Sunday, September 27, 2015

Udacity partners with Google to expand nanodegree program to India - Leena Rao, Fortune

Online education company Udacity will start offering classes tailored to Indian students, marking the startup’s first effort to target a country outside the U.S.The move is a major step for the company as tries turn its popular courses into a real business, something it has strived to do since its founding in 2012. In India, Udacity will offer its degrees in areas like Android development and data analyses for around $148 per month. That’s still a hefty price to pay for Indian students, but Udacity says that half of the tuition will be reimbursed to them following their graduation. http://fortune.com/2015/09/21/udacity-google-india/

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