Udacity and Amazon Wed Service (AWS) are collaborating to offer scholarships to developers on Machine Learning concepts. This scholarship program is open to learners of all levels who are interested in developing or expanding their AWS machine learning skills and expertise. Applicants who are 18 years of age or older are invited to enroll in this program.
The scholarship is in two phases. The first phase is the foundation course which is designed to help the students develop object-oriented programming skills such as writing clean and modular code, learn the key AWS machine learning technologies, namely Amazon AI Services and Amazon AI Devices and how to apply the skills acquired within the AWS lab environment.
The online enrollment window for the foundational course will be from May 19, 2020 to July 31, 2020. Students must complete the course and take the online assessment quiz within this period will be eligible for the second phase. Note that students who complete this phase will receive a certificate of completion from Udacity, and based on the student’s performance, will be selected for the second phase.
The second phase is the Udacity popular Machine Learning Engineer nanodegree program. At the end of the foundations course, an online assessment quiz will be conducted and top 325 students from the first phase will be selected for the Nanodegree scholarship. This program will offer world-class curriculum, a groundbreaking classroom experience, industry-leading instructors, thorough project reviews, and a full suite of career services. Students selected for Phase 2 who complete the full Nanodegree program will be awarded a Nanodegree certificate.
The program takes place 100% online which means you can work from wherever you want, as long as you have a working internet connection. This scholarship is flexible enough and allows you to work based on your schedule. You will have complete access to the course directly in your classroom 24 hours a day. What’s important is that you make consistent progress each and every week and get through all the content before the end of the foundational and nanodegree period. While the first phase requires between 3 – 5 hours a week, the second phase requires between 5-10 hours a week. The first phase will take two and half months to complete while the second phase will take approximately two months.
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