Tshwane North TVET College NSFAS Application 2024-2025

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Tshwane North TVET College NSFAS Application 2024-2025

Tshwane North TVET College NSFAS Application 2024-2025 Does Tshwane City College offer Nsfas?

NSFAS financial support previously was in the form of loans and still needs to be paid back when you find employment after completion of your studies. If you passed all your subjects, 40% of the NSFAS funding for that particular year/semester was converted into a bursary. This means you will only pay back 60% of the loan when you start working.

The National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) is a government-funded program aimed at providing financial assistance to eligible students who are pursuing tertiary education in South Africa. For students who wish to study at Tshwane North TVET College, NSFAS offers a great opportunity to cover the costs of tuition fees, accommodation, and other educational expenses. The NSFAS application for the academic year 2024-2025 will open soon, and it is essential for students who require financial assistance to apply early to avoid missing out. The application process for NSFAS funding requires students to meet certain criteria and provide the necessary documentation.

Tshwane North Technical and Vocational Education and Training College (TNC) is situated in the Greater Tshwane Metropolis of Gauteng. It consists of a corporate (Central) Office situated in the inner city of Pretoria and 6 Campuses: Mamelodi; Pretoria; Rosslyn; Soshanguve North; Soshanguve South and Temba. TNC’s five (5) campuses are 25 KMs away from the central office, Temba Campus being the furthest at 41 KMs away. The College has a closed hostel at Soshanguve South Campus which could accommodate 300 students. However, due to insufficient funds, necessary renovations are still to be completed for it to be reopened to house needy students. The College has about 327 Lecturers and support staff with a student population of between 20,000 and 21,000.

Who can apply for NSFAS? (Does Tshwane City College offer Nsfas?)

To apply for NSFAS funding for the 2024-2025 academic year, students must meet the following requirements:

  • Be a South African citizen or permanent resident.
  • Come from a household with a combined annual income of less than R350,000.
  • Be enrolled or intending to enrol in a public TVET college or university in South Africa.
  • Have a valid South African ID or, for permanent residents, a valid passport and permit.
  • Have a valid cell phone number and email address.

How to apply for Tshwane North TVET College NSFAS Application 2024-2025

To apply for the NSFAS at Tshwane North TVET College, follow the following steps:

  • Step 1: Check if you meet the NSFAS eligibility criteria.

To be eligible or qualify for the NSFAS, you must be a South African citizen or permanent resident, have a combined household income of less than R350 000 per annum, and be registered or intending to register for a full-time NATED or National Certificate (Vocational) programme at Buffalo City TVET College.

  • Step 2: Create an account on the NSFAS portal

Once you have confirmed your eligibility, you need to create an account on the NSFAS portal. Visit the official NSFAS website at www.nsfas.org.za and click on “myNSFAS account” to register.

  • Step 3: Complete your application form

Once you have created your account, log in to the NSFAS portal and complete your application form.  The applicant must make sure that you provide accurate and complete information to avoid delays or rejection of your application.

  • Step 4: Submit your application

After completing your application form, submit it online by clicking the “submit” button. You will receive an email confirmation once your application has been successfully submitted.

  • Step 5: Check your application status

You can check your application status by logging in to your NSFAS portal account. Once your application has been processed, you will be notified of the outcome through email or SMS.

Read Also: Tshwane North TVET College Online Application form 2024-2025

Who cannot appeal?

Students are not permitted to appeal if they:

  • Are registered for a qualification that NSFAS does not fund;
  • They have reached N+2 (or N+3 in the case of students with disabilities).
  • The student is a gap year student who NSFAS previously denied financial aid to because s/he did not meet the academic eligibility criteria.
  • If the institution has not submitted its registration record to NSFAS or has submitted an incorrect registration record such enquiries should be directed to the institution.

Documentation to attach when applying to Tshwane North TVET College

The following documents are needed for the Online NSFAS Application 2024;

  • Authorized copies of Identity Documents/Birth Certificate
  • Original Academic Results Latest
  • Proof of parent’s income (If parent/s employed)
  • Death Certificate/s (If parent/s deceased)
  • Doctor’s Certificate (If permanently disabled)

Get in touch with us:
Call Centre: 012 401 1600
Email address: info@tnc.edu.za
Fraud hotline: 087 057 2668
Fraud address: info@tnc.edu.za
Cnr. Kgosi Mampuru (former Potgieter Street)
Pretorius Streets


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