NSFAS provides funding to which universities?
University students are eligible for financial aid from NSFAS that goes beyond the cost of tuition. Is the University you’re attending or intend to attend funded by NSFAS? You can now find out. Continue reading to learn more.
To be eligible for financial aid, you must apply or be enrolled at a public university. There will be no financial support for students who want to attend private colleges or universities under the NSFAS.
Students with household incomes below R350 000 who are in need of financial assistance can turn to NSFAS. The money you get from NSFAS isn’t merely for tuition. In addition, books, lodging, and transportation are all included in the package.
The following universities are supported by NSFAS:
- The Cape Peninsula Engineering and Applied Science
- Central Technical University
- Kwazulu-Natal University
- In Durban, the University of Limpopo Engineering and Applied Science
- Students at the University of Mpumlalanga
- University of Nelson Mandela
- Pretoria University
- Mangosuthu Engineering and Applied Science
- The University of Johannesburg in Johannesburg, the Republic of South Africa
- The North-West College
- Stellenbosch Institute of Technology
- Rhode Island School of Design
- The Free State University
- University of Sefako Makgatho
- Western Cape University
- University of Sol Plaatje (UPSOL)
- Witwatersrand University
- Tshwane Engineering and Applied Science
- Venda University
- Stellenbosch University in South Africa
- Zululand University
- Stellenbosch University’s Vaal campus Engineering and Applied Science
- Johannesburg University
- The Walter Sisulu College of Humanities
In the event that you are an undergraduate student at the University of Stellenbosch (Unisa), you are eligible for financial assistance. As a student at an online university, you would not be eligible for many of the benefits that students at traditional colleges and universities receive.
Students at Unisa are solely reimbursed for their tuition and a study materials allowance for books or electronic equipment, but not for living expenses. There is also an incidental allowance given to students registered in ten or more programs at Unisa