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How it works: Pay the full balance in one go and receive a 200€ discount on your tuition fees. This is the best option if you want to use your savings and minimize the overall tuition fee.

Eligibility:
For everyone applying to Le Wagon in Brussels, you must just pay your entire tuition at the time of your enrollment to be eligible for the 200€ discount. This option is available for a payment done at least 40 days before the start of the course.

How it works: you will only need to pay the €1500 enrollment deposit upfront (included in the tuition fee). Once the bootcamp starts you will start paying the remaining amount to our lending partner Alma spread over 3 monthly installments.

Eligibility: you must be a resident and have your debit/credit card emitted by any of the following countries: France, Belgium, Spain, Germany, Portugal, Italy, Netherlands, Luxemburg, Ireland, or Austria.

How it works: The BEE Prime Formation or Opleidingspremie (in English: ‘Training Premium’) is a measure whereby you – as an entrepreneur, SME, or practicing a liberal profession – receive financial aid of 40 to 60% of the training tuition fees from the Brussels region.

Eligibility:  for all self-employed persons, employees of SMEs, SMEs, or liberal professionals established in the Brussels region. The training improves the quality, strengthening, growth, or transformation of the SME or the activity.

How it works: The KMO-portefeuille (in English: ‘SME e-wallet’) is a measure whereby you – as an entrepreneur (SME) or practicing a liberal profession – receive financial aid of 20 to 30% of the training tuition fees (excl. VAT) from the Flemish region. Le Wagon is a registered and eligible training provider with registration number DV.O245209.

Eligibility: for all self-employed persons, employees of SMEs, SMEs, or liberal professionals established in the Flemish region. The training improves the quality, strengthening, growth, or transformation of your SME or activity.

How it works: you are entitled to be absent from work and receive paid holidays (up to 180 hours, ~23 days) in order to follow our training through the paid educational leave system (in Dutch: ‘betaald educatief verlof’ or ‘BEV’ — in French: ‘congé éducation payé’ or ‘CEP’). Your employer cannot refuse your request for paid educational leave, but he/she has to agree with the planning of your absences.

Eligibility: you are a full-time or part-time employee (only in specific cases) of a privately-held company based in the Flemish, Brussels, or Walloon region (or a contractual employee of an autonomous public undertaking). No age or nationality conditions apply. The program you are following does not have to be related to your profession.

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