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Udacity offers Nanodegrees which are online immersive full-time and part-time programs, ranging from 12-24 weeks in length for students worldwide. Nanodegree courses are available in subjects like data science, artificial intelligence, programming, autonomous systems, business, and cloud computing. Udacity's approach to talent transformation incorporates projects based on real-world scenarios, guided by personalized mentor support with a focus on in-demand digital com...

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  • Ilias
    Ilias
    Software Developer • Student • Data Analyst • Online
    Nov 28, 2019
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    From Statistics to Python and finally to SQL

    A great experience!

    I thought that I was going to have difficulties with the statistics. But fortunately not only didn't have problems but also fill in some gaps that I had.

    Python was awesome, of course!

    And in the end, it was SQL. The first and last lesson was easy to follow. The lessons in between need more attention and practise, at least from me.

    Thanks for the opportunity that you gave me through the scho...

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  • Megha Raveendran
    Megha Raveendran
    Graduate • Machine Learning Engineer • Online
    Nov 22, 2019
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    Machine Learning Engineer Nanodegree

    Machine learning nanodegree program comprising supervised and unsupervised Machine Learning techniques, Industry case studies and machine learning model life cycle management with special focus on model deployment.
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  • Gerald Hightower
    Gerald Hightower
    Software Analyst • Student • Introduction to Machine Learning • Online
    Nov 17, 2019
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    Currently enrolled at Udacity, satisfied so far!

    I am currently enrolled in the Intro to machine learning course. The main reason I went with Udacity is because when I was reading the course syllabus I liked that the goal of the course was to teach the curriculum as well as create a job-ready portfolio of projects . I thought this was very valuable to take to an interview. You can find the course syllabus here
    Currently we are learning how to use decision trees to predict states within the supervised learning module.

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    Programming student
    Nov 17, 2019
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  • Gaurav Pokharkar
    Gaurav Pokharkar
    ADAS Test and Dev Engineer • Student • Self-Driving Car Engineer • Online
    Nov 16, 2019
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    Review of Udacity's self driving car engineer nano degree program

    What do you like best?

    I used Udacity to learn Intro to Self Driving Nano Degree Program and Self Driving Nano Degree (SDND) Program. I liked the way they have created the content from basics to more advanced and complex concepts. They had online work-space setup to solve the problems. This helped me understand the concepts in a better way. The way the course was organized made it easy for me to grasp the concepts quickly and implement them efficiently. Plus they have re...

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  • Ewa
    Ewa
    Graduate • Android Basics • Online
    Nov 12, 2019
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    review of a Android Developer Coure (basic)

    I started the android developer course with zero knowledge about app programming. Despite this it was possible for me to learn basics and programm a simple cheering up app for a birthday present. Besides this I am now ready to develope my programming skils and work as an intern or junior specialist. During the course I have been learning many practical things. When I wasn't able to manage the course tasks I could always ask my mentor who was very helpful. After every project I always got v...

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  • Saw Larry James
    Saw Larry James
    Android Developer • Graduate • Android Developer • Online
    Nov 12, 2019
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    Android Developer Nano Degree

    This program helped me to become a proficient android developer.
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  • Diego Bustos
    Diego Bustos
    Student • Online
    Nov 11, 2019
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    Full stack web developer

    I took the Full Stack Web Developer program in Udacity for three months. it was totally worth. I didn't have experience with databases and servers. But the lessons were clear and you can build your first app just following the videos. 

    My mentor helped me a lot, especially with the last project, deploying the app in AWS. Also the projects ar reviwe in just hours, which makes easier to finish each lesson

    I still have access to career support, so I'm still working on my L...

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  • Mostafa
    Mostafa
    Graduate • Introduction to Programming • Online
    Nov 11, 2019
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    My studying experience in Udacity

    Hello, I'm Mostafa. I was graduated from Udacity Course (introduction to programming). It was very enjoyable, and I have benefited from this course. It's nice way to begin in web, AI programming and game development. We studied about 4 programming languages and it's HTML, CSS, Javascript, Python. it's only for beginners and from the name of course it's just introduction. It helped me much in finding a job, and make my CV very rich. The only thing I consider it from the cons is lack of proj...

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  • Jennifer Piper
    Jennifer Piper
    Graduate • Introduction to Programming • Online
    Nov 11, 2019
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    Intro to Programming

    Learn the basics of programming through HTML, CSS, and Python.

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  • Christoffer
    Christoffer
    Graduate • Android Basics • Online
    Nov 11, 2019
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    Engaging, useful course

    I completed the Google Developer Androd Basics Nanodegree at Udacity.  I started with very little coding experience.  The course was really exceptionally well-made for my level of knowledge.  The course goes right into the very basics, but explains all concepts in a clear and engaging way, using both visual and audio cues.  Along the way the course also addresses things like dealing with steep learning curves and impostor syndrome to prevent people getting discouraged, and there are lively...

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  • Matteo Bonanomi
    Matteo Bonanomi
    Data Scientist • Graduate • Data Scientist • Online
    Nov 11, 2019
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    Data Science Nanodegree

    I attended both terms of Udacity Data Science Nanodegree. Compored to other e-learning platforms, I was surprised by the huge great amount of contents, as well as their quality. The first part of the course was mainly related to machine learning algorithms, the second part to software engineering and developer best practices. Both theoretical and practical aspects are well explained ann each project allows you to apply what you have learned in a very useful way.

    It is a very job-...

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How much does Udacity cost?

Udacity costs around $1,800. On the lower end, some Udacity courses like Data Analyst cost $399.

What courses does Udacity teach?

Udacity offers courses like AI Product Manager, AI Programming with Python, Android Basics, Android Developer and 35 more.

Where does Udacity have campuses?

Udacity teaches students Online in a remote classroom.

Is Udacity worth it?

Udacity hasn't shared alumni outcomes yet, but one way to determine if a bootcamp is worth it is by reading alumni reviews. 626 Udacity alumni, students, and applicants have reviewed Udacity on Course Report - you should start there!

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We let alumni answer that question. 626 Udacity alumni, students, and applicants have reviewed Udacity and rate their overall experience a 4.7 out of 5.

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You can read 626 reviews of Udacity on Course Report! Udacity alumni, students, and applicants have reviewed Udacity and rate their overall experience a 4.7 out of 5.

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While bootcamps must be approved to operate, accreditation is relatively rare. Udacity doesn't yet share information about their accreditation status.

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