Friday, September 25, 2015

Udacity's new business model markets nanodegrees for in-demand skills - García Mathewson, Education Dive

No longer trying to tempt traditional students from higher education, Udacity's new model focuses on adults who have skills, but want to add new ones through intensive courses supported by the industry. The New York Times reports Udacity wants to teach millions of adults tech skills quickly, providing at least minimally recognized nanodegrees in five months, on average. The courses cost $200 per month for as long as students take to finish them and upon completion, Udacity reimburses half of the tuition cost.

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