Scholarships & Financial Aid
We believe that all Canadians should have access to technology jobs – they’re often the best careers out there. We offer a variety of scholarships and low-risk financial aid options to help kickstart your journey. Don’t know where to start? Book a meeting with a Student Success Consultant.
Income Share Agreements
With Juno's new Income Share Agreements, you can gain the skills to launch your web development career for just a loonie upfront. Web Development Immersive graduates using an ISA will pay a percentage of their income after they're hired, but only once they're making at least $50,000 a year. We’re proud to be the first school in Canada to offer Income Share Agreements.
upfront tuition to launch your development career. Students of Juno's Web Development Immersive Bootcamp can also opt to pay the full $12,000 tuition upfront.
of your income is repaid for two years after graduation. Payments start when you land a job making at least $50K/year and are capped at $18,000.
Income Share Agreements make our Web Development Immersive an accessible, risk-free investment for every Canadian. Our goal is to bring together a diverse group of students all comitted to making a career change – regardless of their background or financial circumstances.
This innovative approach to paying for education finally aligns incentives between a school and its students, where we take the risk, instead of you. Our Bootcamp requires hard work, focus, commitment, and absolute dedication, so we want to take the financial stress away, so you can focus on making the most of your experience and become the best developer you can be.
ISAs in a nutshell:
- Juno’s Income Share Agreement program is optional. Students may still opt to pay the full tuition up front – this will always be the least expensive option for students!
- If a student is offered an Income Share Agreement, their upfront tuition is just a loonie. We are required to charge a fee (even if it’s a small one) as a condition of our status as a registered Private Career College.
- Once graduates land a job making at least $50,000 anually, they pay Juno 17% of their income on a monthly basis for 24 months.
- Payments are capped at $18,000, so a graduate with a high salary isn’t penalized.
- In any month, if a graduate doesn’t make at least $4,166.66 (including if they lose their job or take time off to stay home with kids), payments pause.
- Regardless of the number of payments a graduate has made, their Income Share Agreement ends after five years.
- Students are eligible for ISAs if they are a Canadian citizen, legally allowed to work in Canada, and have an approved Canadian bank account.
Our Web Development Immersive Bootcamp changes lives. To be accepted into Bootcamp you must have existing knowledge of HTML, CSS and responsive design, and our beginner-friendly courses are the best way to learn these skills.
That’s why we offer over $250,000 in need-based scholarships every year - to make our entry-level Web Development courses accessible to anyone who wants to continue into Bootcamp and make a career change.
of our scholarships are set aside for underrepresented groups
is awarded in scholarships to our Intro courses, every year
We offer various discounts for our Web Development Immersive Bootcamp and our Continuing Education courses to help as many people begin their coding journey as we can. Our Student Success Consultants are here to help you find the right path for you.
- Succesful Web Development Immersive Bootcamp applicants who have taken our Web Development course will receive a $2,000 scholarship off of their Bootcamp tuition.
- If you’ve taken the Digital Skills for Beginners course at Canada Learning Code you will receive $250 off your tuition to our part-time or accelerated Web Development course.
- With our Lifelong Skills Guarantee you can retake a course that you’ve already taken for just $500 plus tax. This is great if you ever feel like your coding skills need brushing up or are out-of-date.
Canada-Ontario Job Grant
The Canada-Ontario Job Grant (COJG) is offered by the Government of Ontario to help companies level up their employees.
If you think that a course at Juno might help you get a raise, receive a promotion, or simply do better at work, your employer can apply to receive this grant on your behalf. If approved, your employer can pay as little as 16% of the total cost of your Juno course and asscociated expenses, and the government will cover the rest.Learn more in our blog
Do you offer any financial aid?
At Juno we want to make a tech education accessible to everyone, regardless of their financial situation. That's why we offer a number of scholarships and financing options. Please visit our Scholarships and Financial Aid page for more details.
What is your refund policy?
Continuing Education Courses We want you to love learning with us. If for some reason you don’t, you’ll receive a prorated refund based on the date you drop the course, minus the course registration fee of $250 plus HST. To drop a course, please submit your request in writing by emailing us at email@example.com.
Space Rentals Cancellations with over 14 days notice prior to the booking date will receive a full refund. Cancellations over 48 hours notice will receive 70% of their payment refunded. Full payment will be charged if an event is cancelled less than 48 hours prior to the start of the booking. To cancel a booking, please submit your request in writing by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org. All refund payments are made by cheque and by mail.
Workshops Please email us at least seven days before the workshop date. No refunds will be given after that date.
What if I have an ISA and get a job outside of Canada?
ISA repayment schedules are the same no matter where in the world your job is, you just have to be making a salary of at least $50,000 CAD.
Can I pay off my ISA early in a lump sum?
If you want to pay off your Income Share Agreement early you can do so by making a lump sum payment. To pay off your ISA you will be required to pay the payment cap of $18,000.
Do your programs qualify for the Canada-Ontario Job Grant?
Yes! In fact, we have had many students successfully apply for the Canada-Ontario Job Grant (COJG) to attend our continuing education courses. This grant provides direct financial support to employers who wish to purchase training for their employees. For more information about the Canada-Ontario Job Grant, visit the website.
Do your programs qualify for Second Career Funding?
Does Juno qualify for OSAP?
Not yet! Private Career Colleges like Juno must meet certain Ministry requirements to be eligible for OSAP. Though our courses do not currently meet those requirements, we are exploring the steps we can take to make OSAP a possibility for Juno students in the future.
When is my tuition due?
For our eight-week courses, you will receive an invoice upon enrollment for $2,000 + HST, and payment is due within three business days.
For all of our other Continuing Education courses, a deposit of $1,250 plus HST is due immediately upon registration to secure your spot in the course. The remaining balance is then due two weeks before the program begins. Tuition MUST be paid in full before the program starts in order to gain access to course resources including course notes.
For our Web Development Immersive, 50% of tuition is due immediately upon acceptance into the program, plus a $250 registration fee. The remaining 50% is due one month before the program begins.
Do you offer payment plans?
Due to the demand for our programs, we normally aren’t able to offer payment plans. However, if a student has a specific situation, we’ll always do our best to accommodate.
Is my tuition tax deductible?
As a registered Private Career College in Ontario, we provide T2202a forms for students who complete the Web Development Immersive program. For students who completed this program before January 2017, we cannot retroactively issue T2202a forms.
Unfortunately, we cannot provide tax forms for any of our continuing education courses.
Are there any registration fees, extra costs or textbook fees?
There is a $250 registration fee. Optional fees may include up to $650 for web hosting, domain names, website designs, or fees for a laptop rental.
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