NSFAS: Frequently Asked Questions about funding

Read the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) released by the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS), addressing the funding for poor and working class students in public higher education institutions. What you need to know: First-time entering student applying to NSFAS; Not accepted for admission but qualify for NSFAS; Existing NSFAS funded student; and Existing student […] read more »

Changes to DHET funding for poor and working class students

Read the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) released by the Department of Higher Education and Training, addressing the funding for poor and working class students in public higher education institutions: What does the President’s statement mean for continuing university students? What does the President’s statement mean for first-time entry (FTEN) students in 2018? Fee adjustment Grants […] read more »

CUT welcomes the national call for funding of financially deserving students

“The enrolment of students at universities is under a microscope following the announcement of free education. The Central University of Technology, Free State (CUT) welcomes the endeavour by government to better support financially deserving and academically talented students and commends government for this noble effort. Despite a huge influx of prospective students on CUT campuses, the university remains calm. […] read more »

NSFAS: Statement regarding the pronouncement on Free Education

The National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) welcomes the President of the Republic of South Africa’s pronouncement on free Higher Education and Training for deserving poor and working-class students. We believe that the decision to increase the threshold to qualify for financial assistance to students from South African households with a combined annual income of […] read more »

Update from NSFAS: Know your NSFAS outcome in January 2018

National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) closed applications for 2018 funding on November 30. The statutory body had opened funding on August 1 last year and remained open until midnight, November 30. NSFAS was evaluating all applications during the month of December. Applicants who are in matric or out of school youth will receive the […] read more »

Registration 2018

Information on this page is relevant to first-year, senior and international students during enrolment/registration. You should have already applied to CUT. Find what you need: 1. Registration dates 2. Check list – what documents need to be in order 3. CUT Selection Test 4. National Benchmark Test (NBT) (compulsory for all first-years) 5. Minimum Fees payable to register (3 days before you register). 7. Enrolment/Registration Guide – […] read more »

CUT now banks with FNB

Central University of Technology, Free State has new banking details. The operational bank account for CUT (this excludes student application/tuition fees, see link below): Bank: First National Bank Account name: Central University of Technology FS Account number: 62538533531 Account type: Cheque account Branch name: Bloemfontein Branch Code: 230134 Reference: GLA/Invoice number* *The relevant Cost Centre and […] read more »

Got myNSFAS? Process for 2018

Got myNSFAS? Do not apply if you are funded by NSFAS in 2017. NSFAS will continue to fund you in 2018.   Do not submit a manual application, if you applied online. Keep proof of your application Apply once and obtain a reference number (keep the number safe) and check your status visit, www.nsfas.org.za   Created: 02 […] read more »

Changes to Higher Education Qualifications Framework in South Africa

The South African Government has introduced a single unified national qualification framework for education in South Africa that applies to higher education institutions and improves the ability of students to move easily and more effective from one qualification to the next, as well as between institutions. CUT is already in process adapting the curriculum. Image […] read more »

Whistle Blowing on fraud or irregular activities at CUT

Implementation of a Whistle blowers hotline: Vice-Chancellor and Principal Communiqué (PDF)   Uploaded: 05 September 2017   read more »

This site works best with javascript enabled. It appears your browser either doesn't support Javascript or you have it turned off. To see this page as it is meant to appear, please use a JavaScript enabled browser.
If you need help making these minor changes please see this page from Google.
Show Buttons
Share On Facebook
Share On Twitter
Share On Google Plus
Share On Linkedin
Share On Pinterest
Share On Youtube
Contact us
Hide Buttons