Submit your application between April 12, 2022 through June 13, 2022.
Select applicants will participate in an exclusive introductory program. You must complete the Challenge coursework and assessment requirements to be eligible for the Nanodegree program.
Those selected as one of 100 scholarship recipients will begin the Nanodegree program. During your learning journey, you will have the opportunity to participate in networking and mentoring sessions to learn industry best practices and more.
Students will graduate with a portfolio of real-world projects and receive an official certificate after completing the program.
April 12, 2022
June 13, 2022
Challenge course starts
April 12, 2022
Challenge course ends
June 24, 2022
Nanodegree program starts
July 7, 2022
Nanodegree program ends
September 22, 2022
Advance your career with Java techniques like syntax, conditional statements, functions, loops, and collections.
- Designing and implementing a hotel reservation application that allows customers to find and book a hotel room.
- Use concurrent programming techniques to enhance a legacy web crawler so that it can take advantage of multi-core architectures.
- Refactor a program into a multi-module Maven project and write unit tests to verify that it actually does what it claims to do.
Frequently Asked Questions
How can I benefit from this program?
You will work on real-world projects with the most up-to-date content, co-created with top industry experts to build your portfolio. Throughout your journey, you will have access to a supportive online community, where you will get support from mentors and fellow learners, along with building a strong industry network.
How many spots will be available?
There are 100 scholarships available. Winners will be announced on June 30, 2022 and will have full access to the Nanodegree program content on July 7, 2022. Scholarship recipients must begin and make progress in their course by July 28, 2022, or they will be removed from the program.
What does the learner journey look like as part of this program?
Students will have access to the course material through their classroom and will have weekly virtual touchpoints with a Udacity Session Lead to check on their progress, work through case studies, and solve their technical blockers. In order to graduate, students must complete a set of projects within the specified timeframe.
What are Connect sessions?
Connect sessions are mandatory weekly sessions with a Udacity Session Lead to track progress, work through technical blockers, and work on relevant case studies together. These sessions are a great opportunity to network, build connections, and stay on track to graduate on time.
What are the eligibility criteria to enroll?
Applicants must be 18 years of age or older and be located in the Detroit metro area.
Are there any fees for enrollment?
No, this is a free scholarship opportunity.
Are there any prerequisites for enrollment?
There are no prerequisites for the program. However, applicants must have access to a computer with internet connection.
Is this program online, in-person, or combination of both?
The program takes place 100% online.
How many hours a week should I expect to spend on my coursework, in order to finish on time?
Between instructional content, quizzes, projects, and other course-related activity, we estimate that investing 10-15 hours/week of self-study (including attending weekly 1.5-2 hour virtual connect sessions) will enable Nanodegree program learners to proceed through the curriculum at a successful pace.