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Google and Udacity offer scholarships for 75,000 aspiring developers

September 5, 2017


Google has announced its plans to extend its partnership with Udacity to offer 75,000 Android scholarships for aspiring developers seeking to pursue careers in coding.

The initiative builds on the company’s two-year long collaboration with Udacity, which granted 1,000 and 10,000 scholarships for passionate newbie coders in 2015 and 2016, respectively. German media giant Bertelsmann will also be contributing to this effort.

“We were humbled by the overwhelming demand for these courses, so I’m happy to announce that together with Bertelsmann & Udacity we’ll be offering 75,000 more people the opportunity to benefit from free developer courses,” said Google’s EMEA President Matt Brittin.

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