STATUS ON NSFAS CASH ALLOWANCES
7 February 2019
NSFAS completes review of rejected applications and prepares for appeals
23 January 2019
The National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) has completed all assessments of the 2019 applications of first time entering students. Of the 417 000 applications received, more than 300 000 students have been declared approved, pending registration at public institutions for NSFAS funded qualifications. Read more
Important information for NSFAS students
18 January 2019
Important information for NSFAS students! Please download and read the document relevant to you:
- FTEN students (students that enrolled for the first time at a Higher Education Institution)
- Senior continuing students
- Senior students that applied for the first time for NSFAS and were approved
Guidelines for the DHET bursary scheme
8 January 2019
Kindly note the North-West University will no longer accept any new applications for the 2019 study year. The University is currently evaluating applications received within the time frame allocated for 2019 applications during 2018. Applicants who have successfully applied for the 2019 study year have been informed of such. The University holds a duty towards these students who applied within the allocated time frame, and who satisfied the academic requirements of their chosen fields of study.
Included below are the contact details for each campus. Please feel free to contact the University after Friday, 25 January 2019 in order to ascertain whether spots have opened up at the relevant campus, faculty and school where you would like to apply.
We trust that you appreciate the view of the University in this regard.
1. Mafikeng Campus
(018) 389 2821
2. Potchefstroom Campus
(018) 299 4055
3. Vaal Triangle Campus
(016) 910 3154
Statement by Minister of Higher Education and Training
8 January 2019
Statement by Minister of Higher Education and Training on the call to scrap registration fees, encourage walk-ins at universities, and bring the university system to a standstill. Read more...