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If you are keen to pursue tertiary studies next year and you're searching for funding, then you'll be pleased to know that NSFAS will soon start preparing for 2022 applications. Keep reading to find out more. 


Are you interested in studying at False Bay TVET College and wondering if NSFAS covers their courses? Well, keep reading to find out more...


NSFAS is a public entity under the Department of Higher Education and Training. NSFAS provides financial help through study bursaries to deserving students at TVET colleges and public universities.

The funding covers the cost of registration, tuition as well as allowances for learning material, food, personal care, transport or accommodation.


If you're planning to study at Varsity College or already are, you might be questioning whether NSFAS will cover your fees for you. We have the answer so keep reading to find out.


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Maybe you're in your late 20s or even your 30s and you decide that you want to get your first degree. However, there's an issue. You can't afford it. Well, if you meet the NSFAS requirements, you can get funded from them.


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. 


Students who are studying teaching or prospective education students who require funding, this one is for you. The National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) could possibly be able to assist you with your funding needs. If not, we have another option too. 


NSFAS applications are now open to Report 191 students for the second semester at Port Elizabeth TVET College. Keep on reading to find out more...


Looking for funding to pursue your post-Matric studies? The National Student Financial Aid Scheme, better known as NSFAS, might be your answer. Keep reading to find out which courses they fund and which courses they do not.


NSFAS provides bursaries to poor and working class students and this includes those that wish to attend or are attending a TVET College. Keep reading to find out which NSFAS allowances TVET students get.


With very short notice after NSFAS announced that they would no longer be funding postgraduate qualification, PGCE students were left without funding. Thousands of students are now calling for NSFAS to reverse this decision and fund PGCE students again.


Almost 30 000 NSFAS students are in debt and must pay their Universities, according to the Democratic Alliance. They have said that this is due to inefficiencies at NSFAS.


Studying law and need funding? NSFAS might be able to help. If you are unsure whether or not NSFAS fund your law degree, was have the answers for you. 


Students of Durban University of Technology (DUT) this one is for you. If you a prospective student or are currently attending DUT and require funding for your studies we might has a solution for you. The National Student Financial Scheme might be the answer your financial problems. 


Recently NSFAS has discovered that there are over a million students that are eligible for funding. The high number of students can come as a challenge to the organization but, they say that they are working to continue to fund as many students as they possibly can. 


The delay seen in disbursing NSFAS allowances to Unisa students even went as far as a petition being started. The University has now addressed the delays and has given dates for when students should expect their NSFAS allowances.


NSFAS has now set up many goals in hopes to improve operations at the financial aid scheme. They have also brought in a NSFAS board which has now been operating for five months.


Now that NSFAS has a new board appointed, they are aiming to change and improve many things students have complained about as NSFAS does not hold the best reputation. Students will see change within the application system as further insight was given during a briefing held this week.

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