For the past two years, I have been trying to find a way to continue my studies into Masters. The problem? Funding. How can I study without it?
Are you currently a NSFAS-funded student? Or do you want to register with NSFAS for the 2019 academic year? We have some important news for you!
So the government is committed to fee-free education. The big question now is whether this will put an end to the missing middle’s fight for funding.
Did you know that UNISA offers funding, in the form of bursaries and loans? Well, they do. Want some more good news? Read on.
It’s tough choosing a university. That being said, finding funding is even tougher. Don’t panic, life after school is not mission impossible! The University of Johannesburg (UJ) has funding options that put tertiary education within your reach.
There are many paths you can take to get a place at your institution of choice. A sport scholarship is one such path that could help you secure a spot.
Student loans in South Africa are a realistic option, and they are readily available. Find out how they work and where to find them online.
You’ve heard that bursaries can help you with your tertiary studies, but how exactly can they do this and at what cost to you?
When applying for tertiary studies, most people get very excited about trying to win a scholarship. But, what is a scholarship and how can it help YOU to get ahead in your studies? We’ve done some research to help clue you up…
Student loans might not be your first choice when it comes to funding your studies but it could be a solid option. Relebone is about to tell you why.
A student loan can help you pay for anything study related, from tuition fees to accommodation and textbooks. Let’s find out more about the application process.
The South African government has pledged that education should be free for underprivileged and working-class students. Does this mean that they can help you fund your studies, and how can you get on board?