nsfas documents upload

nsfas documents upload

nsfas documents upload

nsfas documents upload

The National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) is a government scholarship provided to low-income South African students who wish to attend a public university or TVET college. They support registration, tuition, and allowances, which cover transportation, living expenses, and educational supplies.

Students must upload supporting documents to NSFAS in order for them to be authorized for funding, and the bursary will often withhold any allowances unless all of the appropriate documents have been provided and approved.

How To Upload Documents

  • Go to my.nsfas.org.za and log in using your details.
  • Click on the option to ‘upload outstanding supporting documents’
  • Then lick on the tab ‘Submit Documents’

After you have completed this, you will see a message that says, “Outstanding application documents submitted successfully uploaded.”

If you did upload the papers but they didn’t work, the most typical problem is that they aren’t clear.

If you are having trouble snapping images with your cellphone, visit an NSFAS or NYDA office for assistance. If you don’t have access to an NSFAS or NYDA office and have applied to a college or university, ask their fees office for assistance.

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NSFAS Funded students will receive the following: 

  • Once off book allowance for textbooks and other learning materials
  • Meal allowance
  • Travel allowance for students staying at home
  • Accommodation allowance

The National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) has a list of documents that applicants must submit.

  •  South African identification document or card (or an unabridged birth certificate if you do not have a green bar-coded ID or Smart ID card)
  •  Parental and/or guardian identification (Or death certificate where applicable)
  •  Pay stubs, letters of employment, and pension stubs are all examples of income stubs. It should not be more than three months old (SASSA slips are not required and SASSA should not be included as household income).

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