The National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) says students wishing to apply should do so at the offices of the National Youth Development Agency (NYDA) before until 12:00 on Saturday. Students can still apply online until midnight on Saturday.
A tweet from @NYDARSA says “NYDA Offices are open from 08:00 – 12:00 today as part of the last push before closing of applications at midnight.”
NSFAS recently partnered with the NYDA to use their centres to assist applicants who have not yet applied for funding, especially those who do not have internet access and those in rural areas.
Department of Higher Education spokesperson Ishmael Mnisi says, “It is only a day left before the closing of 2020 applications and anyone who has not as yet applied to further their studies for the 2020 academic year at any public university or TVET college in South Africa should take advantage of this arrangement and apply.”
Applications close at midnight tonight.
Young people receiving @myNSFAS application assistance at the NYDA West Rand Branch.
NYDA Offices are open from 08:00 – 12:00 today as part of the last push before closing of applications at midnight. #YearOfTheYouth pic.twitter.com/JzeOMSqDHH
— NYDARSA (@NYDARSA) 30 November 2019
[Statement] Minister Blade Nzimande calls for prospective @myNSFAS NSFAS applicants to use the @NYDARSA centres to apply for the NSFAS bursary for the 2020 academic year. #NSFAS2020 Read more: https://t.co/V3xqg1hntd pic.twitter.com/fdul1AST1s
— South African Government (@GovernmentZA) 29 November 2019
Good morning SA. We wish you a great Saturday. If you need assistance with your #NSFAS2020 application, go and meet NSFAS officials at Rhoda Community Hall in Mount Frere from 09h00-14h00 or Apply here: https://t.co/NZU4M5Jh6D pic.twitter.com/pSwhOQzJIL
— South African Government (@GovernmentZA) 30 November 2019
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