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We create opportunities for learners worldwide by offering scholarships and utilizing our proven playbook that builds core competencies in in-demand technologies.

  • Advance Africa Scholarship Program

    Who can apply?

    Anyone 20-30 years of age is encouraged to apply

    Program options

    Business Analytics, Product Manager, Digital Marketing, Introduction to Programming, or Programming for Data Science with Python

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    Sponsored by
  • AWS AI & ML Scholarship Program

    Who can apply?

    Underserved and underepresented students

    Program options

    AI Programming with Python

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    Sponsored by AWS
  • OneTen/Blacks in Technology Scholarship Program

    Who can apply?

    Black job-seekers without 4-year degrees across the United States

    Program options

    Business Analytics, Digital Marketing, or Front End Web Development Fundamentals

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    Sponsored by

Udacity’s proven career results.

Our scholarships have helped tens of thousands of people globally. And that number keeps growing everyday.


of graduates get promoted or land a better job.


of graduates that wanted to advance their careers received a raise with a median increase of +33%.

  • Guillermo Orellana Ruiz

    Android Developer

    • Studied to become a sound engineer
    • Wanted to build apps since he first saw Android in 2009
    • Now head Android Developer at Badoo
  • Lara Martin

    Mobile QA

    • Member of Women Techmakers in Berlin
    • First app she ever created won "Best App"
    • Seeks to become a full-time Android Developer
  • Jose Nieto

    Android Developer

    • Received PhD in Organic Chemistry
    • Started out by building basic apps for fun
    • Now full-time Android Developer
  • Joe Goodall

    Mobile Developer

    • Formerly a personal trainer
    • Self-taught basic programmer
    • Now builds Android apps in sports and health

Our scholarship sponsors

Google, AT&T, Lyft, Accenture, Bit: Blacks in Technology, Access