Unisa Gap Grant Application

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Unisa Gap Grant Application

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Unisa Gap Grant Application

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Complete the next 3 STEPS to Apply for your Missing Middle Gap Grant!

Unisa (DHET) Gap Grant

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What is a combined family income?

This is the total income earned by the student and his or her direct family (mother, father, spouse or legal guardian) in the form of wages, salaries, grants, pensions or other sources of income, including rental or business income.
The gross combined family income (income before deductions) may not exceed R600 000 per annum….. dhet gap grant vut

Unisa Gap Grant Application

Who should apply?

You may apply for the 2023 fee adjustment grant if.

  • You are a Unisa student currently registered for an undergraduate or postgraduate qualification (formal qualification).
  • You are a South African citizen.
  • Your combined family income does not exceed R600 000 per annum.
  • You will receive only a partial bursary / scholarship for the 2023 academic year that does not cover the full cost of your study (provided that your combined family income does not exceed R600 000).

Who should not apply?

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  • Students who have already received the 2023 fee adjustment (missing middle) grant.
  • Students with a combined family income of more than R600 000 per annum.
  • Students who have already applied for and qualify for NSFAS funding for the 2019 academic year. Qualifying NSFAS applicants will automatically be considered for the 2023 fee adjustment grant.
  • Students who completed Grade 12 in 2018 at Quintile 1, 2 or 3 schools. These students will automatically be considered for the 2023 fee adjustment grant and do not need to submit an application.
  • Students who will receive a full cost bursary or scholarship for the 2023 academic year.
  • Foreign students (any student without a South African ID)…. dhet gap grant vut

Unisa Gap Grant Application

DHET Bursary Scheme: a financial aid scheme that offers poor and working-class students at public institutions with completely subsidised financing.
FTEN students are students who are enrolling for the first time in a public university or college and have not previously studied at that institution.

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