If you are concerned about tuition costs, please know that there are financial assistance options available. Don't let financial concerns discourage you from pursuing a new career. Our team is here to help you find a solution. We can assist you with filling out financial aid applications, exploring scholarships and grants, and discussing payment plans. There are many resources available to help you finance our programs, and we encourage you to reach out to us for assistance.
You may be eligible to receive funding from the unemployment agency.
For everyone who is registered as unemployed. Please talk to your RAV advisor to see if you qualify.
They offer a 50% scholarship for women starting or transitioning careers into Data Science or Software development.
All female applicants of the Data Science or Full-stack coding bootcamps, coming via Women++ and who currently rely on financial support, are eligible to qualify for this scholarship. This opportunity is offered once per batch.
In Switzerland, Temporary Workers contribute to a fund called Temptraining, which provides financial support for vocational training for temporary employees, enabling them to progress in their careers and preparing them for the job market. Depending on your contributions, you can get up to CHF 5’000 off the training cost and CHF 2’250 for daily allowances.
For everyone who has worked as a temporary worker in Switzerland with a minimum of 88 hours and a maximum of 880 hours. Applicants must hold a permit and the last day of employment must be at most 6 months prior to the application date.
Fill out an online form as an individual to easily apply for co-financing of up to CHF 1’000 off in co-financing for a program of your choice. These include but are not limited to Full-stack coding bootcamp, UX/UI design bootcamp, Data Science bootcamp and Python programming course.
Candidates without a tertiary degree as well as employees of SMEs in sectors such as crafts, trade, food and retail will be given high priority. Also available for employees and freelancers.
In Switzerland, you can deduct your education costs from your taxes - up to CHF 12’000 for state tax and CHF 12’700 for federal tax. This amount can vary depending on the canton you live in.
You must be a Swiss resident and fill in a Tax Declaration form.
From January 2023 you can apply to the City of Zurich and request financial assistance to start a new career. Consultation is free and if your application is accepted you will receive money for the training.
You need to be at least 20 years old, have lived in the city of Zurich for at least 2 years and have been working for the last 5 years on a low income. Most importantly, this applies only to those who have not completed any training in more than 3 years.
Stipendium has partnerships with individual foundations, and they can advise you where you can apply to. Simply make a request on their platform, and if they accept your case, you pay a small fee of CHF 78.-. Afterwards, you receive a list of foundations you can directly apply to.
You need to be a Swiss resident or have a minimum of a B permit. (Applications are done in German)
Educa Swiss is a Swiss foundation that aids motivated individuals seeking low-interest loans to study. They provide free support during planning, budgeting, and arranging low-interest educational loans.
You are of legal age, are pursuing a specific career goal and are a Swiss resident.