Sponsored: Hack Reactor Remote Beta – Now With Need-Blind Tuition Deferral

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Since Hack Reactor’s Remote Beta online coding school kicked off its first cohort this past July, it’s grown into a program that rivals the company’s renowned onsite course in educational quality and student experience.

In an effort to showcases confidence in the employability of Remote Beta Software Engineers, Hack Reactor has recently announced a need-blind tuition model, never before seen in online immersion education. Starting with the March 23 class:

  • Eligible Remote Beta students can now defer up to $15,000 out of the program’s $17,780 tuition cost into an interest-free payment plan.
  • Payments are capped as a percentage of monthly income beginning after the students find jobs and start working.

This new tuition model is designed to be attractive to applicants who are unable to afford the full cost of Remote Beta and expand the reach of the program by breaking down one of the few remaining barriers for otherwise talented and motivated people to join the rapidly growing software engineering industry.

Apply today or learn more about this opportunity on Hack Reactor’s blog.

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