Udacity seemingly has the perfect plan for any developing or “beginner newbies” to the Android developing market. The Udacity scholarship is at the time only available in the EU, yet there have been rumors of making Udacity a global international scholarship.
Now to break down the fundamental differences between the beginner path and the programmer path read below:
Beginner Path towards building your first app:
While Udacity is available and ready via as an online education program; garnering a further understanding about what coding and developing can produce for future courses. More and more Udacity students are being recruited for jobs around the world. Even though the current scholarship is only available to students living in the EU or 4 ETFA. The student must be 18 years of age and fill out the application in full. However read the Terms and Conditions carefully to see if you would be able to apply.
Why should Udacity be given the time of day? One big reason is that Google has funded this program which very well could lead to a career working for or within the Google universe. Udacity sides with some of the most well regarded mentors in our digital world. As our future becomes ever brighter this scholarship could end up in the hands of a current programmer working on the next biggest project or a beginner who ends up changing the current view point of millions.
Udacity is offering a serious amount of scholarships to the Beginner Path. Around 9,000 scholarships are currently waiting. While 1,000 scholarships are still available for the Programmer Path. You do have to apply by December 18th because by January 5th you may be one of the lucky individuals awarded a scholarship from Udacity.