At Microverse, we want to make higher education more accessible to everyone, regardless of where they live. This is why, as a Microverse student, you won't pay a cent in upfront tuition. Instead, you will pay for our program using an Income Share Agreement (ISA).

An ISA is a contract where you commit to dedicate a fixed percentage of your salary to pay for the cost of our program once you get a job and start making a living as a software developer.

Through our ISA, you agree to pay 15% of the income that you earn as a software developer, but only if you are making over $1,000 a month, or $12,000 a year.

If for instance, upon graduating from Microverse, you get a job paying $30,000/year ($2,500/month) you will pay  $375/month (or 15% of $2,500)

You start paying one month after you have started your job, and will continue doing so until you've reached the cap of $15,000.

You will not be required to pay that month if:

  • Your income drops below $1,000 a month
  • You are unemployed (but actively seeking for employment)
  • You are enrolled (at least part-time) for a master's degree
  • You are not able to work due to an illness or disability
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