If your NSFAS application is provisionally approved, you do not need to pay the minimum registration fee. Your registration will be automatically activated based on NSFAS funding confirmation received by Unisa
The National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) in South Africa provides financial assistance to eligible students to cover their tertiary education costs. This includes tuition fees, accommodation, and allowances for books and other necessities. However, the specific details of what NSFAS covers can vary, and it’s important to check with NSFAS or UNISA for the most up-to-date information.
NSFAS typically covers the full cost of tuition for eligible students. This would include the registration fees at the University of South Africa (UNISA). However, it’s essential to keep in mind that policies and guidelines can change, so it’s advisable to contact NSFAS directly or check their official website for the latest information on what expenses are covered and any specific conditions that may apply.
Additionally, UNISA’s finance or bursary office can provide information about how NSFAS funding is applied at the university and any additional fees or costs that students may need to consider. Always verify the most current details to ensure accurate and reliable information.