About the NHFC (National Housing Finance Corporation)
A state-owned institution in the human settlements sector, the National Housing Financing Corporation (NHFC) assists in the supply of affordable housing via the provision of affordable housing finance. Established in 1996, the organization has been providing wholesale financing to the affordable housing market on a nationwide scale since that time.
Historically, its financial priorities have included social housing organizations, non-banking retail intermediaries, privately held property developers, construction businesses, and investors. The secondary emphasis had been on loan origination as well as other types of wholesale finance (equity and quasi-equity) that were made accessible to intermediaries who operate in the affordable housing market sector, both of which were successful.
About the NHFC (National Housing Finance Corporation) Bursaries 2022
NHFC (National Housing Finance Corporation) is offering funding for South African students looking to receive financial aid for the 2022 academic year. The NHFC (National Housing Finance Corporation) Bursaries program is open to persons from all walks of life and from all socioeconomic levels.
As an awardee, you will get all of the assistance you need to complete your academic degree or certificate program successfully. If you have consistently achieved high academic results while also demonstrating excellent traits as a student, you are strongly urged to apply for this position.
The NHFC (National Housing Finance Corporation) Bursaries are available for the following study fields:
- Development Studies
- Human Settlements
- Economic Development
- Real Estate
- Energy Efficiency
- Housing Construction
- Risk Management
- Build Environment
- Property Markets
- Construction Economics
Recipients of the NHFC (National Housing Finance Corporation) Bursaries will be entitled to funding to cover tuition expenses, prescribed study materials, student accommodation costs, and other various costs that may be included at the discretion of the selection committee.
Please be kindly informed that the bursary is renewable on a yearly basis. However, you will need to maintain a great academic track record to be eligible.
Do you think you have what it takes to register for the NHFC (National Housing Finance Corporation) Bursaries? Be sure to send in your application as soon as possible! But first, you will need to take a look at the programme’s eligibility criteria. These items will determine whether you’d make a great candidate or not. If you’d like to check your qualifications, be sure to take a look at the eligibility criteria below. If you’d like to guarantee a higher chance of success, it’s advisable that you meet all these times in the following list.
The NHFC (National Housing Finance Corporation) Bursaries Eligibility Criteria are as follows:
- Officially recognised as a citizen of South Africa
- Has accomplished their Matric qualification
- Pursuing their undergraduate/postgraduate studies in either one of the fields above
- Finished your 1st year of academic studies or already entering your 2nd/higher year of your studies
- Enrolled at a well-recognised South African tertiary institution
- Displays an impressive academic track record
- Originating from a proven disadvantaged financial background.
Download the Official Application Form: NHFC (National Housing Finance Corporation) Bursaries 2022.
Once you have downloaded the application form, please fill it in accordingly. All of the personal information you submit should be accurate and correspond to your actual circumstances.
The information you provide will be reviewed by the whole selection committee, which will include you. As a result, you should double-check to ensure that there is no fictitious information. If there is any evidence that applicants are giving false information, they may be placed in a risky position.
Additionally, you will need to provide the following documents:
- Certified copy of R.S.A. Bar Coded Identity Document of Parent/Guardian
- Certified copy of Academic record on the official letterhead of the University
- Current first year students to provide proof of admission by the University
- Certified copy of Grade 12 results and all past Academic results
- Certified copy of ID/Birth Certificates of all persons listed as part of household
- Certified copy of Permanent Residence Permit (Bar Coded Permit)
- Certified copy of R.S.A. Bar Coded Identity Document of Bursary Applicant
- Certified copy of Proof of Monthly Income of Parent/Guardian.
All of these items must be included in your application dossier. Failure to provide a complete dossier will immediately cause you to lose your registration.
Application must be sent to this email address: [email protected].
Make sure to include the subject line “NHFC Bursary Application 2022”. This will allow the selection committee to easily identify your applications in their inbox.
By submitting your applications, you are granting permission to the selection committee to use your personal information for the purpose of registering you for the event. Candidates who are discovered to have falsified any component of their applications will have their registrations canceled and will be disqualified from receiving the bursary immediately.
Candidates are required to submit their applications using the website linked to above. Attempts to submit materials via other means, such as hand delivery or fax, will be rejected by the selection committee.
Applications for the NHFC (National Housing Finance Corporation) Bursaries must be submitted before the closing date on 31 January 2022.
Be sure to send in your applications as soon as possible. An early submission can help you guarantee a spot during the registration period. Plus, it prevents any unwanted last-minute incidents, like sudden heavy Internet traffic or missing documents.
Applications for the programme must be submitted before the closing date. Late applications will not be tolerated by the selection committee, and these kinds of submissions will be disqualified by the programme.
NHFC (National Housing Finance Corporation) holds all rights to appoint anyone during the recruitment period. All decisions made by the selection committee are final.