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NSFAS Status Check


Today is the last day for NSFAS Last Chance applications to be submitted for 2021 funding. NSFAS opening up this funding window was the first time in NSFAS history that this was being done.


NSFAS will close their application period for 2021 funding tomorrow which was open for three weeks. This is geared towards students who are currently studying and qualify for NSFAS but don't have any financial aid.


NSFAS has opened up a funding window for students who are registered for 2021 and have no funding. This will cover their 2021 studies.


NSFAS is giving students who are registered but have no funding to apply for a NSFAS bursary for 2021. Here's the documents you need when you submit your NSFAS application.


The National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) is giving students who are registered but unfunded a second chance for a NSFAS bursary. Here's how it works.


There's just over a week left for you to apply for NSFAS funding for the 2021 academic year, should you meet the requirements. Keep reading to find out what they are and how applications work.


NSFAS has provided clarity on how the N+ rule works to clear up any confusion students still have. Read further to find out more. 


NSFAS applications for students who are registered for 2021 and still have no funding, are open. These applications are being done a bit differently than what we're used to so keep reading to find out more.


NSFAS has opened applications for 2021 funding to a select group of students. Keep reading to find out who can apply and how applications for this period will work.


NSFAS has decided to open up an application window for University students who did not apply for NSFAS funding in 2021 but need it. These students should be without any form of bursary and financial support to be eligible. 


The Minister of Higher Education, Science and Innovation Dr Blade Nzimande has urged students funded by NSFAS to update their details on the myNSFAS portal so that they may receive their allowances in their NSFAS Wallet. 


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. 


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. 


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.


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. 

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