NSFAS Funding Bursaries Available 2018 – SA Bursaries 2019

By | January 11, 2018

NSFAS Funding Bursaries

NSFAS funding bursaries aim is to transform NSFAS into an efficient and effective provider of financial aid to students from poor and working class families in a sustainable manner that promotes access to, and success in, higher and further education and training in pursuit of South Africa’s national and human resource development goals.

NSFAS Funding Bursaries – What are they?

A NSFAS bursary is the money you receive to cover the costs of your studies for certain qualifications at any public university or college in South Africa.
This money does not have to be repaid to NSFAS.

NSFAS Funding Bursaries – We administer various bursary funds, including:

The Funza Lushaka Bursary Programme to train teachers
Bursaries for studying Social Work through the Department of Social Development
Bursaries from the National Skills Fund for scarce skills
Bursaries for the National Certificate (Vocational) and for certain Report 191 courses at TVET colleges
The bursary programme of the Department of Higher Education and Training for students with disabilities.

How To Apply for NSFAS Funding Bursaries?

If you will not be studying at any of the above listed institution, please contact your financial aid office or student support office on campus to apply for funding.
Click here to find their contact details

The National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) is the government student bursary and loan scheme that receives its funding budget from, and reports to the Department of Higher Education and Training. The scheme was established in terms of the National Student Financial Aid Scheme Act 56 of 1999. We provide financial assistance
in the form of bursaries and loans to eligible students at public universities and Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) Colleges in South Africa. We administer such bursaries and loans, and recover the loans from students once they have graduated and are employed. NSFAS also raises funds in order to increase the funding pool for student bursaries and loans.