For more than 30 million students around the world, the future of learning has arrived — and it costs as little as $10.99.
Udemy, a global marketplace for learning and teaching online, just hit the 30 million student mark. While that’s an impressive feat all on its own, perhaps more impressive is the breadth of topics available to learn.
While most online learning sites provide courses in just a few subject areas, Udemy boasts more than 100,000 expert-led courses across hundreds of topics. So whether you want to learn how to code, speak a foreign language, play an instrument, or start your own business, Udemy has you covered. Better still, you can learn all this and more without breaking the bank.
To give you an idea of just how much Udemy has to offer, here’s a list of some of the most popular course categories and courses.
Become a master programmer
Whether you’re thinking of changing career paths or you’re just starting out, you don’t have to shell out thousands of dollars in tuition to learn how to code. Udemy has courses from actual industry experts that can teach you the latest tricks of the trade for a lot less. In fact, many students have shared their own success stories to prove just that.
Learn to lead like a boss
Want to take your career to the next level, but haven’t quite mastered the art of leadership? Udemy offers a variety of leadership and management skills courses that can help you climb that next rung of the ladder.
You can even get leadership tips from business author and former dot-com executive Seth Godin. In fact, Godin’s course is one of the best-selling courses on the site.
Get the edge in business and marketing
In the digital age, the leading practices for business and marketing change on a regular basis. In fact, it’s so rapidly evolving that traditional education may not give you the most up-to-date skills you need to stay on top.
Udemy, on the other hand, regularly adds new business and digital marketing courses. Plus, each course includes lifetime access, so you’ll be able to brush up on the latest skills as your instructor updates their course.
Land your dream job
In addition to helping you develop the skills you need to advance in your career, Udemy can help you land your next gig. For example, in just one course you can learn how to craft a compelling LinkedIn presence and get tips on how to ace the interview process.
Want to be your own boss instead? You can also take entrepreneurship courses and learn business entrepreneurship fundamentals, how to make a living as a freelancer, or even start your own online business with Shopify.
Live it up with lifestyle courses
Udemy isn’t just for professional subjects. It’s also a great place to learn all the fun things you’ve always wished you could do. For example, learn how to play more than just “air guitar” with a beginner’s guitar course.
Want to take pictures so good they don’t need a filter? Try a photography masterclass to learn about the art of composition and lighting. You can also learn how to draw, cook, travel like a pro, improve your makeup game, and oh so much more. So stop daydreaming and start doing.
And that’s just the tip of the iceberg. Plus, to celebrate reaching 30 million students, more than 90% of the Udemy catalog is on sale now for as low as $10.99 per course. As if that isn’t a great deal on its own, there’s also a 30-day, money-back guarantee. Seriously — what are you waiting for? Check out Udemy.com today to learn, well, just about anything.
Udemy is a global marketplace for learning and teaching online. More than 30 million students learn from an extensive library of 100,000 expert-led courses in over 50 different languages. Whether learning for professional development or personal enrichment, students can master new skills through self-paced, on-demand courses.
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Source: Business Insider