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ISFAP Ikusasa Student Financial Aid/ Bursary 2022
Organisation : Ikusasa Student Financial Aid Programme Foundation
Scholarship Name : ISFAP Ikusasa Student Financial Aid/Bursary 2022
Applicable For : South African citizen whose annual income is between R0 – R600 000.00 per annum
Country : South Africa
Last Date : 31st October 2022
Website : isfap [dot] org [dot] za
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What is ISFAP Ikusasa Student Financial Aid Programme?
ISFAP Ikusasa Student Financial Aid Programme was established to assist poor and ‘missing’ middle income university students in selected fields of study to afford the university fees by means of providing financial aid provided the candidate meets certain prescribed requirements.
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Who Qualifies For An ISFAP Bursary?
Students that are eligible for ISFAP Bursary are:
** Applicants from families whose annual income is between R0 – R600 000.00 per annum.
** Applicants must be a South African citizen
How To Apply For ISFAP Financial Aid?
The application process for financial funding from ISFAP entails:
** Apply and get accepted at your University of choice.
** Assess if you qualify based on the University you have been accepted at and then check against Universities we have partnered with.
** Assess if you qualify based on ISFAP funded degrees/programmes at University we have partnered with.
** Check your e-mails regularly once you have started your application process for further engagement and application status update.
** Applications for the academic year 2023 will be opening on the 18th of May 2022. Please proceed to Apply here
What is the Last Date of ISFAP Bursary?
Last Date of ISFAP Bursary (ISFAP Ikusasa Student Financial Aid Programme) is 31st October 2022
FAQ On ISFAP Bursary
Frequently Asked Questions FAQ On ISFAP Bursary (ISFAP Ikusasa Student Financial Aid Programme)
Will ISFAP replace the National Student Financial Aid Scheme?
No, ISFAP will not replace NSFAS as ISFAP will cater for students outside of NSFAS’ realm. The NSFAS will continue to provide funding to poor students (defined as students from households whose annual income is between R0 – R350 000).
How are the students selected? What are the qualifying criteria?
** A household means test is done for all applying students
** Academic criteria and registration, which vary per institution but will include:
** A National Benchmarking Test for some institutions (academic and behavioral strength)
** Matric results
** Funder constraints (that meet individual funder objectives) which will be applied to students applying
What is the cost of funding per student?
The cost of funding varies per institution as ISFAP funds full cost of study. The average full cost of study per student is R166 668.00 (value based on funding of over 1700 students across multiple universities and courses)
How will funding work?
Each student will receive enough funding to cover all tuition costs as well as accommodation and travel (if the student does not have accommodation), books, meals and a stipend (living allowance). This will be through a fully funded grant bursary. In addition, the Universities will provide students with academic support, social support, life skills training and medical support when required.
Address : 17 Fricker Road, Illovo, Sandton, Gauteng, South Africa
Call Centre : 010 880 0400
Email : students [at] isfap.org.za