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If you are struggling to pay your FET college fees, you should consider applying for an Ikapa Study Loan.
Which full-time bursaries in Health does the Western Cape Government offer? What does the bursary cover? Will I have to pay or work anything back? Who can apply for a bursary? How do I apply? Where do I apply? Where can I get more information?
We answer your most frequently asked questions about the Masakh'iSizwe Bursary Programme.
The most comprehensive source of funding information available on the Web, with more than 23,000 records, representing over 400,000 funding opportunities, worth over $33 billion.
Various forms of financial assistance for students and learners are available:National Youth Development AgencyNSFAS Loans for Tertiary EducationNational Youth Development Agency A comprehensive database of bursary opportunities in higher education is available on the National Youth Development Agency youth portal.
The Department of Cultural Affairs and Sport (DCAS) is committed to ensuring equal treatment for Afrikaans, English and Xhosa, and to promoting previously marginalised languages and South African Sign Language. These activities will contribute to us being better together in the Western Cape.
The National Research Foundation (NRF) provide funding for Post-Graduate studies as well as other high-level research. Find information on available funding and application procedures on the NRF website.
This site contains information for students, donors and institutions about the scheme. General information on how the scheme works and guidelines for students are available.
(Act) (File type: pdf; size: 898.48 KB)No. 56 of 1999Department of Education (National) (The Government of South Africa)
This Act establishes the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) and provides for loans and bursaries to be granted to eligible students at public higher education institutions.
SA government funded financial assistance for academically deserving and financially needy students.