Connect with us

blog

Which Courses Will NSFAS Fund In 2024 -2025

Published

on

Which Courses Will NSFAS Fund In 2024 -2025

National Student Financial Aid Scheme NSFAS application for the 2024 academic year are now open and will close on January 31st. After the closing date, applications will not be considered. Make sure your preferred course is on the list of courses that NSFAS will fund in 2024 before applying. All NSFAS-funded courses are listed in this article.

NSFAS is for prospective students who wish to continue their education at a public university or TVET college in South Africa but lack the financial resources to do so.

The following documents are required to apply for NSFAS 2024

Applications must be submitted through the NSFAS website and will require the following documentation:

  • A copy of your birth certificate or ID
  • Copy of ID of parents, guardians, or spouse (if applicable)
  • Proof of income or IRP5 (if applicable) for one year
  • Income proof from your parents, guardians, or spouse
  • It is not necessary to provide proof of income if you are a SASSA grant recipient
  • A completed and signed Disability Annexure A Form must be submitted by applicants with disabilities, click here to download it
  • A Vulnerable Child Declaration and Consent Form must be completed and signed by the applicant who has been recognized by the Department of Social Development as a Vulnerable Child.

Which Courses Will NSFAS Fund In 2024 -2024

Public universities or TVET colleges are eligible for NSFAS funding only for their first undergraduate degrees, including online and full-time courses.

Following are the courses they fund:

  1. Hospitality, Tourism, Travel, Gaming, and Leisure
  2. Human Resources
  3. Industrial & Organizational Governance and HR Development
  4. Information Studies
  5. Information Technology and Computer Sciences
  6. Justice in Society
  7. Language
  8. Life Sciences
  9. Literature
  10. Manufacturing and Assembly
  11. Marketing
  12. Mathematical Sciences
  13. Mechatronics
  14. Media Studies
  15. Music
  16. Nature Conservation
  17. Occupationally Directed ETD Practice
  18. Office Administration
  19. People/Human-Centred Development
  20. Performing Arts
  21. Personal Care
  22. Physical Planning, Design, and Management
  23. Physical Sciences
  24. Preventive Health
  25. Process Instrumentation
  26. Primary Agriculture
  27. Process Plant Operations
  28. Procurement
  29. Project Management
  30. Promotive Health and Developmental Services
  31. Psychology
  32. Public Administration
  33. Public Policy, Politics, and Democratic Citizenship
  34. Public Relations
  35. Rehabilitative Health/Services
  36. Religious and Ethical Foundations of Society
  37. Rural and Agrarian Studies
  38. Safety in Society
  39. Schooling
  40. Secondary Agriculture
  41. The sovereignty of the State
  42. Sport
  43. Traditions, History, and Legacies
  44. Transport, Operations, and Logistics
  45. Urban and Regional Studies
  46. Visual Arts
  47. Wholesale and Retail
  48. Adult Learning
  49. Building Construction
  50. Building Construction
  51. Cleaning, Domestic, Hiring, Property and Rescue Services
  52. Communication Studies
  53. Consumer Services
  54. Cultural Studies
  55. Curative Health
  56. Design Studies
  57. Drawing Office Practice
  58. Early Childhood Development
  59. Earth and Space Sciences
  60. Electrical Infrastructure Construction
  61. Engineering and Related Design
  62. Environmental Relations
  63. Environmental Sciences
  64. Fabrication and Extraction
  65. Film Television and Video
  66. Finance, Economics, and Accounting
  67. Forestry and Wood Technology
  68. General Social Science
  69. Generic
  70. Generic Management
  71. Higher Education and Training
  72. Horticulture
Advertisement
Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Trending