Here are the different scenarios that could apply to this case:

  • If you drop out in the first 4 weeks your ISA is cancelled completely.

  • If you drop out after week 4 but before week 15, we will prorate the duration of your ISA. For instance, if you leave after 8 weeks you will owe 15% of your monthly income until you reach a cap of $4,000 (or $15,000 * 8 weeks / 30 weeks).

  • Once you are past week 15, you are responsible for the full amount disclosed in the ISA (15% of your monthly income until you reach $15,000).

Now let's talk about why we do things this way:

You start getting a lot of value from the Program from the first day you join (e.g. accelerated learning, networking, code reviews, etc). If you get a job while in the Program or after you leave it, the Program probably had a big influence in that.

We will never ask you to reject a good job offer for this reason, but we will try to help you find a way to finalize the Program before joining the job if possible so you get the most out of it.

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