Scholarships available for residents of Europe, Russia, Egypt, Israel and TurkeyApply Now
"This opportunity helped to keep my mind sharp while raising my two kids and do something for my future. I am also grateful for the lovely and talented people I have met here: a supporting group to keep up the spirit!"
"You could easily imagine my surprise when I handed in my first project for the course and got the most detailed, helpful, and comprehensive feedback in 45 minutes. I was completely blown away."
"7 months ago I hadn't written a single line of code. Now I am building Android apps, and I love it."
October 15, 2017
October 30, 2017
November 6, 2017
It only takes 10 minutes! There is a single application for all scholarships. We’ll help you decide which path is right for you.
It’s absolutely fine if you don’t know the answers to every question or haven’t taken any programming classes before.
To receive one of these scholarships, you must be a current resident of one of the 28 EU countries, 4 EFTA countries or Russia, Egypt, Israel and Turkey. You must also be at least 18 years old and complete the application in full. Please see the Terms and Conditions for the full list of countries and eligibility requirements.
The program takes place 100% online. You can work from wherever you want to, as long as you have a working internet connection.
The scholarship program is structured in two parts:
Phase 1: 60,000 Challenge Scholarships
The first phase of this scholarship provides 3-months of access to one of four Udacity courses: Intro to HTML + CSS, Offline Web Applications, Android Basics and Developing Android Apps. Scholarship recipients in these courses will receive a robust community experience supported by dedicated Community Managers, Udacity mentor support, and a chance to qualify for a full Nanodegree scholarship.
Phase 2: 6,000 Nanodegree Scholarships
The top 6,000 students in the program earn an additional 6-month scholarship to one of four Nanodegree Programs: Front-End Web Developer, Mobile Web Specialist, Android Basics Nanodegree and Android Developer. The full-scholarships will include project reviews, mentorship and community support.
Udacity's single courses consists of lessons, videos and quizzes but are not supplemented with staff support or resources. Phase 1 of this scholarship provides premium access to a supported environment in the form of a unified cohort experience, community managers, mentors and the opportunity to be eligible for a full Nanodegree scholarship after 3-months.
There are no projects in Phase 1 so you will not have any projects reviewed. You will have access to lessons, quizzes, videos and mentors in this phase.
After the 3-months, full scholarships will be awarded to students based on the progress in Phase 1 and their contributions to the Udacity community. The scholarships will include the following Nanodegree programs: Front-End Web Developer, Mobile Web Specialist, Android Basics Nanodegree and Android Developer.
Between instructional content, quizzes, projects, and other course-related activity, we estimate that investing 10 hours/week will enable you to proceed through the program at a successful pace, finishing before your 3-month scholarship ends in Phase 1. You can ultimately work at whatever chosen pace you'd like, as long as you complete the material before your scholarship ends. If you are awarded a full Nanodegree scholarship after 3-months, you will have an additional 6-months to complete the Nanodegree program.
The scholarships will begin on November 6, 2017. You can study according to your own schedule as long as you complete the course within 3 months. You have access to the material via your Udacity classroom, or the mobile apps, 24 hours a day and you are welcome to learn whenever suits you best until the scholarship program ends.
These scholarships do not guarantee you a job. But Udacity students often do get jobs after graduating from programs like this. Check out some student stories here.
While the Nanodegree programs offered as part of this scholarship will prepare you for current Google Developer certifications, you will have to take a separate certification exam to be certified by Google. Note that Google Developer exam fees are not included as part of the scholarship program. You can learn more about Google Developer certification.
In order to be fair to all scholarship applicants and recipients we do not extend deadlines. But we will work very hard to create more scholarship opportunities like this one and hope you will be able to take advantage of those. In the meantime, take advantage of some of our free Developer courses.
Bertelsmann shares Google and Udacity's commitment to closing the digital skills gap and providing learning opportunities that will help people advance their career. As part of this commitment, Bertelsmann is funding additional scholarships in the field of data science, which will become available later this fall. Keep an eye out for more information, and be sure to register at Scholarships at Udacity to receive additional information.
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