Udemy Pricing - How Much Does Udemy Cost?

Last updated: May 5, 2017 - 5:35pm EDT

The price of each Udemy course is determined by the instructor who posts it.  In the United States, the minimum cost to enroll in a course is $20; prices can increase in increments of $5, up to the maximum cost of $200.  Minimum and maximum Udemy course costs, as well as price increments, vary in other countries.

For more information, see this help article on Udemy about its pricing and promotion policies.

The good news is that some courses can be taken free of charge.  Also, once you enroll in a course, you will never lose access to it, so you will never have to pay for it again.  In addition, if you enroll in a course and are not satisfied with it, you can request a refund within 30 days of signing up for it.  To learn how to do this, click here.

Does Udemy offer free courses?

Yes, there are usually some courses on Udemy that can be taken free of charge.  For a full list, click here.

Can I reduce the cost of courses with coupons?

You bet!  Instructors for certain courses on Udemy may send you coupons to promote their other courses, either in promotional announcements, their bonus lecture, or over email or social networks.  You can enter the code when you sign up for a course to reduce its cost.

For more on how to get and use coupons, chcek out this article.


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