Investing in your future.
To make funding the Professional Software Development course a little bit easier, we offer two different payment options:
You can choose to split your payment into four manageable chunks, first with a deposit of and then subsequent payments as detailed below:
Funding aid options:
Visit CourseBud, a market place for commercial loans to help spread the cost of your career change over time.
Disclaimer: Taking on a loan is a big commitment, like any loan it must be repaid under the terms of the lending provider, even if you are not in work or don’t complete the course. As CourseBud provides a market for commercial loan products, you should make sure you have investigated all the funding options that may be open to you to ensure you take an informed decision about whether the loan is right for you. CodeClan accepts no liability in regards to any loans taken out via CourseBud and their finance partners. We strongly encourage you to fully assess your financial situation and to read the full terms and conditions before taking out a loan. Your lending agreement with CourseBud finance partners is between you and the lender.
Digital Start Fund
*We have had limited places available for the Digital Start Fund. There are a few remaining places for the final qualifying Glasgow start date (4th November 2019) but unfortunately we have exhausted all places for Edinburgh start dates.
The Digital Start Fund has been created to help people on lower incomes gain skills in coding, data analysis and other digital fields. The fund is provided by Scottish Government, and managed by Skills Development Scotland. CodeClan are working in partnership to offer grants to students who meet the eligibility criteria for the fund and the course admissions criteria.
Are you Eligible?
To be eligible to apply, you’ll need to be resident in Scotland and have the right to work in the UK. You will also have to either:
Receive Universal Credit or other income-based benefits OR face two or more barriers to work, such as being an army veteran, having a disability, living in an area with a high unemployment rate, being aged 54 or older, or being homeless (a full list of recognised barriers can be found here)
Please note that recent graduates (within the last 12 months) aren’t eligible to apply.
The fund will open for applications from Friday 31 May 2019, and will close at the end of March 2020 (funds permitting).
If you would like to discuss your eligibility prior to applying please contact email@example.com.
EdAid Deferred Payment Plan
If you need to spread the cost a little further you could consider the deferred payment plan offered via EdAid. You pay an initial deposit and the rest is paid in monthly installments once you have graduated. For more details click below. Please note, this funding option is available for a limited number of spaces on select cohorts.
Average starting salary
£30,000 - £40,000
Industry average after 2 years
Complete our online application to kick start the interview process.