NSFA closing date for 2023

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NSFA closing date for 2023,NSFAS 2023 Application Closing Date


NSFA closing date for 2023

The National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) is now accepting funding requests for the academic year of 2023. But when does this window of opportunity close?

The deadline for applying for funding from the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) for the 2023–2024 school year is January 31, 2023.


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The application period for NSFAS began on September 28, 2022.

In an interview with the media, Minister of Higher Education Blade Nzimande said that the financial aid provider is starting to accept applications earlier this year to give applicants enough time to send in their applications and any supporting documents.

The NSFAS bursary makes sure that students from poor and working-class families can go to public universities and Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) colleges without having to worry about money.

One big change coming to NSFAS is that colleges and universities will be able to get their money before they open back up in late January or early February.

Most of the time, institutions get the money from the Treasury in April, which is a few months after students have already started school.

If the change is made, schools will be able to have money ready before the school year starts to help NSFAS-eligible students pay for school.

Applications for funding can be made on the NSFAS portal, myNSFAS. NSFAS has also made it possible for students to apply for funding through other ways, such as a mobile app, USSD, and WhatsApp.

Students will be able to see how their funding applications are going and cancel them through these channels. Before, they could only do these things on the NSFAS website.

Bursaries from NSFAS pay for both tuition and housing for students who have been approved for funding and are enrolled in a college or university. These students will also get money for food, transportation, and books.




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