Absa Student Loan 2023/2024 Application Details

Absa Loan Application Details, Requirements, Loan Calculator, Cost, and How to get Absa Student Loans.

This article contains information about the Absa study loan, who can apply, loan coverage, how to pay it off, how to apply, and contact details.

What you need to know about an Absa Study Loan

Not sure how to pay for your studies? Talk to us, we can help you. Our study loan offers you the opportunity to borrow funds at a low-interest rate to support yourself or someone you would like to benefit from study funding. Take up a study loan with us, it could be the best thing for your future.

Who can apply

To qualify for the loan, you must be a South African citizen or person living in South Africa permanently and earn more than R3 000 a month. The loan can be in the name of:
  • A parent, who has proof of income
  • A sponsor or guardian, who has proof of income
  • A part-time student, who is full-time employed and has proof of income

An Absa Study Loan can be taken out by a student studying full-time or part-time at any of the following institutions:

  • University of technology, agricultural college, technical vocational education and training college (TVET)
  • Any private study institution registered at a Sector Education and Training Authority (SETA) and accredited by the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA)
  • Online study courses accredited by the United States Department of Education or the UK Government of Higher Education Quality Assurance Agency (QAA). The borrower is required to be based in South Africa.
  • Aviation training from an approved training organisation (ATO) which has been approved by SA Civil Aviation Authority (SACAA).
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Can I borrow the full amount to cover my study costs?

Yes, a study loan can be taken out for each year of study.
  • We finance both undergraduate and postgraduate qualifications – the duration of the course must be more than two months
  • You can apply for a minimum amount of R15 000
  • The study loan will only cover one year’s tuition fees and associated costs. You will need to re-apply the following year if you proceed with your studies
  • A study loan is awarded based on each customer’s risk and affordability
  • You may include the following with your loan:
    • Prescribed text books
    • Tuition fees including your registration
    • Accommodation (Only full-time students who are not living with family)
    • Computer equipment required for your studies

Absa Loan Application Requirements

  • A valid South African ID document or Smart card
  • Proof of residential address such as a municipal or rates bill
  • Your last three months’ payslips or bank statements
  • Proof of study in the form of a final letter of acceptance or proof of registration
  • Proof of course costs for the year of study (invoices/statements); for
    • Tuition fees
    • Accommodation for full-time students not living with parents or relatives
    • Text books
    • Study-related technological devices
  • For second and subsequent years of study, proof of the previous years’ academic results to ensure student is permitted to continue studies

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How to Pay Absa Loan Off

  • You can opt to make capital and interest repayments or;
  • You can repay interest only for a period of 12 months.
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When topping up an existing study loan, you may repay interest only for a further 12 months.

Get a Credit Protection Plan
  • Be prepared for the unexpected and have peace of mind knowing that you are covered. The Absa Credit Protection Plan will cover you in the event of death, disability, critical illness, terminal illness or loss of income. Credit life insurance is mandatory for all study loans

How to Apply For Absa Loan

  • You can apply at any Absa branch; or
  • Absa Student bureau; or
  • Call us on 0860 100 372.

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