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What payment plans does Masterschool offer?
What payment plans does Masterschool offer?
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Written by Amit Inzelberg
Updated over a week ago

Everyone has different financial obligations, and we believe they should never stand in the way of your career growth. Investing in your education is an important step to take, that is why we offer flexible payment options to finance your journey to your dream career. Whichever plan you choose, you can always cancel within the first 30 days, no questions asked.

Pay once you’re hired

How it works: Pay tuition only after you finish the program and find a job. From that point forward, you will begin making up to 36 monthly payments. No additional costs or hidden fees.

The only upfront payment you'll need to make during your studies is a one-time nominal Commitment Fee of $250 USD / $300 CAD / £175 GBP / €250 EUR. This fee will only be charged after the first 30 days of your program, and will be deducted from your total tuition cost. If you decide the program is not a good fit for you during these first 30 days, you will not be charged, no questions asked. Based on our experience, students who make this pledge are more likely to face the challenges ahead, stay committed, graduate, and get hired.

Why choose deferred? A worry-free plan – your success is literally our success. You only start paying once you get hired.

Pay as you go

How it works: Pay tuition in 36 monthly installments and save 46% of the full amount. This plan allows you to divide tuition into smaller payments, which you will begin paying during your studies, once a month. No additional costs or hidden fees.

Why choose monthly? This is the most popular payment option our students choose – pay small monthly payments as you learn, and save 46% of tuition.

Pay early, pay less

How it works: Pay upfront in a one lump sum payment and save 56% of tuition. No additional costs or hidden fees.

Why choose upfront? This payment plan is the most cost-effective – save 56% of tuition.

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