About the ISFAP (Ikusasa Student Financial Aid Programme)
Ikusasa Student Financial Aid Programme, or simply referred to ISFAP, is an establishment that’s created to provide funding assistance to disadvantaged students who are in need of higher education. Noticing the need for more skills production in this generation, ISFAP is dedicated to uplifting the potential of their citizens with the necessary support. By partnering with stakeholders, private sectors, and other departments, ISFAP is here to provide solutions to the country’s rising unemployment issue.
About the ISFAP (Ikusasa Student Financial Aid Programme) Bursary 2022
The ISFAP (Ikusasa Student Financial Aid Programme) is providing financial aid for South African students who are looking to find support in their education. The ISFAP (Ikusasa Student Financial Aid Programme) Bursary is a fruitful opportunity for Grade 12 students who are undergoing through troubling times financially.
At the moment, the ISFAP (Ikusasa Student Financial Aid Programme) Bursary is looking for students who are proven to have a household income that ranges between R350 000-R600 000. Besides your household income, you will be assessed based on your academic track records. Therefore, it’s important that you show how you are academically talented enough in the registration period.
The ISFAP (Ikusasa Student Financial Aid Programme) Bursary will provide coverage for the following items:
- Tuition expenses
- Daily meals
- Stipend for living costs
- Accommodation expenses
- Prescribed study materials
- Any support for non-academic pursuits.
The ISFAP (Ikusasa Student Financial Aid Programme) Bursary is only accepting individuals that meets their standards. Before you click on the apply button, you will need to check whether you are eligible enough for the programme. Each of these items below are determined by the selection committee and will be used by them to make their decisions. To put yourself in a positive spotlight, it’s advisable that you meet the requirements right below.
The ISFAP (Ikusasa Student Financial Aid Programme) Bursary candidates will be assessed based on the eligibility criteria below:
- Your most updated academic criteria
- Your recent Matric results slips
- The amount of your household income
- The results from your national benchmark test
- Any form of funder constraints
Apply online: ISFAP (Ikusasa Student Financial Aid Programme) Bursary 2022.
Once your on the portal above, you will need to provide certified copies of the documents below:
- Identity Document of the Candidates
- Your most academic results slips (Grade 11 qualification or Matric certification)
- Legitimate proof of household income
- Your consent form, that must be signed by the appropriate parties.
All these documents should be included in your application dossier. Anyone discovered to be ending in incomplete dossiers will be disqualified by the selection committee.
Once you have sent in your applications, the selection committee will begin assessing your contents. Please be kindly informed that candidates are expected to provide information that corresponds accurately to your current conditions.
Only applications processed through the online portal above will be considered by the selection committee. Submissions made through other methods, such as fax or email, will not be accepted.
Applications for the ISFAP (Ikusasa Student Financial Aid Programme) Bursary must be submitted before the closing date on 16 October 2021.
If you wish to give this bursary a try, candidates are advised to submit their applications way before the closing date. This will help you guarantee a spot during the registration period.