Get funding for your education
Pay as you learn, breaking up your tuition fee into smaller, more manageable payments over 3, 6, or 10 months. This is a great option for anyone who is self-funding their studies, especially part-time students who work while studying.
Who is it for?
Anyone with a euro bank account.
💡 Good to know: Payment in instalments can be for the entire cost of the programme or just part of it.
Who is it for?
Citizens of The Netherlands with a valid social security number.
What is it?
Subsidy for reskilling into IT.
How does it work?
Eligible students who want to retrain as an ICT specialist can apply for a subsidy of up to €5000, depending on their situation. Contact one of the 35 regional mobility teams (RMTs) if you have lost or are at risk of losing your work or income.
Who is it for? European and International students admitted into one of Ironhack’s campuses.
What is it? Pay as you learn, spreading your payments out over up to 24 months, with a certain amount of your bootcamp financed by Quotanda.
Who is eligible? Quotanda will evaluate your application and perform a credit check to make sure you qualify for and can repay the payment plan
The CPF is your personal training account. It accumulates credits as an employee at a rate of €500 per year worked in France, up to a maximum of €5,000. You can use these credits to finance part of Ironhack's RNCP-certified programs.
Who is it for?
Anyone who has already worked as an employee.
Note that if you have already worked but are currently looking for work, you can also use your CPF.
💡 Good to know: This financing option can also be combined with other options.
Who is it for? German residents who want to join an in-campus bootcamp in Berlin or a remote bootcamp from anywhere in Germany.
What is it? An education voucher from the Agentur für Arbeit or Jobcenter that pays 100% of the bootcamp fee for you. No catch–they want to reduce the unemployment rate in Germany.
Who is eligible? German residents who need the Bootcamp to increase their chances of getting into the job market, as well as anyone:
Currently registered with the Agentur für Arbeit or Jobcenter as unemployed -
Or who is a job seeker facing imminent unemployment
The ISA program is specifically tailored for people who would like to start a career in tech but are not able to pay the amount of the tuition fee all at once before finding a job.
Student Finance will take care of their tuition, and the students will start to repay the cost of the course when they land their first job! To be approved, students must be highly motivated and have a high-employability profile. Once your admissions process is completed with Ironhack and students are approved to join the course, students may apply for this “pay-later” plan directly through the Student Finance application portal provided by the Admission Associate.
Repay up to 36 months
Monthly payment: 12% of salary
Pay starting from gaining after 16K gross/year
No deposit needed
Who is it for? Job seekers.
What is it? The AIRE is financial aid for each eligible trainee, paid to the training organization at the end of the training course.
How does it work? AIRE assistance is aimed at jobseekers in the Paris region who are registered with Pôle emploi and hold a valid certificate issued by Pôle emploi, dated less than 3 months before the start of the training course.