ISFAP Stands for Ikusasa Student Financial Aid Programme, it is a bursary scheme that provides funding opportunities to first-year undergraduate students in 2021, it does not guarantee to fund all applicants.
The funding provided by ISFAP is made available through the contributions of various donors in the public and private sector.
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Criteria for Eligibility May Include:
- Academic achievement and acceptance into the ISFAP partner university of your choice for the relevant degree programme
- Donor requirements
- First degrees starting in 2021
- Funding availability
ISFAP Online Application
An online application form needs to be completed in full and the requisite supporting documentation provided/uploaded by qualifying students. Applications without the supporting documents uploaded will not be considered.
The applications will be added to a database that will be used to pair qualifying students that match donor/ISFAP criteria. ISFAP will keep applicants informed of the status of their application.
What Is your Gain?
Successful applicants will receive a funding package that includes Tuition, Accommodation, Study Material, Monthly Stipend and Meals as Well as Student Support and An On-Campus ISFAP Programme Manager.
How to Apply to ISFAP
To register for Ikusasa Student Financial Aid Programme (ISFAP), you’ll need to follow the steps below.
- Step 1: Navigate to https://applyonline.isfap.co.za/
- Step 2: Read and understand the terms and conditions
- Step 3: Click on https://applyonline.isfap.co.za/#
ISFAP Application Deadline
For now, ISFAP Application is currently closed. Applications for the 2021 intakes closed at midnight on the 16th of October 2020.
Interested Applicants are advised to keep checking this page for updates.
ISFAP collect a fair amount of personal data on their website and throughout the application process. ISFAP acknowledges and agrees that the Personal Information will not, under any circumstances, be processed for purposes prohibited by POPI and/or the principles contained in POPI and that the processing of Personal Information will be done fairly and in accordance with legal provisions, given that the purpose for which processing of the Personal Information is adequate, relevant and not excessive.
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