Here’s When NSFAS Trimester 2 Applications Will Close

Continued student finance is recognized as being essential if you’re a tertiary student hoping to finish your coursework and earn your degree. Here is the NSFAS closing application date for TVET college students for the second trimester of 2023.

All TVET college students nationwide may now apply for second-trimester funding through the National Student Financial Aids Scheme (NSFAS). However, it is equally crucial for applicants to keep in mind that the application deadline is coming up soon.

On Friday, August 19, NSFAS will end accepting TVET college applications for the second trimester of 2023. If you haven’t already, you can submit your application manually or online at your local TVET college campus by doing the following.

Make use of the online application system for walk-ins (super users) or students to complete their applications at the computer lab of their college. A platform for assistive capture applications. Officials from the TVET college campus will then collect the application on the student’s behalf.

The following supporting documents must be submitted with the application by the students:

  1. A copy of the student’s temporary ID, their ID document, or their birth certificate from South Africa
  2. A copy of the birth certificate, an ID, or a temporary ID for the parent(s), guardian(s), or spouse Student, parent(s), guardian(s), or spouse (not older than three months) proof of income (if applicable).
  3. Students who are Sassa social beneficiaries are not required to provide proof of income.

However, a student who has been designated as a vulnerable child (such as by a social worker) must present a Vulnerable Child Declaration Form that has been filled out by one. Following the completion and submission of the application, NSFAS will review it and inform the students of the results.

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It is advised that students must regularly check the NSFAS website after submitting their application to follow up on it.

It will not be necessary for those who applied for NSFAS during the walk-in application period to complete the NSFAS system access form. To reactivate their account, they only need to send an email to¬†[email protected]

South African students who are struggling financially but want to enroll in public universities or TVET colleges can apply for NSFAS, a government-funded bursary that covers the cost of their education.

The funding from NSFAS is used to cover the costs of registration, tuition, lodging, books, supplies, transportation, and daily living expenses.

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