Nsfas Online 2024-2025
Nsfas Online 2024-2025
Nsfas Online 2024-2025: The NSFAS opportunity has started and qualified applicants are welcome to apply to get financial support to continue their education in the various universities and TVET colleges in South Africa. The management of NSFAS has open online applications for qualified applicants. Nsfas Application will Open on August 18 and close on September 03, 2024. When applying, students will be required to provide the following supporting documents when submitting their applications. Kindly follow the instructions below to apply for Nsfas Online 2024-2025
Who qualifies for the Bursary?
- You qualify for an NSFAS bursary if you are a South African citizen who plans to study in 2023 or you are already studying at a public university or TVET college and you meet the following requirements:
- SASSA grant recipients or
- Your combined household income is not more than R350 000 per year or
- A person with a disability with a combined household income of not more than R600 000 per year or
- A student who began their university studies before 2018 and whose household income is not more than R122 000 per year
Get started by creating a new account.
Applicants are required to create an NSFAS account before they can apply for funding. Here are the simple steps to follow to create the account.
- Log onto www.nsfas.org.za
- Click on ‘register’
- Complete the required fields (ID number, cellphone number and email address)
- Upload a copy of your ID or birth certificate. If you are uploading a copy of a Smart-ID, please ensure that both sides are visible on the copy
- Type in first names (as per ID number)
- Type in Surname (as per ID number)
- Type in your ID number (will your username)
- Type in your own Email address
- Type in your own Cellphone number
- Accept terms and conditions Tick the box provided, to allow NSFAS to check the information provided (compulsory)
- Create a Password, To (protect your account)
ID number, Names and Surname are validated against the Department of Home Affairs database. Only valid South African ID information will be accepted.
Easy Steps To Apply For NSFAS Online
- Once the student has created an account/profile and captured the required information, they click on apply and the screen above appears. Students should fill in the fathers’ details if the field applies to them and Click Next
- Students should fill in the mothers’ details only if this field applies to them and click Next, if this field does not apply to the student, they can Click Next
- Married students with spouses should fill in the required details and Click Next, if this field does not apply to the student, they can Click Next
- Students with guardians should fill in the required information and Click Next, if this field does not apply to the student, they can Click Next
- Once the student has completed all required fields and steps, the student will be required to upload the necessary documents, upon completion student can Click Next
- Students should confirm if the details and documents uploaded are correct and submit
- Final Step: Once the student clicks on “Submit” the application will be submitted successfully
What is required during the Application Process?
NSFAS may need more information from you to process your application, check what supporting documents are required and ensure that you have all the relevant information:
- Your own cellphone number and email address
- Copy of your ID or birth certificate
- ID copies of parents, guardians or spouse (If applicable)
- Your proof of income or 1 year’s IRP5 (if applicable)
- Your parents, guardian or spouse’s proof of income
- If you are a SASSA grant recipient, no proof of income will be required
- Applicants with a disability must submit a completed and signed Disability Annexure A Form, click here to download
- An applicant recognised as a Vulnerable Child by the Department of Social Development must provide a completed and signed Vulnerable Child Declaration and Consent Form, click here to download.
Once your funding application becomes successful, NSFAS will cover your costs for:
- Living allowance
- Book allowance
- Incidental/personal care allowance
If you are studying at the University of South Africa (UNISA) you will receive funding for:
- Books (subject to the number of modules registered
- Personal care allowance
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