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About the Students Loan Protection Scheme (SLPS)

Q. What is the SLPS?


The SLPS is the Students Loan Protection Scheme and it is an initiative of the SLTF has instituted to absorb the financial burden on guarantors and families that will result from default in loan repayments caused by death or permanent disability of borrowers.

Q. How much do I pay for protection?


You will be required to contribute 0.5% of your loan to the Students Loan Protection Scheme. This contribution would be in the form of a deduction at source during per each disbursement.

Q. Why do I pay for protection?


This will absorb your guarantor from any liable in case of death or permanent incapacitation.

Download SLPS Claim Form  | Download Guidelines for Writing Permanent Incapacitation Report

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Step 1 Download and print the Loan Application form by clicking on the download button.
Step 2 Complete the Loan Application Form, Guarantor Deed and Students Loan Agreement forms.
Step 3 Attach 2 recent passport size photographs (Do not staple or glue passport pictures.
Step 4 Submit 2 complete sets of the application forms together with all relevant documents attached, to your campus or zonal office.

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2014/2015 Applications have been closed.

Students will be informed when the 2015/2016 applications are opened.