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NSFAS Applicants: What You Need to Know About Your Application Status

If you’ve applied for funding from NSFAS, they’ve probably told you what the status of your application is. But that can be quite confusing, and doesn’t always make clear what you need to do next. So let’s decode the application statuses so you can know what’s next for you.

What Does My NSFAS Application Status Mean?

Successfully Funded

Means: Application successfully processed and funding process has been completed.

What you need to do: Register and attend Classes.

 

Eligible For Funding But, Awaiting Confirmation Of Academic Admission

Means: Applicant qualifies for funding, but we have not yet received admission confirmation from an institution. Until such time as admission has been confirmed, funding will not be approved.

What you need to do: Inform institution’s Financial Aid Office.

 

Verifying The Household Income With Third Party Sources

Means: We are still verifying the student’s household income with credit bureaus to confirm that the income declared is under the R350 000 threshold.

What you need to do: Wait. No action required.A message will be sent if funding is approved and academic admission is confirmed.

 

Awaiting Evaluation

Means: The application has been received and needs to be assessed by a case worker at NSFAS to ensure that all information on the application has been correctly captured.

What you need to do: Wait. No action required. A message will be sent if funding is approved and academic admission is confirmed.

Application Unsuccessful

Means: Applicant’s household income is above the R350 000 threshold and therefore rejected. Or applicant has previous qualification and does not qualify for NSFAS. Or applicant has not been admitted to a university or TVET College.

What you need to do: No Action.

 

And there you have it! Do you understand your NSFAS application status now?

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Law Bursary for 2018 at Fasken

Closing Date: 30 April 2018

We evaluate potential recipients according to the following criteria:

1) Degree: Only students who are enrolled in an undergradate LLB or postgraduate LLB degree will be considered.
2) Year of study: Students must in their penultimate or final year of study in the year that the bursary is awarded.
3) Academic Performance: An average of 68% or higher in each of the years of study already completed.
4) Financial need is not a criteria, but may be a consideration.

Successful candidates are people who, in the opinion of the firm, have the potential to become an excellent attorneys at Fasken. The candidate should be a balanced individual demonstrating the ability to work hard, leadership qualities, an interest in community issues/projects, and strong self-motivation.

Required Skills

We evaluate potential recipients according to the following criteria:

1) Degree: Only students who are enrolled in an undergradate LLB or postgraduate LLB degree will be considered.
2) Year of study: Students must in their penultimate or final year of study in the year that the bursary is awarded.
3) Academic Performance: An average of 68% or higher in each of the years of study already completed.
4) Financial need is not a criteria, but may be a consideration.

Successful candidates are people who, in the opinion of the firm, have the potential to become an excellent attorneys at Fasken. The candidate should be a balanced individual demonstrating the ability to work hard, leadership qualities, an interest in community issues/projects, and strong self-motivation.

Duties & Responsibilities

Once the recipient has graduated, he/she will be required to accept articles of clerkship with the firm, if offered. Should the recipient wish to undertake articles at another firm, they will be required to refund the total bursary amount to the firm.

How To Apply

Apply Online for the Fasken: Bursary / Scholarship Programme 2018

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Bursaries-Learnerships-Scholarships and Traineeships Closing February 2018

The following are bursaries, learnerships, scholarships and traineeships closing in February 2018.

Open the posts you want to apply for and send your CVs or Applications.

Bursaries closing in February 2018

Bursary Programme at W&RSETA for 2018

City of Cape Town Bursaries for Post and Undergraduates

40 Bursaries Available for Phd Studies funded by BANKSETA

AON Bursaries for 2nd and 3rd Year Students

AECOM Engineering for Women Bursary Programme

Red and Yellow Bursaries for 2018

Learnerships Closing in February 2018

Administrative Learnerships: Must Have Grade 12

Store Assistant Learnerships at Truworths

Capitec is Hiring: Service Consultants or Bank Tellers

Afrox Has Learnership Positionsin Gauteng: Apply

Sasol Learnership Opportunities Secunda

Graduate and Internship Programmes closing in February 2018

BMW Graduates Programme

The Nestlé Internship Programme

NHC Internships: R7500 Per Month

 

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Tiber Construction Bursary Programme for 2018

The Tiber Construction bursary scheme provides financial support to qualifying candidates who wish to study full time in the field of construction. Funding support is provided for the payment of tuition, examination, residence and book fees.

Tiber Construction Hereby Invited Bursary Applications For The 2018 Academic Year

Our bursary programme currently supports 5 students in their studies in the fields of Civil Engineering and BSC Construction.

 Since the inception of our bursary scheme, 24 students have qualified in their respective fields of study, and are now employed full-time by the company.

Who Can Apply?

  • All applicants should have successfully completed their 1st or 2nd year.
  • Study with a minimum of 60% in one of the following fields:

 

  1. CIVIL/STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING
  2. BUILDING SCIENCES (CONSTRUCTION)

(Applications for any other fields of study will not be considered)

The Following Must Accompany Your Application Form:
• Certified copy of your ID
• Certified copies of all academic records

 

How to Apply

DOWNLOAD APPLICATION FORM HERE

E-mail Applications: Bursaries2018@tiber.co.za

Hand Delivery:

Tiber Construction, 12 Desond Street, Kramerville, Sandton

Application forms are available on our website, Tiber construction offices or from the bursary office at your university.

NB. Practical Work Only Offered To Selected Bursary Students

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The IAHET Bursaries for 10 Students in 2018

The IAHET invites students, irrespective of race, gender or creed, who are enrolled at tertiary institutions accredited by the Department of Higher Education and Training, to apply for bursaries for the 2018 academic year.

Imam Abdullah Haron 2018 Student Bursaries

This year, 30 bursaries worth R10 000 each will be awarded to successful applicants.

The closing date for applications is 23 March 2018.

Since the programme was launched in 2006, the IAHET has allocated bursaries totalling over R2.3 million to 350 students.

Applicants are advised that because of the IAHET’s limited human resource capacity

– all members are unpaid volunteers who hold full time jobs

– those who have not received an invitation to attend an interview must assume their applications were unsuccessful.

How to Apply

Application forms may be downloaded below, or by clicking on the What We Do tab on the home page (website link below) and then on the Tertiary Bursary Programme tab.

Completed application forms should be addressed to:

Imam Abdullah Haron Education Trust
PO Box 44506
Claremont
7735.

Closing date: 23 March 2018

DOWNLOAD APPLICATION HERE
For more information click on the following: IAHET 2018 Bursaries

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