Category: Post Schooling

Brand South Africa: SA student loans and bursaries

Brand South Africa’s guide to financial assistance for higher education.  If you have already enrolled at a university, or are considering doing so, their financial aid office should be your first stop. Most universities offer bursaries or grants to students that have excelled in their previous studies, or on the

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Vodacom Bursary Programme

Every year the Vodacom Foundation provides 50 students from disadvantaged communities with bursaries annually to study in the ICT and engineering sectors. Since the scheme was started in 1999, more than 1 000 bursaries have been awarded. This is an academic Merit Bursary open to fulltime first-year, second-year or third-year

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University of South Africa, Directorate of Student Funding

Unisa’s Student Funding Directorate (DSF) administers donor funds, in the form of study loans and bursaries, according to donors’ criteria. Our main aim is to assist financially needy and academically deserving students. We are proud that we have empowered a large number of students from different colleges and diverse geographical groups.

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Funza Lushaka Bursary Scheme

What Is the Funza Lushaka Bursary? The Funza Lushaka Bursary is a very popular bursary in South Africa. If you want to make a difference and become a teacher, the Funza bursary could be an option to fund your study. They offer support to undergraduate students who want to become

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University Of Cape Town List of Bursary Schemes

Information and application forms for a number of bursaries available in South Africa. UCT will co-fund and be part of this new student-centred application model. In collaboration with NSFAS and other donors and sponsors, Student Financial Aid ensures the optimal use of resources and the best funding possible for students

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University of Limpopo: List of Bursary Schemes

The University of Limpopo Bursary have been known so well as the most popular bursaries in South Africa. These kinds of bursaries will definitely be able to support your study at the campus, and also suit every important thing that you need during the learning process that you do. So

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NSFAS – The National Student Financial Aid Scheme

Fully subsidised free higher education and training for poor and working class South Africans. You qualify to apply for bursary if: You are a South African citizen; Your combined annual household income does not exceed R350 000 per annum; You are a SASSA grant recipient; You are registering for the

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Bursaries South Africa

Are you looking to further your studies but lack the funding to do so? Do you have a strong academic history, which you have maintained throughout the year? Whether you’re in your last year of school and thinking about joining University or College next year, or if you’re a current

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