How To Apply
1. Complete the Free Application for Student Federal Aid (FASFA) on the link http://www.fafsa.ed.gov/ UJ School Code is G42316. This application must be completed every year that you apply for Federal Aid.
2. Complete the Direct Loan and/or Graduate Plus Entrance counselling session on https://studentloans.gov/myDirectLoan/index.action. This session has to be completed by all students applying for Aid at UJ for the first time.
3. Sign the Master Promissory Note (MPN) on https://studentloans.gov/myDirectLoan/index.action for the Direct subsidised and unsubsidised loan and another MPN for the Graduate or Parent Plus Loan.
Consumer Information Activity 1: Institutional and Financial Assistance Information for Students Done - https://www.uj.ac.za/studyatUJ/Student-Finance
Consumer Information Activity 4: FERPA
Consumer Information Activity 5: Safeguarding Customer Information - https://online.uj.ac.za/privacy-policy/
Consumer Information Activity 6: Misrepresentation - https://www.uj.ac.za/studyatUJ/Documents/Student%20Agreement%20form%20-%20Indemnity%20and%20Statement%20on%20Personal%20Information%202021%20-%20Underage%20-%20Manual%20submission.pdf
Consumer Information Activity 7: Loan Disclosures
Consumer Information Activity 8: Missing Student Notification Policy - with campus housing only
When the above is in place the Division For Internationalisation will process your loan application and notify you in writing confirming the amount you are eligible for. The confirmation letter together with the acceptance letter from UJ can be used to apply for your student visa.
The funds will only be disbursed to you after you register. As UJ is a foreign school it will take approximately 30 days for the funds to be in your South African Bank Account.