NSFAS Student Account
NSFAS Student Account
The National Student Financial Aid Program (NSFAS) was established under the National Student Financial Aid Program. NSFAS is a scholarship program that provides free, fully structured higher education and training to working class and poor students in South Africa.
The vision of NSFAS is to provide economic support to students from poor working-class families studying at public universities and TVET universities.
The National Student Financial Aid Program (NSFAS) was established under the National Student Financial Aid Program. NSFAS is a scholarship program that provides free, fully structured higher education and training to poor working class students in South Africa.
NSFAS’s vision is to provide financial support to students in poor working class families studying at public and TVET universities.
On December 16, 2017, President Jacob Zuma announced that the Government of South Africa “will embark on a fully structured and free higher education and training program for poor working class students in South Africa.” bottom. The fund will be phased out over a five-year period to establish a Higher Education and Training Ministry (DHET) scholarship program.
Do you have a NSFAS account?
Get ahead of the crowd by registering with the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) today.
NSFAS applications for the 2020 academic year are expected to open soon, giving eligible students the opportunity to access free government funding.
While students cannot apply yet, those who meet the criteria to receive financial aid can create an account and register on the NSFAS website immediately.
If you are planning to apply online go to My NSFAS to create your personal account today.
If you already have an account with NSFAS all you need to do is login to use your profile when the application window opens.
Stay tuned for the NSFAS announcement and be the first to submit your application.
Apply in Person
If you do not have internet access or prefer to submit your application in person you can do so at your nearest NYDA Centre.
The NYDA will help you apply online or manually. Alternatively you can complete the application at home and drop it at your local NYDA office.
If you choose to visit an NYDA branch you will have access to trained staff who can help you fill in the application forms and take you through the process.
To find a branch near you visit www.nsfas.org.za/content/nyda.html
For more info visit Nsfas Website
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