Before registering as a student, you need to determine whether or not you’ll have sufficient funds to finance your studies. In addition to the actual course/module fees, you should also provide for books, equipment, transport, accommodation and general living expenses.
The Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University (NMMU) offers financial assistance to full-time students in the form of bursaries, merit awards, scholarships and study loans. Assistance is based on financial need as well as academic excellence and sporting achievements.
NMMU also provides financial assistance in collaboration with the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) for financially needy students. And applications for admission in 2017 were submitted by August 4, 2016.
And it’s important to take note of this so to know when applications for admissions in 2018 will be. In order to ensure adequate time for processing, assessment testing and planning by NMMU and yourself, especially since applications for 2017 have closed.
And those who sent their applications for NMMU debt relief 2017 and you’re wondering if you’ll receive debt relief in 2017. Once you hear that beep sound signalling a text message or email on your phone it could be from NMMU to tell you the outcome.
As the outcome of your application will be conveyed to you via letter posted to your postal address or if NMMU have your cellphone number, an SMS will also be sent.
As NMMU students presently in the system will receive an SMS and email telling them of the outcome of their application early in January.
New students should also get confirmation of their application at around the same time. And when you come to register you’ll not have to put down an initial payment.
To apply now or for other student debt relief options, click here.