Unisa Application Nsfas Grant for 2022/2023
Unisa Application Nsfas Grant 2022/2023
NSFAS is a governmental entity under the Ministry of Higher Education and Training. It was established under the NSFAS Act (Act 56 of 1999) to provide financial support to disadvantaged students who wish to continue their studies at public universities or TVET institutes.
Please click here to login. This service for applying for the grant is only open during Unisa’s normal registration periods. Read about Unisa’s registration periods.
NSFAS applications for student funding for the 2022 academic year are now open
NSFAS applications for student funding for the 2022 academic year are open from 1 September to 30 November 2022.
To qualify for government funding for university and TVET college studies, you must
- be a South African citizen.
- register at any of the 26 public universities or 50 TVET colleges.
- come from a family with an income of below R350 000 per annum (combined).
Apply today – Its as easy as 1, 2, 3!
1 Create your myNSFAS account
2 Click the Apply tab: update your information and upload your supporting documents
3 Submit your application
Students with disabilities and students who are beneficiaries of social grants automatically qualify for NSFAS funding. Students wanting to study towards postgraduate qualifications do not qualify for NSFAS funding – you are encouraged to seek funding from the National Skill Fund and the National Research Foundation.
NSFAS has employed 200 NFAS unemployed graduates to support high learners throughout the country with the application process. These graduates will visit high schools and rural communities with no computer or internet access to assist students.
A number of administrative processes, including the convenience of fee payments and information about examinations are available on the following platforms:
All application, registration and study-related information is available on the Unisa corporate website in both web and mobi formats.
Unisa website (http://www.unisa.ac.za)
Fax enquiries to 012 429 4150
Information Services Division
firstname.lastname@example.org 0800 00 1870
012 429 3111 (Option 2)