General Terms and Condition

Updated: 06.05.2021

These terms and conditions apply to all services and products of No-Code Academy. By registering for a program you agree to these terms and conditions.

All prices are without value added tax. The offers have an educational character and are therefore exempt from VAT.

Registration and payment conditions
After your registration you will receive an invoice for the full program fee, which you have to pay before the course starts. If you have specific needs regarding payment conditions, please contact us via
Your registration is binding. If a program does not reach the minimum number of participants or is cancelled by us, you will of course be refunded.

Moneyback Guarantee
If a program does not meet your expectations at all, you can claim back your program fees. However, we expect a written explanation from you within the first 3 modules of the respective program, so that we have the chance to adjust the program content to your needs. No refunds will be given at a later date.

Liability & External Tools
Program participants will work with various tools and perform experiments during the programs. HuggyStudio AG assumes no liability for the use of these tools nor for the corresponding experiments. Each participant is responsible for using the tools conscientiously and in accordance with data protection legislation (and possibly in accordance with the company's internal data protection guidelines) and for implementing experiments accordingly.

Program materials (videos, homework, etc.) are intended for program participants only, i.e. they are personal and subject to copyright. Program materials may not be reproduced or shared externally without written permission from HuggyStudio AG.

The No-Code Academy is an offer of the HuggyStudio AG ( If you have any questions or concerns, please contact We reserve the right to adjust the offer of the No-Code Academy as well as these general terms and conditions at any time.

Swiss law is exclusively applicable to the contractual relationship and the place of jurisdiction is Bern (Switzerland).