IKUSASA STUDENT FINANCIAL AID PROGRAMME
Empowering South African Students to Graduate
through the provision of financial assistance
GET FINANCIAL AID
for a range of university studies
WE KNOW MONEY DOESN'T GROW ON TREES
...SO ISFAP CREATED A SOLUTION FOR STUDENTS TO BE ABLE TO AFFORD TERTIARY EDUCATION

WHAT WE'VE DONE THUS FAR...

825

Students offered ISFAP funding

698

Students that have accepted funding offers

ISFAP at a glance

About ISFAP's Financial Aid for Students

What We Do

ISFAP is an organisation formed by the SA Government in partnership with some private entities, with the aim of providing a sustainable financial aid programme to fund missing middle family students to pursue university studies.

Supported Fields of Study

ISFAP currently provides funding assistance to students studying toward becoming Actuaries, Chartered Accountants, Artisans, Engineers (civil, mechanical, chemical and electrical), Medical doctors, pharmacists and prosthetists, Social workers  and Speech and hearing therapists are presently supported, though we are always working to extend the availability of our funding.

What financial aid from ISFAP means for students..

Each student approved to have their studies funded by us will receive enough funding to cover all tuition costs as well as accommodation, travel, books, meals and a stipend.

This will be through a funding combination of a grant, loan expected family contribution. In addition the Universities and the TVET College will provide students with academic support, social support, life skills training and medical support when required.

Student Demographics

ISFAP Student Demographics as at 2017-09-22
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ISFAP envisages a mixed funding structure of grants, income-contingent deferred payment and expected family contributions to adequately fund missing middle students to pursue their university studies.ISFAPIkusasa Student Financial Aid Programme