University of Fort Hare UFH NSFAS Application Form 2022/2023

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National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS)

Application forms and information for NSFAS can be obtained from UFH Financial Aid

office. The application forms must be accompanied by all stated supporting documents, eg, Certified ID copy of student/ applicant, Certified ID copies of both parents, if one/both are deceased- certified death certificate, income statement/ payslip of both parents if they are working, if they are not working an affidavit stating they are not working, if they are getting a grant, a proof showing that, if the applicant has brothers and sisters, their certified ID/ birth certificates copies, if they are registered with other tertiary institutions, proof of that is also required. Original documents and copies must be taken to the nearest Police station/ local Post Office for the stamp.

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All those documents must be certified with the stamp not older than three (3) months.

Original documents are not accepted. It is the responsibility of the student to make sure that the application form is fully/ correctly completed.

On submission of NSFAS application form, student will receive a receipt, which should be kept as a proof of application, without it, is your word against ours. Please present your slip at all times to the Financial Aid/Bursary Office.

NSFAS is only available for South African citizens.

Students will be notified in writing if they have been successful or not in December by post.

Students have to apply for the loan every year. Closing date for current students is 31st August each year.

All students can apply for a loan from the National Students Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS), a government loan scheme with the added incentive of a bursary conversion (max 40%) depending on academic performance. The parent’s/family’s contribution towards the student’s study cost is called the Expected Family Contribution (EFC) and is calculated using the Government’s National Means Test.


Financial Aid Office

University of Fort Hare

Private Bag X1314 • Alice • 5700

Contact Person: Mr Alberto Lai-wing

Tel: 043-704 7007



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