To be a beneficiary of NSFAS, a student needs to submit an application alongside the required information and documents in a timely manner. We have drafted some articles to help you with this process.
Appeals need to be submitted with a motivation of no more than 1,000 characters and the relevant, supporting document(s) using myNSFAS accounts.
After you have applied for funding, NSFAS goes through certain steps to ensure that you are one of the eligible people to receive its funding.
The documents need to be uploaded to an applicant’s myNSFAS student portal account. This account is consistently updated to show the status of the person’s application.
The account allows you to check your application progress, get your application results, and upload the relevant, supporting documents, among other functions.
Applications are open and close on 31st January 2023.
You are required to sign your NSFAS Bursary Agreement (NBA) or view it in order for NSFAS to pay your allowances.