What Are NSFAS Appeal Reasons, Supporting Documents?

The appeal gives students, whose initial applications were not accepted, a chance to prove their eligibility for funding. 

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By Staff Reporter (2 mins read)

The appeal reason is essentially what caused your application to be declined and the reason/s may vary from one applicant to another. When appealing, you are required to upload clear, valid and certified copies of the relevant, supporting document(s), which needs to be not older than three months.

Below are the explanations of the different appeal reasons and their supporting documents. 

Images obtained from NSFAS official Facebook page.

Feature image courtesy to Gaby Ndongo.

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