The National Housing Finance Corporation (NHFC), established in 1996, is one among the South African Governments Development Finance establishments (DFIs). The NHFC was shaped with the aim of providing housing finance to low-income and middle-income households, further on improve on the socio-economic challenges at intervals the country.
The NHFC treasury Fund was established to assist fund students from deprived backgrounds, to realize the abilities and potential in a career option that fall under the construction sector.
Available Bursary Options
Construction social science
The NHFC bursary only covers tuition fees, prescribed books and other study materials as a minimum. Student residence and other expenses may be covered at the discretion of the NHFC.
The bursary award is renewable annually based on satisfactory academic performance.
Shortlisted applicants will be contacted – should you not receive any feedback, please regard your application as unsuccessful.
Applicants like in AECOM bursary should satisfy the subsequent minimum entry criteria before applying (please note that failure to satisfy all the necessities can cause your application not being considered):
South African subject
Studying full-time among one among the said fields of study (from ordinal year to postgraduate)
Excellent educational record
From a financially deprived background
Submit clear copies of the subsequent supporting documentation in conjunction with your completed form (the submission of those documents is mandatory – if any things square measure missing, your application be disregarded):
Certified ID document
Certified Matric certificate
Official tertiary tutorial record on University stationery
Proof of University admission
Parents/ Guardians ID documents
Parents/ Guardians proof of financial gain (latest payslips if employed/ instrument if unemployed)
ID documents/ birth certificates of others residing at intervals your house (certified copies)
Complete applications must be sent electronically by email to: email@example.com