The Full Stack Track costs £10,000.
We offer all UK and EU students interest-free deferred payment on our course fees via EdAid.
This means you can borrow up to the full amount of the cost of the course, and only begin repaying once you have graduated and are able to begin working in your new career. This offer is currently available for UK and EU citizens only.
How much can you borrow
The upfront course fee for the Full Stack Track is £10,000, however depending on how much you borrow the total fee can change.
EdAid charge a 5% admin fee on any money borrowed.
e.g. If you borrow £6,000, you pay a £300 admin fee upfront. This does not go towards the cost of the course, and is a fee charged by EdAid, not Mayden Academy.
- If you borrow up to 80%, the course fee is £10,000 (+ 5% EdAid admin fee)*
- If you borrow 81% – 90%, the course fee is £10,500 (+ 5% EdAid admin fee)*
- If you borrow over 90%, the course fee is £11,000 (+ 5% EdAid admin fee)*
No interest is applied to your repayments.
There is a 3 month grace period from your graduation date until repayments start. Most of our students (99%) receive job offers within the 3 months after graduating, so the likelihood is that you will be in your new job by the time you start payments.
There is no minimum income for when you start repaying. From your salary, 10% of your pre-tax income is paid on a monthly basis until the full amount has been repaid.
Payments are run on the 1st of every month. There is no maximum number of months for you to repay the full amount, so the deferred payment plan will continue running for as long as you still owe money, until the full amount is reached.
If you wish to pay off the loan early, you can increase your payments with no fee.
Students must have the legal right to live and work in the UK, and have a UK National Insurance number, a UK bank account and and a UK or EU passport. Any non-UK national must be able to prove they have been living and working in the UK for at least 2 years.
The Mayden Academy Diversitech Fund offers a discount on course fees to individuals from groups which are underrepresented in the tech industry or have come from a disadvantaged background. Find out more on our Diversitech Fund.
Future Bright is a scheme run by West of England Combined Authority which offers career support, including training, to people living in the West of England who are already in work but who would like to further their careers. Those in the program may be eligible for help with our course fees. Find out more about Future Bright.