NSFAS Applications & registration for 2023- apply here [www.nsfas.org.za];- NSFAS registration for 2023, The National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) call for the all students who cant afford the education aids to apply online for NSFAS into the 2023 academic cycle. since the nsfas closing date for 2023 and nsfas opening date was officially announced at the NSFAS website.
NSFAS Applications & registration for 2023- apply here [www.nsfas.org.za]
since the opening and closing date was announced by minister .Nzimande will open on Tuesday 2 November 2022 and close 7 January 2023 just read carefully this article to get all information concerning the NSFAS registration for 2023.
How to perform NSFAS registration for 2023
Read this article carefully in order to understand how to apply for this student financial aid scheme don’t wory since the scheme has developed a more user-friendly system that will provide real-time responses without compromising the application validation process. as students will be aware of whether they qualify soon after the have made an application.
- Visit www.nsfas.org.za and check for the myNSFAS tab.
- Create a myNSFAS account.
- Click on the apply tab and complete the sections.
- Upload required supporting documents.
- Click on ‘submit’.
NSFAS documents needed
apply as soon as possible with supporting documents so as to ensure that the process goes smoothly and quickly. correct supporting documents are important in ensuring that NSFAS processes your funding application in time for your registration at an institution of higher learning.
- Copy of ID or temporary ID issued by Home Affairs will be accepted.
- Non-SASSA applicants must provide ID copies of parent/s, legal guardian/guardian or spouse.
- Copy with both sides of the Smart-ID.
- Applicant and/or parents/legal guardian/spouse (where applicable non-SASSA) should provide latest pay slip not older than three months, Unemployment Insurance Fund letter, appointment letter, retrenchment letter.
All recognized applicants as a Vulnerable Child by the Department of Social Development should also provide a completed and signed Vulnerable Child Declaration and Consent Form.
NSFAS qualification criteria
- South African citizens or permanent residents who plan on registering or already studying at a public university or Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) college.
- SASSA grant recipients (the SASSA COVID-19 grant does not count).
- People whose combined household income is not more than R350 000 per year.
- People living with disabilities with a combined household income of not more than R600 000 per year.