As CFO, Holberton’s concept of “no upfront tuition” is particularly important to me. In lieu of paying tuition, graduates of Holberton are only required to make payments if, and when, they obtain a high-paying job. Then, and only then, do they contribute a percentage of their salaries back to the school for a fixed term of 42 months. This kind of agreement—called an Income Share Agreement, or “ISA” for short—is growing in popularity within the education space.
https://i2.wp.com/edly.info/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/holberton.png?fit=763%2C818&ssl=1 818 763 edlyinfo https://edly.info/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/Logo-Transparent-300x150.png edlyinfo2019-05-14 16:33:222019-05-14 17:16:49Holberton School is pioneering the democratization of debt-free education