TVET Colleges (Technical and Vocational Education and Training) are public tertiary institutes offering a wide range of practical training options for people with or without matric. Funding is available for TVET courses through the government NSFAS scheme. Courses are practical and relevant to the community making participants highly employable. Read more
Contact NSFAS: Facebook message Tel No.: 0860 067 327 Email: email@example.com
Contact Khetha for online help: https://www.careerhelp.org.za/ or SMS “phone me” to 0722045056
Recently a young person contacted me saying “Can you help me apply for NSFAS? Make it simple. What do I need to do?” I responded:
Applying for NSFAS is not simple!
It’s best to be up front about that. However, there are some things you can do to make it less painful.
How to Apply for NSFAS Online
1. Open an email account. Make sure you save your user name and password in a safe place. Your phone is not a safe place.
A tertiary bursary is awarded for study after high school at TVET colleges, Universities of Technology and Universities. There are several different types of bursaries awarded for selected reasons. These reasons may include academic excellence, special talent, categories of people – racial, religious categories, gender or disabilities and financial need. It is important to read carefully the type of person the bursar is looking for.
Bursaries are provided by charitable organisations, wealthy individuals and companies. Companies such as Nedbank provide bursaries because they want to see more young people graduate into their sector. These organisations are spending their own money so they get to choose the type of person or study field that they want to spend it on. Read more
When you look at the kids sitting in a Matric class, the class does not look half empty. But the numbers show that of the class that started school 12 years ago, only half are currently sitting in a Matric class. Half will have failed school and dropped out of the system before they get to the end of Grade 12.
We all know that nail biting time. You have applied to a university or university of technology. You know that they have your application but you don’t know if they will accept you. What are your chances? Unlike playing the Lottery, acceptance to university isn’t just good luck. Universities have particular things they are looking for. These include the subjects you have taken, the marks you have for those subjects and your overall average. This blog takes some of the mystery out of tertiary acceptance. Read more