NSFAS does not fund short courses, even if you’re doing them through a University. Unisa students who are funded through NSFAS only receive a Learning Materials Allowance and Living Allowance
NSFAS will not cover the following: Short courses. Courses being done through a private college or private higher education institution. Part-time studies. Postgraduate studies. Second degrees.
Does NSFAS pay for registration at Unisa? NSFAS provides funding for students’ registration at Unisa. The following applies if you are registering: First-time NSFAS applicants: Please ensure that you are temporarily registered during Unisa’s registration period while waiting for NSFAS funding confirmation.
NSFAS funded students at Unisa qualify for a learning materials allowance of R5200 per year. This is to be used for textbooks and other learning materials needed to complete their studies. Unisa students who are registered for ten modules or more are also allocated an incidental allowance of R290 per month from February to November each year. This […]