Cape Peninsula University of Technology CPUT NSFAS Application 2021-2022
Are you a student hoping to study at CPUT but lack the financial means to do so?, or you are a current student of CPUT seeking out financial aid to continue your studies?, then look no further. On this page is a highlight and overview of all the necessary steps and procedures required to successfully apply for your NSFAS Aid for the 2021-2022 academic year.
Students are reminded to adhere to the NSFAS requirements and to also ensure that all details submitted during their application are correct and without errors. This is because misinformation and missing documents will greatly reduce ones chances of getting approved. Secondly, NSFAS will not be held liable for any errors you make, students are therefore encouraged to double check before submitting.
With this said, lets proceed to the CPUT NSFAS Application for 2021-2022.
Lets get to Know What the NSFAS is all About.
The National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) is a South African Government backed initiative geared towards the education of students from less privileged homes, typically households that make less than R350000 a year. The NSFAS Aid aims at enabling these students attain a university or TVET education by sponsoring their Tuition fees, Accommodation, study materials and registration while providing extra funds for personal upkeep.
So What Steps Can i Take to Apply for the Cape Peninsula University of Technology CPUT NSFAS for 2021-2022
Below are links to the CPUT NSFAS Application Forms for , as well as links to Other important documents necessary for your CPUT Application in . If you are in need of how to apply for the NSFAS, kindly see CPUT NSFAS Online Application for . It should be noted that applicants are advised to take special care when filling the forms. Double check to ensure that all details are correct, and all documents attached.
The application for this bursary is done online on the NSFAS website, which can be accessed by clicking here. This is where the form is obtained from in case you were wondering ‘where can I get NSFAS application form?’.
Before accessing the NSFAS Online Application Form however, you will need to create a myNSFAS Account, kindly follow this link to create the account. It will provide you with a platform so you can register and create your profile online.
Applicants should note that after creating your myNSFAS Account, changes can be effected easily, such as a contact change or name change. To do this, log into the myNsfas Account with the details provided when you initially opened the account. Visit your profile and effect the changes required. After this click on ” Update Details” to save your new changes.
This process is relatively straight forward, unlike situations where you will want to change a phone number, in this instance, a pin code is sent to the new telephone number you intend using, once confirmation is through, you are done. This is done only once.
If you are applying for the funding for the first time, you will be required to sign the NSFAS Bursary Agreement form. The process is as simple as clicking on the link that NSFAS will send to your email after you have submitted the application on your account.
Clicking on this link will require you to provide your identification number after which a One Time Pin will be shared on the phone number that you provided on your profile. You will be required to feed the One Time Pin and the other details in the form.
Once you are through, a notification will be sent on your screen to show the Terms and Conditions and that the application has been submitted. This notification means that you have successfully signed the NSFAS Bursary Agreement. If you have not attained the age of 18, your parents or guardian could sign the form for you.
CPUT NSFAS Application Status 2021-2022 | Cape Peninsula University of Technology
To check your NSFAS Application Status, visit or log into your myNSFAS Account. Details on the current status of your application will be made available there.
Below are links and steps on how to check your application status at Cape Peninsula University of Technology CPUT.
All applications are loaded onto the CPUT system. Once loaded onto the system, an sms will be sent to you acknowledging that the institution has received your application. Note, this is not an acceptance notice.
Track your application
Prospective applicants, who have handed in an application form, can track the progress of their application online or by calling.
CPUT Call Centre
Tel: +27 21 959 6767
Tel: 086 123 2788
Bellville Campus Admissions Office
Tel: +27 21 959 6256
Tel: +27 21 959 6270
The National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) is calling on all prospective and returning students who have not yet applied for financial aid to do so by November 30.
Applicants can submit their applications online at www.nsfas.org.za . They can also visit their nearest National Youth Development Agency (NYDA) centre for support with their application.
NSFAS has indicated that there will be no extended window period for applications and no applications will be accepted after the 30 November deadline.
The application process takes only five minutes to complete and requires only a copy of the Identification Document (ID) of the applicant and their parents, payslips of both parents, if parents earn an income and a consent form to give the Scheme permission to verify income. Those whose parents are not working are only required to submit a signed consent form.
Continuing students who are funded by NSFAS this year will be contacted by NSFAS to sign their agreements online, if they have not done so already. They are not required to reapply as funding will automatically continue, if they meet the progression rule of a 50% pass.
CPUT NSFAS Contact Details
CPUT NSFAS Application Closing Date