University of Cape Town UCT US Federal Aid
University of Cape Town UCT US Federal Aid – see details below:
Who can apply
Students who are American citizens or eligible non-citizens of the USA, ie, students who have permanent residency are eligible for funds under the Direct Loan Federal Student Aid Program.
Exempt from the initial payment of fees which is due by 31 January 2020US loan recipients will receive a fee payment clearance as part of the pre-registration process, provided your direct loans and/or private loans have been confirmed.
Application processComplete steps 1 – 4:
- Step 1 – Entrance counselling
Direct loan entrance counselling and/or Grad Plus loan entrance counselling.
- Step 2 – FAFSA
Complete the 2019-2020 FAFSA Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form.
The UCT school code is G10084 or 010084.
- Step 3 – Master Promissory Note (MPN)
Complete the online MPN StudentLoans.gov. The MPN is the legal document that the student or parent signs as a guarantee to repay the loan and any accrued interest and fees to the department. It also explains the terms and conditions of the loan.
- Step 4 – UCT application form
Print and complete the IAPO US Federal Aid application form (see top right-hand side, under ‘Download’) and fax or scan it to the International Academic Programme Office (IAPO). For an estimate of how much it will cost to study at UCT, click on the cost of attendance page for more information.
Loan amount determinedUCT will determine the loan amount for which you are eligible and notify you by email.
Loan processedThe loan is originated/certified.
Loan disbursedThe loan is disbursed upon registration and attendance of classes.
Please refer to disbursement of funds page for more information.
The university will not disburse the second payout of funds without a satisfactory academic progress report.
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