Tuition

Tuition

At Holberton, we believe that people from every community and background should have the opportunity to become a software engineer. That is why we offer two options of paying for tuition:

  • Upfront Tuition
  • Deferred Tuition: Income Share Agreement (ISA)

Find out if you qualify for the ISA and use our tuition estimator to visualize how our ISA can affect your tuition favorably.

No Upfront TuitionIncome Share Agreement (ISA)
Upfront Tuition
ELIGIBILITY: US Citizen, US Permanent Resident, US non-immigrant work visa Other Visas
ISA: You will start paying the school once you make at least $40,000/year. Not available
COST: Your repayment is based on your income once you start working. If you repay less than the tuition amount in the 42 months of work, we will forgive the difference. You will pay up to $85,000, the maximum tuition amount. You will pay the school before each year:
  • Year 1: $45,000
  • Year 2: $40,000
FINAL COST: See estimator below $85,000

Estimator

and after Holberton, my yearly salary will be:

Unfortunately, you cannot attend Holberton school without one of the visas listed above.

As you hold a student visa, you can attend Holberton school. However, you do not qualify for our ISA.

Below, the breakdown of your upfront tuition:

Upfront Tuition
Year 1: $45,000
Year 2: $40,000
Total: $85,000

Holberton does not sponsor student visas.

As a US citizen, a US permanent resident, or a holder of a US non-immigrant work visa*, you may qualify for our ISA reimbursement plan.

  • If you pay upfront, tuition is $85,000 split into Year 1: $45,000 and Year 2: $40,000.
  • If you choose ISA, you will start paying tuition when you earn at least $40,000 per year. Re-enter salary data to see the impact of having a salary greater than $40,000 a year on your tuition.
  • If you choose ISA, you may end up paying:
Estimation Annual Salary ISA (17%/year) Monthly Payment
Year 1
Year 2
Year 3
Year 4
  • Your estimated total tuition payments

* Only a few nonimmigrant classifications allow you to obtain permission work in the USA without an employer having first filed a petition on your behalf. Such classifications may include:

  • The nonimmigrant E-1, E-2, E-3
  • Spouse of L and E visa with a working permit
We recommend contacting your personal immigration lawyer if you have additional questions.