Sekhukhune TVET College Nsfas Application 2023-2024
Sekhukhune TVET College Nsfas Application
Nsfas Application for Sekhukhune TVET College
The National Student Financial Aid Plan is a government-sponsored program for South African students that provides financial assistance to disadvantaged undergraduate students to help them pay for their post-secondary education following high school. The Department of Higher Education and Training is a government agency that funds higher education and training programs.
The National Student Financial Aid Scheme was established in 1996, replacing the Tertiary Education Fund (TEFSA) of South Africa in 1999. The TEFSA program was a non-profit organization that managed and operated NSFAS from its founding until 2000.
Various Methods of Application
1. Applications are available online (www.nsfas.org.za)
2. Institutions of Higher Learning with Walk-In Centers
3. Isibindi Program: Drop and Go: Manual Applications at Local NYDA Offices (Social Worker Support Via Outreach Team)
• Matric Certificate
• Identity Document/Birth Certificate
• Last Academic Results
• Proof of parents income (If parent/s employed)
• Death Certificate/s (If parent/s deceased)
• Doctor’s Certificate (If permanently disabled)
Nsfas Opening Date for Fresh Applications
Nsfas Online Application Opens from 1st September and closes on November 30.
The following expenses are reimbursed for applicants who receive NSFAS funding:
- Accommodation or transport
- Learning material
- Personal care
Who may apply for the TVET College Bursary Program?
A South African citizen who has registered or intends to register for the NCV or NATED (Report 191) program, is in financial need and can demonstrate academic potential.
Will all eligible students who apply be covered by the bursary fund?
Due to the limited bursary money available, the scholarship does not cover all students at the college.
Do students who receive bursaries have to repay the money once their studies are completed or over?
Students at TVET College do not have to repay the money because it is a bursary, not a loan.