Study in:South Africa
Deadline: 31 Dec 2108
University Free State National Student Financial Aid Scheme
Application for 2019 NSFAS funding is now open for applications for all new South African students. Scholarships are available to pursue undergraduate degree/diploma or postgraduate degree programs.
The UFS is a research-led, student-centered and regionally-engaged university that contributes to development and social justice through the production of globally competitive graduates and knowledge. UFS vision, mission, and values help us to ‘keep our eye on the ball’. This is where we start when we make decisions, plan our future, and evaluate what we have done.
Applications Deadline: Open for applications
Course Level: Scholarships are available to pursue undergraduate degree/diploma or postgraduate degree programs.
Study Subject: You already have an undergraduate degree/diploma or postgraduate degree other than the postgraduate qualifications listed below, which you may apply for:
BTech – Architecture/Architectural Technology
BTech – Engineering (all disciplines), Cartography, Forestry
BTech – Biokinetics, Biomedical Technology, Biotechnology
BTech – Chiropractic, Homoeopathy, all Nursing
BTech – Clinical or Dental Technology, Emergency Medical Care
Postgraduate Certificate in Education
Postgraduate Diploma in Accounting
Scholarship Award: Government has set up the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) to provide students with financial assistance to cover the cost for registration and tuition and to provide them with allowances for books, food, transport, and accommodation.
Nationality: South African citizens are eligible are eligible to apply for this fellowship.
Number of Scholarships: Numbers not given
Scholarship can be taken in South Africa
Eligibility for the Scholarship
Eligible Countries: South African citizens are eligible are eligible to apply for this fellowship.
Entrance Requirements: Applicants must meet the following criteria:
You are a South African citizen with a household income of R350 000 or less, you are registered at this institution, and have not been approved for NSFAS funding in 2018
• You are a South African citizen with a household income of R350 000 or less, you are registered at this institution, but have not applied for NSFAS funding before
• You are a South African citizen with a household income of R350 000 or less and you plan to study at a public university or TVET College in 2019 and require funding.
How to Apply: Make sure that you have certified and valid copies of the following documents before attempting to apply for funding:
• Your South African identity document/card (or an unabridged birth certificate (if you are younger than 16 years old)
• ID of parents and/or guardian (or death certificate where applicable)
• Pay advice/letter of employment/pension advice stating income (SASSA slips are not required and SASSA should not be included as household income)
• A completed and signed consent form must be filled in with your parent’s/guardian’s signatures. Applications without a consent form signed by all people whose incomes have been declared in the application will not be accepted and will be considered incomplete
• If you have a disability, please download the Disability Annexure A, complete it, and submit it with your application