NSFAS Lists Approved Students 2023/2024 PDF Download All Universities;- For the 2023 applications cycle, NSFAS has received 906 429 applications. To be eligible for NSFAS funding – an applicant must be a South African citizen, come from a family with a combined annual household income of not more than R350 000 per annum (in the case of students with a disability the combined annual household income may not exceed R600 000 per annum).
30 % (276 748) of the applicants have received a real-time decision when submitting an application via myNSFAS Portal.
The funding lists are made up of students’ accepted applications for the nsfas bursary. The nsfas bursary application season typically runs from the fourth quarter of the current year until January of the following year.
The funding lists are typically made public by NSFAS within the first 10 days of February following the application process in January. Therefore, we anticipate the list of accepted students (the funding list) to be made public in February 2023 for 2023.
NSFAS Lists Approved Students PDF Download 2023/2024
The funding list, of NSFAS eligible students who intend to further their studies in any of the 26 public universities and 50 TVET colleges, has been released to higher education institutions, effective today. The list contains names of students who qualify for the NSFAS funding, according to the NSFAS funding criteria.
— South African Government (@GovernmentZA) January 31, 2023
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NSFAS Lists Approved Students;-
- Cape Peninsula University of Technology
- Central University of Technology
- Durban University of Technology
- Mangosuthu University of Technology
- Nelson Mandela University
- North-West University
- Rhodes University
- Sefako Makgatho Health Sciences University
- Sol Plaatje University
- Tshwane University of Technology
- University of Cape Town
- University of Fort Hare
- University of Johannesburg
- University of KwaZulu-Natal
- University of Limpopo
- University of Mpumalanga
- University of Pretoria
- University of South Africa (UNISA)
- University of Stellenbosch
- University of the Free State
- University of the Western Cape
- University of the Witwatersrand
- University of Venda
- University of Zululand
- Vaal University of Technology
- Walter Sisulu University
Where do I apply for NSFAS funding?
You apply via the NSFAS website: www.nsfas.org.za
Must I pay registration fees if I have NSFAS funding?
No. NSFAS approved students are not expected to pay any upfront registration fees.
How will know that I have NSFAS funding?
The University Fees and Financial Aid officials have access to the NSFAS system where they can verify your funding status and NSFAS also shares lists of funded students to the University.
The National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) is a public entity reporting to the Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET). It provides financial assistance in the form of study bursaries to qualifying students who plan to study at Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) colleges and public universities.
This is what the scheme does:
- Supports access to, and success in, higher education and training for students from poor and working-class families who would otherwise not be able to afford the cost of studying at a TVET college or university.
- Provides bursaries to qualifying students at TVET colleges and public universities.
What does the NSFAS bursary cover?
To ensure that students get the most out of their studies, NSFAS makes their educational journey enjoyable and free of any financial burden by providing all necessary support from registration until graduation.
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Students who are approved for NSFAS funding are covered for the following:
- Registration fees
- Tuition fees
They also receive allowances for the following:
- Personal care
- Learning Material
- Accommodation or transport
Extra support is provided to students living with disabilities, such as:
- Medical assessments: The assessment is limited to one assessment for the duration of the qualification and on request by the Disability Unit/Student Support.
- Assistive devices: Limited to one assistive device for the duration of the qualification.
- Human support: To cover the cost of human support such as a caregiver, guide dog, scribe, tutor, or sign language interpreter.
Who qualifies for NSFAS funding?
You qualify for an NSFAS bursary if you are a South African citizen who plans to study at a public university or TVET college and you fall within one or more of the below categories:
- All SASSA grant recipients.
- Applicants whose combined household income is not more than R350 000 per year.
- Persons with disabilities’ combined household income must not be more than R600 000 per year.
- Students who started studying before 2018 and whose household income is not more than R122 000 per year.