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How Flatiron School’s On-Campus Deferred Payment Plan Works

Flatiron School’s Deferred Payment Plans (DPPs) make our career-change tech education more accessible for on-campus students in the UK. Your tuition payments only begin once you’ve left the program and are earning at least a minimum monthly income — regardless of job type or industry. We just require a refundable £1,000 deposit before you begin.

How does Flatiron School’s Deferred Payment Plan in the UK work?

Flatiron School’s Deferred Payment Plans (DPPs) make our career-change tech education more accessible for on-campus students in the UK. Your tuition payments only begin once you’ve left the program and are earning at least a minimum monthly income. We just need a refundable £1,000 deposit before you begin.

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Eligibility

New students enrolling in Flatiron School On-Campus Programs (Software Engineering, Data Science, UX/UI Design) who are UK citizens living in the UK.

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Pay Tuition After You’re Earning

All that’s required is a deposit of £1,000 before class to lock in your seat. After that, you don’t pay until you are hired and earning the minimum monthly gross income, including variable interest, calculated using the Office for National Statistics Retail Price Index.

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Dedicated Career Services

As a Flatiron School student, you’ll work 1:1 with a dedicated career coach to CV review, employer outreach, and interview prep — so you can change careers with confidence.

How It Works: 4 Steps

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Step 1 → Apply & Submit Your Deposit

Apply to any on-campus course at Flatiron School. Tell us about yourself and why you want to start a career in software engineering, data science, or UX/UI design. Our Admissions team will follow up directly and guide you through our admissions process. Once accepted, secure your seat by making a £1,000 deposit. After that, you pay nothing until hired.

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Step 2 → Learn and Graduate

Learn the 21st-century tech skills necessary to launch a successful career, whether in software engineering, data science, or UX/UI design.

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Step 3 → Get That Job

Work 1:1 with a dedicated career coach to find a job that’s right for you. You’ll be matched with a dedicated Career Coach  to support you with employer outreach, CV review, interview prep, and even salary negotiation. Once hired, benefit from a 3-month grace period before payments begin at 10% of your monthly gross income.

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Step 4 → Start Paying Back Tuition

Once you’re earning at least the minimum monthly income threshold of £1,666.67 (annualised to £20,000 per year), make monthly payments equal to 10% of your gross monthly income, until tuition is paid in full, plus any interest accrued, or 120 months have passed since the end of your grace period, whichever comes first.

Courses Where the Deferred Payment Program is Available

Currently, Flatiron School’s DPP is available across all on-campus courses and for the Full-Time and Part-Time paces of our Online courses. See below for all on-campus course offerings.

    Software Engineering

    At Flatiron School London, we’re more than just a coding school. We bring together passionate instructors, uncompromising education, verified outcomes, and an inclusive student community to fuel an authentic and open tech sphere.

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      Data Science

      Flatiron School’s proven, industry-leading curriculum has helped thousands of students start new careers as data scientists. Learn the skills necessary to reinvent yourself as a professional data scientist. Don’t just change your career — change your life.

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        UX/UI Design

        Learn the research, client management, technical, and practical skills necessary to launch a successful career as a user experience (UX) or user interface (UI) designer in 24 weeks.

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        Terms & FAQs

        How does payment work?

        After making an initial deposit of £1,000, students in our on-campus courses can defer their tuition fee until after they have graduated or left the program.*

        Once you leave Flatiron School, you’ll have a three-month grace period before payments begin. After the three-month period has passed, and you are earning a minimum of £1,666.67 per month (annualised to £20,000 per year) in total pre-tax income, you will begin monthly payments at 10% of total pre-tax monthly income. You will continue to make payments until the deferred tuition is fully paid, plus any interest accrued, or 120 months have passed since the end of your grace period, whichever comes first.

        You will set up monthly payments via the EdAid platform. On the 1st of each month, payments will be initiated from your designated bank account by Direct Debit.

        *Subject to approval. Credit provided by the EdAid Foundation authorised & regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FRN 813354) and administered by the EdAid Ltd. platform (FRN 673376).

        How much will I pay?

        The amount you will pay each month will be determined by your income, with payments set at 10% of total pre-tax monthly income, if and only when earning the equivalent of £1,666.67 per month. The total amount you will pay will vary based upon your earnings and the time it will take for your to pay your tuition plus any applicable interest charges. Further information on the cost of credit can be found via EdAid.

        When do payments begin?

        After you leave Flatiron School, you have a three-month grace period before payments are required. Then, payments begin once you start earning the equivalent of £1,666.67 per month, annualised to £20,000 per year in total pre-tax income.

        Have more questions regarding our Deferred Payment Plan? Contact us at admissions@flatironschool.com or refer to our income-based payment provider EdAid.