Does NSFAS Fund Rosebank College Students?

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Rosebank College is a private institution with highly sought-after courses, which you may hope to apply for, but wondering if NSFAS covers the cost of their courses. Here is what you need to know.

Rosebank College is a private tertiary institution that is part of the Independent Institute of Education (IIE). The educational brand is the leading registered provider of private tertiary studies in South Africa.

Unfortunately, the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) does not fund private colleges, such as Rosebank College. Therefore, students at Rosebank College are advised to look for alternative means of financial assistance.

Many degrees, diplomas and higher education certificates are available at the college. 

The college is accredited by the British Accreditation Council, which is an internationally recognised quality assurance agency.

The council is an independent authority located in the United Kingdom. It accredits private providers such as Greece, India, Mauritius, Singapore, Switzerland, and the United Arab Emirates.

Everyone who studies at the college may be assured that the IIE learning experience meets international best practice standards.

Affordable finance options are available to students to assist them in achieving their dreams at a leading tertiary education institution.

Students may either apply for a Fundi Educational loan or student loans from South African banks.

Fundi Educational Loan will cover a range of expenses to provide students with an opportunity to pursue their studies without experiencing the financial burden while doing so.

Click here for more information about Fundi.

South African banks also offer student loans to students who require financial assistance to further their studies.

Click here for more information about Rosebank College.

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