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Why we love it

I am someone who thinks, "I want to learn how to do this" about five times a week. With Udemy, I can find a course and turn that thought into action. When I register for a course, there is no time stress. In fact, I have lifetime access to the course as long as it is available on Udemy. It also means that I can take a lesson for as long as I want. All I have to do is take a break and I can pick up right where I left off when I'm ready to get back on track. I can also download lessons to watch when I'm offline. With the wish list I can save courses that I would like to consider in the future. So when I'm ready for something new, I already have a list of options that have piqued my interest.


Diversity of courses

Udemy is best known for its technical courses in programming and design. However, the categories and sub-categories of the courses on Udemy extend to creative and educational topics, and even to the practicality of life. There are art classes and lessons available to help with career development, and if you want to itch yourself there are tons of classes to learn about the subtle effects of body language and more. If you want to improve your skills in any area, not just professional skills, Udemy can guide you through a hobby such as: B. How to make your own soap or publish a book online. You can also choose to study a language, study CPR, or be more knowledgeable about a subject like Greek history. While Udemy is not accredited and cannot offer a certification that is valid for most employment prospects, Udemy is a great additional resource and any certification you earn from taking courses has at least a notable mention on your resume.

Pick what is right for you

Udemy provides detailed information about course content so you can register with confidence. A preview video is available for each course to help you get a feel for the course, and some have a preview of one or the other lesson. Typically, an outline of the lesson is shown along with the video length and with articles or quizzes. You can read the teacher's résumé and read reviews from former students. After signing up, you have the option to ask the teacher your questions directly when you take the course, and there can even be an active community discussion. If you are not satisfied with a course, you can request a refund within 30 days of enrolling.



Course prices are set by the instructors, not Udemy. While there are several free courses available, these are easiest to find in a category's search filter. Udemy generally offers day-long promotions of courses on the platform that the instructors must choose. You can also find a reference code or instructor coupon code for specific courses with an internet search. Courses that sell for more than free on Udemy cannot be offered for free on any other website. So you don't have to pay too much attention to getting the best price. The price for courses that do not participate in coupons or promotions ranges from $ 19.99 to $ 199.99 with lifetime access to the course.