Funding Options


See below for funding options available to those who can not afford to pay their fees due to insufficient funds or low income.

If you do have the means to pay your fees by debit or credit card, we encourage you to do so, as funding options typically incur some processing fees or interest rates.

Monthly installment options

1. Affirm (Canada Only)

Affirm is Canada’s leading installment payment platform, providing shoppers with buy now, pay later solutions at their favourite retailers, both in-store and online.
By selecting Affirm as a payment method at check-out, customers can enjoy their purchase immediately, while spreading their payments over time.

See more information about Affirm. CLICK HERE

Enrol in any program today with the Buy Now, Pay Later Financing through Paybright. CLICK HERE

2. (Global) allows you to use flexible payment plans to seamlessly automate installment payments for products and services.

This service allows you to make a minimum non-refundable deposit and spread the balance payments over a period of months.

A payment method is required to finalize your order

Please note there is a fee for this service.

See the FAQ page. CLICK HERE

Enrol in any program today with customized installment plans through CLICK HERE

3. Klump (Nigeria Only)

Klump is a Nigerian based fintech company whose flagship product; Klump BNPL accords users the financial freedom to spread purchase payments over monthly instalments. Make an initial 25% deposit and split the balance into convenient monthly instalments that suit your financial plan.

It is a flexible and easy-to-use digital banking service and a simple way to manage your money and make everyday banking easier

Find out your eligibility here

4. Monzo Flex (UK)

Monzo Flex is a buy now pay later service. If you are in the United Kingdom(UK), use Flex online or in-store, with protection for eligible purchases. You can now use Monzo Flex to spread your course payment for a period of time.

If eligible, it’s interest free over 3 instalments, or takes more time with 6 and 12 instalments at 19% APR representative (variable). It has no hidden cost and you will know what you will pay upfront.

Learn more here

Educational Loan Program

1. Windmill Microlending (Canadian Immigrants Only)

Windmill Microlending is a registered charity serving newcomers since 2005. We offer microloans to help skilled immigrants and refugees continue their careers in Canada. Funded by the public and private sector, Windmill is Canada’s largest and most successful microlending program for immigrants and refugees.

Windmill supports immigrants and refugees who come to Canada with education, skills and experience but struggle to resume their careers here.

Windmill provides microloans of up to $15,000 to skilled immigrants and refugees so they can succeed in their careers.

If you are interested in securing funding through Windmill Microlending, please do the following:

1. Read the FAQ. CLICK HERE

2. Send an email to stating your request for an admission letter to present to Windmill Microlending.

We will require your Full name, Address, Phone Number and the Program (s) you are interested in.

3. Once you receive your admission letter, you will can go ahead to apply for the funding. The loan disbursement could take anywhere from 1 to 4 weeks so please apply immediately if interested.

Many of our students have used their service and were able to pay off the loan immediately they got a job because if you follow the program, you will get the job offer.

Loans have no processing fees and you have about 5 years to pay back.

For more information, visit their website here and have a chat with an advisor.

2. WizeBank (United States & Canada)

We're excited to announce our partnership with Wizebank, so you can split your program fee into easy monthly payments.

See more information about WizeBank. CLICK HERE

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