Stellenbosch University opens electronic applications for undergraduate financial aid for 2023

The Center for Undergraduate Grants and Loans (CUBL) at the University of Stellenbosch has announced that prospective undergraduate students can now apply for funding. Applications are open until September 30, 2022.

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CUBL is part of SU’s Finance division and a team of professional financial aid practitioners, supporting prospective and current undergraduate students who wish to apply for financial aid by awarding and administering scholarships in a sustainable manner.

“Financial need should not deter a prospective student from enrolling at SU,” says Bianca Andrews, CUBL scholarship manager. “Once a prospective student has been offered provisional admission to a program and given a student number, the student should explore the funding options available on our new website. here.”

Andrews says the League not only awards scholarships on financial need, but also on academic merit.

She encouraged students to visit the website as “we have many external donor scholarships available, and students should check if they qualify for these. We also encourage current undergraduate students whose family financial circumstances may have changed over the past year, or who will have a second and/or third sibling enrolled at the University for the academic year to come, review available financing options and apply for financial assistance. assistance”.

Students wishing to apply for funding must do so through the portal link and can visit the CUBL website for more information on available financing options.

Note that late admissions will only get a 20-day extension until 30 November 2022. If you have any questions, contact the Student Customer Contact Center on 021 808 9111.

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