Udacity-Microsoft Machine Learning Scholarship Program

Microsoft, in collaboration with Udacity, is offering scholarships for Machine Learning Nanodegree program in Microsoft Azure. The scholarship is intended to deliver training for Azure cloud services and is open to all applicants who have experience with basic Python programming and basics of statistics and algebra. Udacity also recommends basic familiarity with fundamental machine learning concepts. Applicants who are 18 years of age or older are invited to apply.

The program focuses on machine learning and artificial intelligence, which continue to grow at a fast pace and are currently in high demand, particularly as enterprises build new cloud applications and move old ones to the cloud. This scholarship allows participants to (i) improve their machine learning skills that are in-demand at enterprises everywhere and ensure their career has endless opportunities for growth (ii) to demonstrate candidate’s mastery of Machine Learning skills by completing a series of hands-on tasks and projects in the Azure environment, and (iii) to join a community of peers driving the next wave of advancement in Artificial Intelligence technology.

The scholarship will be conferred in two phases. In the first phase, 10,000 candidates will be selected and enrolled to pursue the first phase of scholarship. The top 300 students from the first phase—Introduction to Machine Learning on Azure with a Low-code Experience—will be selected for the brand-new full machine learning Nanodegree program with Microsoft Azure.

Application deadline: June 30; Application decision: July 7; Program begins: July 8

Click HERE to apply

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