 2022 second trimer are officially open. Submit your application following the procedures detailed below. 


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There is a very short window of time left for students who are yet to submit their 2022 Second Semester NSFAS applications, as today marks their last chance to do so. It is therefore advised that they apply as soon as possible.


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