How to Apply for CCT 2021 Students’ Financial Aid | The College of Cape Town Financial Aid is officially published.
In this guide, we’ll be showing you how you can apply for the College of Cape Town Financial Aid for the 2021/2022 academic session.
How to Apply for CCT Students’ Financial Aid
In order to apply for your school’s Financial Aid, you must have registered with the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) following the format displayed on this portal HERE.
Follow the details below to apply for the Students’ Financial Aid;
Prospective applicants/students should apply through their school student’ portal by following the instructions below:
Log on to your school’s student portal, if you’re yet to have an account, Sign Up immediately.
Once you’re logged in, search for the NSFAS application, then apply with your reg. number, or username and password.
From time to time, view the NSFAS Database www.nsfas.org.za, to check your confirmation and clearance.
Moreover, students can register to be considered for discounts, bursaries, and other forms of funding and financial aid benefits on the NSFAS Database. Registering on the NSFAS database is not a guarantee that you will receive funding assistance, but it will help NSFAS to find you if there are suitable opportunities available. However, the database is open to all students regardless of household income, study programmes, or year of study.
Click here to get more information about the NSFAS application procedure.
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