Hi, are you a student at the University of Cape Town (UCT) and finding it hard to pay your tuition fees? Then UCT Student Funding that includes both UCT Bursaries and Loan is here to assist you financially.
In this article, you will explore so many kinds of student funding including undergraduate, postgraduate, Masters, Doctorate UCT Student Funding bursaries, and the Student Loan.
UCT Student Funding: Bursaries 2021
Below are some bursaries available for UCT students:
National Student Financial Aid Scheme: NSFAS is a government entity under the Department of Higher Education, Science and Technology established according to the NSFAS Act (Act 56 of 1999) to provide financial support to disadvantaged students who wish to further their studies at public universities or TVET colleges.
How and where to apply To NSFAS
Go to the NSFAS website to register and proceed to complete your online application:
The NSFAS contact details are outlined below should you require assistance or visit your closest tertiary institution’s Financial Aid Office for further assistance.
Toll-free Number: 0860 0067 327
We encourage applicants to print a copy of their NSFAS online application and keep a record of all supporting documents, in case they are required later. Also check your email account regularly for correspondence from NSFAS and UCT.
Career Services: Bursaries Opportunities: this is A UCT offered bursary that is applicable by UCT Undergraduate. to apply visit UCT Career portal and log in.
UCT Student Funding: Loan 2021
Bank Loan: Various Banks In South Africa offer loans to undergraduates, Postgraduates, and other qualifications.
Fundi Loan: Fundi offers student loans to fund their studies. Visit their website for more info and how to apply
UCT Student Funding: Scholarships 2021
UCT Faculty Entrance scholarship: are awarded to applicants on the basis of NSC achievement in open and redress pools. For Faculty Entrance Scholarships, redress is determined by an applicant’s disadvantage factor.
UCT Faculty Scholarship: are awarded to returning students on the basis of academic achievement in open and redress pools. For Faculty Scholarships, redress is determined by self-declared racial identity. (No disadvantage factor is available for 2020 returning students.) To learn more about Scholarships Offered By the University Of Cape Town Visit Here.
NRF Postgraduate Scholarships for 2021: The DSI and NRF are pleased to announce a call of new applications for NRF Postgraduate Student Funding for the 2021 Academic year. All continuing students who are eligible for a second or third year of funding must submit a
Progress Report and not a new application. Learn more Here.
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