Udacity, a pioneer in online education, is building "University by Silicon Valley", a new type of online university that teaches the actual programming skills that industry employers need today, delivers credentials endorsed by employers, because they built them, and provides education at a fraction of the cost and time of traditional schools.

With industry giants - Google, AT&T, Facebook, Salesforce, Cloudera, etc. - we offer Nanodegree credentials, designed so professionals can become Web Developers, Data Analysts, or Mobile Developers. Supported by our communities of coaches and students, our students learn programming and data science through a series of online courses and hand-on projects that help them practice and build a convincing portfolio. 
Company Growth (employees)
Type
Private
HQ
Mountain View, US
Founded
2011
Size (employees)
1,288 (est)+6%
Udacity was founded in 2011 and is headquartered in Mountain View, US

Key People at Udacity

Vishal Makhijani

Vishal Makhijani

CEO
Sebastian Thrun

Sebastian Thrun

Founder, Chairman and President
Oliver Cameron

Oliver Cameron

VP
Clarissa Shen

Clarissa Shen

VP

Udacity Office Locations

Udacity has offices in Mountain View, San Francisco, Jakarta, Bengaluru and in 18 other locations
Mountain View, US (HQ)
2465 Latham St
New Delhi, IN
Ring Rd
Berlin, DE
77 Rheinsberger Str.
Atlanta, US
590 Means St NW
Pudong Xinqu, CN
207号 Fu Te Bei Lu
Bengaluru, IN
24th Main Rd
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Udacity Data and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Founding Date

2011

Total Funding

$210 m

Latest funding size

$105 m

Time since last funding

almost 2 years

Investors

Udacity's latest funding round in November 2015 was reported to be $105 m. In total, Udacity has raised $210 m
Source: github.com

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Udacity Median Salaries

Source: 34 public H-1B filings from Udacity
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Udacity News and Updates

Udacity adds a new ‘Intro to Self-Driving Cars’ Nanodegree

 You likely won’t be surprised when I tell you that building a self-driving car is difficult and complex. Udacity has tried to help address that difficulty with flexible, online education for self-driving engineers through its Self-Driving Cars Nanodegree program, and now it’s expanding its offering…

You can learn to build aerial taxis with Udacity’s new Flying Car Nanodegree

 Online education company Udacity is growing its new Nanodegree program yet again – it’s adding two entirely new programs to the roster, including a new entry-level self-driving Nanodegree, as well as a brand new one focused on ‘flying cars’ (though it’s actually a bit more nuanced than that). The F…

Google and Udacity offer scholarships for 75,000 aspiring developers

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 pas…

Udacity’s latest Nanodegree will teach React

 In its quest to reduce persistent skills gaps, Udacity has been designing condensed courses to get students up to speed on trendy topics to improve employment outcomes. The startup’s “Nanodegrees,” as they call them, span VR, robotics, deep learning and other key technical and non-technical skills.…

Udacity: Reno pilot shows the future of tech job training

Retraining is often held up as a salve for those laid off when factories close, stores shutter, or businesses pick up and move overseas. But what if job training was treated not as an event, as in teaching coal miners to code, but rather as a critical, ongoing part of keeping a local workforce emplo…

Udacity is going to help Facebook teach engineers within its Developer Circles

 Facebook’s been steadily growing its Developer Circles initiative in recent months and today the company provided an update on growth and announced a new partnership with Udacity during its annual F8 conference. Developer Circles is Facebook’s community-driven initiative for engaging with and train…
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