Google Offers More Udacity Scholarships
Written by Sue Gee   
Monday, 11 September 2017

In a new initiative to bridge the digital skills gap in the EMEA region Google is offering 60,000 Scholarships for both absolute beginners and existing programmers for Udacity Android and Web development courses..

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The scholarships, which are available for residents of Europe, Russia, Egypt, Israel and Turkey cover 3 month's support from Udacity mentors on two learning paths - Web Developer and Android Developer - each with 20,000 places available at Beginner Level and 10,000 for those with some programming experience.

 

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For those interested in web development the course at beginner level is Intro to HTML and CSS and Offline Web Applications is the one at intermediate level. Both of these are free courses and are listed in the catalog as being 3 weeks in length course. 

 

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The Android counterparts are Android Basics: User Interface, which is considered a 2-week course at beginner level and Developing Android Apps which requires approximately 60 hours in which students build a cloud-connected Android App and is the first course in the Android Developer Nanodegree.

The top 10% of students on each of these four 3-month programs will be awarded scholarships to the appropriate Nanodegree program:

 

Level Web  Android
Beginner Front End Web Developer     Android Basics
Intermediate   Mobile Web Specialist   Android Developer   

 

If you want to know more about what is involved in embarking on a Nanodegree, and specifically the current Android Developer Nanodegree, see Nikos Vaggalis series Insider's Guide To Udacity Android Developer Nanodegree.

Google's announcement comes from Matt Brittin, President EMEA notes the findings of a white paper, High-Tech Leadership Skills for Europethat half a million ICT (Information and Communication Technologies) jobs will remain unfilled by 2020 and also reports on the success of the previous Udacity scholarship program sponsored by Google and Bertelsmann which was focused exclusively on Android development.

Britten notes:

Later this year, Bertelsmann will also offer an additional 15,000 Scholarships Challenge for beginners and advanced students in the field of data science. 

We'll bring you the details when they become available.

 

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More Information

Google Web and Android Scholarship Program 

 

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