Vuselela TVET College Nsfas Application 2023-2024
Vuselela TVET College Nsfas Application
Personal information about job status and levels is required by the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS). The National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) requests personal information from agencies about the applicant’s parents’ or guardians’ job situation and income level. NSFAS is committed to maintaining the confidentiality of personal information collected from third parties and to safeguarding the privacy of those whose personal information is provided to NSFAS. NSFAS is also committed to safeguarding personal information and using it lawfully. You and your parents/guardians are required to participate.
It is NOT CERTAIN that you will be awarded a bursary. Only those who match the DHET Bursary guideline 2019 criteria will be considered; funds are limited. (The entire version of the guideline is available at www.nsfas.co.za.)
You are a South African citizen with a family income of less than R350 000 per year who has not been authorized for NSFAS financing in 2019.
You are a South African citizen with an annual family income of R350 000 or less who has never applied for NSFAS financing.
You are a South African citizen with a household income of R350 000 or less who intends to enroll in a public university or TVET college for the first time in 2020 and need financial assistance.
Nsfas Opening Date for Fresh Applications
Nsfas Online Application opens on 1 September and ends on November 30, 2024.
A certified copy of your driver’s license or birth certificate.
Affidavit or certified copy of parents’/guardians’ ID or certified copy of parents’/guardians’ death certificate
If the student is married, a certified copy of the spouse’s ED is required.
If the student is a widow/widower, a certified copy of their spouse’s death certificate is required.
The student is divorced, and a certified copy of the divorce decree is required.
A certified copy of the most recent results is available.
Documents for travel (e.g. invoice or affidavit).
Document pertaining to lodging (e.g. invoice, affidavit or rental agreement).
Employment documents – both parents’ or guardians’ salary advice slips from the previous three months OR a SASSA letter OR a pension slip if the parents or guardians are retired. An affidavit is required if the parents or guardians are unemployed.
A consent form, which you can get here and must be filled out with your parent’s or guardian’s signatures. Applications that do not include a consent document signed by all people whose incomes have been stated will be rejected and considered incomplete.
Please obtain the Disability Annexure A from nsfas.org.za, complete it, and send it with your application if you have a disability.
All certified documents have stamps.
Please apply online at nsfas.org.za or contact the Student Support Officer on the campus where you wish to study for further information.