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Udacity Nanodegree Programs: Machine Learning, Data Analyst, and more

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With Udacity's Nanodegree Programs, you'll build and design amazing projects, learn from top experts at leading companies in Silicon Valley, and land your dream job in technology. Enroll in a Nanodegree program, graduate in under 12 months, and get a 50% tuition refund! With Udacity's Nanodegree Plus program, you'll get hired within 6 months of graduating, or we'll refund 100% of your tuition. Learn in-depth skills in machine learning and artificial intelligence to get the hottest jobs building the products of the future in robotics, transportation and healthcare. What will you build today?



Two Years, Four Nanodegree Programs, and a New Career! Udacity

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Ricardo Diaz is a machine learning engineer. He works for a great company in Peru, and he's a graduate of no less than four Nanodegree programs! But just two years ago, it was a different story. He was still in Venezuela, struggling to learn new skills. He was short of money, and his prospects for making a full-time salary weren't great.


Udacity adds 14 hiring partners as AI, VR and self-driving talent wars heat up

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Udacity is positioned perfectly to benefit from the rush on talent in a number of growing areas of interest among tech companies and startups. The online education platform has added 14 new hiring partners across its Artificial Intelligence Engineer, Self-Driving Car Engineer and Virtual Reality Developer Nanodegree programs, as well as in its Predictive Analytics Nanodegree, including standouts like Bosch, Harma, Slack, Intel, Amazon Alexa and Samsung. That brings the total number of hiring partners for Udacity to over 30, which means a lot of potential soft landings for graduates of its nanodegree programs. The nanodegree offered by Udacity is its own original form of accreditation, which is based on a truncated field of study that spans months, rather than years, and allows students to direct the pace of their own learning. It also all takes place online, so students can potentially learn from anywhere.


Udacity adds 14 hiring partners as AI, VR and self-driving talent wars heat up

#artificialintelligence

Udacity is positioned perfectly to benefit from the rush on talent in a number of growing areas of interest among tech companies and startups. The online education platform has added 14 new hiring partners across its Artificial Intelligence Engineer, Self-Driving Car Engineer and Virtual Reality Developer Nanodegree programs, as well as in its Predictive Analytics Nanodegree, including standouts like Bosch, Harma, Slack, Intel, Amazon Alexa and Samsung. That brings the total number of hiring partners for Udacity to over 30, which means a lot of potential soft landings for graduates of its nanodegree programs. The nanodegree offered by Udacity is its own original form of accreditation, which is based on a truncated field of study that spans months, rather than years, and allows students to direct the pace of their own learning. It also all takes place online, so students can potentially learn from anywhere.