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What is Udemy?

"Udemy for Business is a cloud-deployed corporate learning management software solution."

Udemy is an online learning platform where students can learn new skills. Expert instructors can also create and share paid courses. It works as a global marketplace for teaching and learning online with the Udemy for Business module.

Udemy for Business is a subscription-based set of business-related courses as well as the place for hosting and distribution of Udemy's own content. It is a great place for professionals to look for new forms of development. The platform features course marketing functionality, so teachers not only promote courses offered on this marketplace but also their own expertise.

Courses offered on Udemy for Business are divided into following categories: Design, Development, Finance & Accounting, Human Resources, IT & Software, Management, Marketing, Office Productivity, and Personal Wellbeing. Classes are generally video-based with other resources provided.

Udemy scored 93/100 (Top 3 in Learning Management System (LMS)) in the Learning Management System (LMS) category. This is based on user satisfaction (93/100), press buzz (65/100), and other relevant information on Udemy gathered from around the web.

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Learning Management System (LMS) Market Radar

Udemy Product Overview

  • High-quality Professional Courses

  • Access to Content Anytime, Anywhere

  • Measure Learning Engagement

  • Strategic Customer Success Management

  • Customized End-user Webinars

  • Helpful Tips and Best Practices

  • Continuous Engagement Communication

  • End-user Global Support Teams

  • Frequent and Timely Product Updates

  • Course Marketing

Languages: English, German, Spanish, French, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Dutch, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Turkish, Chinese

Udemy Features

  • Corporate/Business
  • Data Export
  • Data Import
  • Data Visualization
  • Document Comparison
  • Employee Training
  • External Integrations
  • Gamification
  • Multi-User
  • Personal Learning
  • Scheduling
  • Video Courses
  • Class Management
  • Student Registration

Udemy FAQs

What platforms does Udemy support?

Udemy is a web-based platform with Android and iOS native apps offered.

Does Udemy offer an API?

Yes, this service offers API.

Who are the main user groups of Udemy?

Main users of Udemy for Business are teachers and employees looking for professional development.

Does Udemy offer guides, tutorials and or customer support?

Support: FAQs, Knowledge Base.

Does Udemy integrate with any other apps?

Udemy supports integrations with Daily Deal sites and other content management platforms.

Does Udemy offer multi-user capability (e.g. teams)?

Yes, there are learning solutions for teams offered.

What is Udemy generally used for?

Udemy is a global marketplace for learning and teaching online.

Udemy User Reviews

Average User Rating:
4.65/5 based on 113 user ratings.
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Udemy is great...especially when there is a sale

// Graphic Designer at Anthony Garcia

What do you like about Udemy?

I came across Udemy because some software I bought had a Udemy course as a bonus offer. I went through that training, and it was a pretty great bonus. Once I was there I started looking around and before you know it I had a whole bunch of courses I had added to my wish list. The pricing was hugely varied, but pretty regularly they have sales. That's when you should buy the training courses you're interested in.

What do you dislike about Udemy?

I have subscriptions to a couple other learning communities similar to Udemy, and I'm not sure if I like the per course model better or not. To some degree, it is good if you don't have a lot of time, because you aren't being charged if you aren't using it. But I might feel more compelled to stay on top of the progress of learning the things I want to learn if it were a subscription model. So yeah, the pricing (especially the really high priced courses) could use some work. Other than that it's pretty great.

What have you been using it for and what problems did Udemy solve?

I have used Udemy to learn some skills that are more extensive and in-depth than I might learn on Skillshare for example. A lot of these courses are quite long and go deep into the topic at hand. I've found the knowledge to be very worth the time and the cost. Udemy can be a great value to you, especially if you get on their mailing list and pay attention to the sales.

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