Freedom through Solidarity

Income Share Agreements

With Income Share Agreements, you can focus on your studies at Karlshochschule, while CHANCEN eG takes care of your tuition fees. In exchange, you commit to affording future generations with the same opportunity. Once you start working or even found your own company and earn above the minimum income threshold, you start making income-based repayments.

A fair financial solution where repayments are based on your income

ISA's for your preferred degree at Karlshochschule

The Income Share Agreements (ISA) ensures equal access to education with a fair financial solution, irrespective of your current financial status.

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Study without financial stress
Protection with the minimum income threshold
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Capped Rates
Individual repayment structures
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Study

CHANCEN eG takes care of your tuition fees so you can focus on your studies.

Repayments

Contrary to regular loans, your repayments are made to the CHANCEN eG community and they are based on your income. You do not have a fixed amount of debt, but rather a repayment plan that is tailored to suit your individual financial capacity.

Income threshold

Repayments only start when you earn above the minimum threshold of 21.000 Euros Net. This ensures that the repayment plan is only activated when you can really afford it.

Capped

The repayment value is capped and reaches a maximum amount. A high income does not mean that the repayments are excessively high.

CHANCEN eG takes care of your tuition fees so you can focus on your studies.

Contrary to regular loans, your repayments are made to the CHANCEN eG community and they are based on your income. You do not have a fixed amount of debt, but rather a repayment plan that is tailored to suit your individual financial capacity.

Repayments only start when you earn above the minimum threshold of 21.000 Euros Net. This ensures that the repayment plan is only activated when you can really afford it.

The repayment value is capped and reaches a maximum amount. A high income does not mean that the repayments are excessively high.

Contact

Nathalie Hubschneider

Bewerbungs- und Communitymanagerin