Does TUT Offer Laptops?
Does TUT Offer Laptops? Given a large number of students, it is essential for TUT to provide the necessary resources to ensure that students can effectively participate in their coursework. One of the most crucial resources for students is a reliable computer or laptop, which is essential for research, assignments, and other academic tasks.
The university has a bursary program that provides financial assistance to students who are in need. This program may include a provision for a laptop to help students participate in their studies fully. In this article, we’re taking you through the process of getting your NSFAS laptop, how you can order an NSFAS laptop, etc.
Who Qualifies For NSFAS Laptop?
Students who have been approved to receive NSFAS funding are those who are eligible to get NSFAS laptops. This means, applying for NSFAS does not qualify you for the laptop but you need to be approved for that matter. Again, getting study admission at a public university or TVET College does not mean you meet the requirements for the NSFAS laptop.
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Students Will Need The Following Document To Apply:
- South African ID number
- Student number
- Contact details
- Name of the institution registered at
- Home address
How To Order NSFAS Laptop Online
- Get your Digital Learning Device (DLD) Forms from the Financial Aid Office (FAO) of your institution
- Complete the DLD Forms and submit them to your FAO on campus
- Go to www.nsfas.org.za
- Click and log in to your MyNSFAS
- Click on Online Order Portal to place your order
- Provide the name of your institution, contact number, an alternative contact number, and email address
- NSFAS and your institution will both verify your order
- Your order will be booked after NSFAS and your institution verify your information and confirms your order
How To Collect Your Laptop
Once the verification process is complete, an order for your laptop will be placed with our service providers to dispatch the device for delivery. Once your laptop is ready, you will be called by the laptop service provider or your institution to arrange collection/delivery.
Remember, once you are contacted for the delivery and collection of the device, no one can receive/collect the laptop on your behalf, you must be present and also sign before it is handed over to you.
Non-NSFAS-funded students who require a device should consult their institutions as they will remain responsible for the payment of the device and must therefore agree to the payment terms as defined by the institution.
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NSFAS Contact Details
For general, student and NSFAS Wallet enquiries
For all other queries regarding students:
Tel No.: 08000 67327
The Halyard, 4 Christiaan Barnard St, Cape Town City Centre, Cape Town, 8001
For more Enquiries visit NSFAS Website. We do hope this article was helpful.