Open to India residents eager to master web and mobile development skills
If accepted, you'll be placed into one of two tracks based on your experience level.
No programming experience required.
3-month access to Intro to HTML + CSS with support from Udacity mentors.
Design and build stunning and engaging websites!
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The application is straightforward, and should take 10-15 minutes. There is a single application for all, whether you're interested in Mobile or Web, and whether you're a beginner or already have experience.
Answer what you can, to the best of your ability, and we'll do the rest! Remember this application is open to residents of India who are at least 18 years old.
To receive one of these scholarships, you must be a current resident of India and be at least 18 years of age when you submit your application.
The program takes place 100% online. You can work from wherever you want to, as long as you have a working internet connection.
The scholarship program is structured in two parts:
Phase 1: 1,000 Challenge Scholarships
The first phase of this scholarship provides 3-months of access to one of four Udacity courses: Intro to HTML + CSS, Offline Web Applications, Android Basics or Developing Android Apps. Scholarship recipients participating in this initial phase of the program will receive support from expert Udacity mentors and community managers while joining a robust student community.
Phase 2: 1,000 Full Nanodegree Scholarships
The top 1,000 students from the first phase of the scholarship program earn an additional 6-month scholarship to one of four Nanodegree Programs: Front-End Web Developer, Mobile Web Specialist, Android Basics Nanodegree or Android Developer. Access to these Nanodegree programs includes expert project reviews, mentorship and community support.
Applications close on January 10, 2018.
Scholarship recipients will be announced in February 2018.
Class will start in February 2018.
Udacity's single courses consist of lessons, videos, and quizzes. But they do not provide expert staff support available to answer technical questions, review student projects, and provide guidance and help. Scholarship students in Phase 1 of this program will receive technical guidance from expert mentors and will participate in an actively managed scholarship student community where they can engage with and receive support from their fellow classmates.
After the initial 3-month Phase 1 of the program ends, follow-up scholarships will be provided for the Front-End Web Developer, Mobile Web Specialist, Android Basics, and Android Developer Nanodegree programs. Students will be evaluated based on successful completion of lessons and quizzes in Phase 1 in addition to their active participation and support of classmates in the student community.
Between instructional content, quizzes, and other course-related activity, we estimate that investing 10 hours/week will enable you to proceed through the program at a successful pace, finishing before your 3-month scholarship ends in Phase 1. If you are awarded a follow-up Nanodegree scholarship after the initial 3-months Phase 1, you will have an additional 6-months to complete the Nanodegree program.
After class starts in February 2018, you can study on your own schedule so long as you complete the course within 3 months. That is to say, you’ll have complete access to the course directly in your classroom 24 hours a day. We understand that students have different schedules and will work on their course at different times and on different days. What’s important is that students make constant progress each and every week and get through all the content before the end of the 3-month long Phase 1.
These scholarships do not guarantee you a job. But Udacity students often do get jobs after graduating from programs like these. Check out some student stories.
While the Nanodegree programs offered as part of this scholarship will prepare you for current Google Developer certifications, you will have to take a separate certification exam to be certified by Google.
Note that Google Developer exam fees are not included as part of the scholarship program. You can learn more about Google Developer certification here.
In order to be fair to all scholarship applicants and recipients we do not extend deadlines.
You can find more details on the Terms and Conditions here.
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