With more courses on Udemy than ever before, we know how important it is to choose the right topic for your next course. We've been working on ways to give you more detailed, actionable information about in-demand topics. As a start, we've compiled insights about high-demand topics and wanted to share these with you.
Click on one of the topics listed below to get more information about the topic’s demand potential and for tailored insights to help you create a course that meets our learners’ needs:
Don’t worry if you don’t see a topic that you’re interested in teaching on this list. The list features just a few in-demand topics that are focused on our business and tech learners. To discover other course opportunities, please head to Marketplace Insights.
We’re currently piloting this program based on feedback where instructors want to know more information about trending topics on the marketplace. Our team is excited to share this information with you to learn what information provides the most value to instructors who are creating content in trending topics. With this pilot, we hope to provide interested instructors with information to help them create a course that provides a high-value learning experience to their students.
Why are there only tech and business course ideas listed?
Currently, we’re experiencing very high demand in our business and tech courses. While this doesn’t mean that other areas are not in high demand, these courses have been identified by learners as topics they are interested in learning more about. Given the nature of the marketplace, trending topics can change from one day to the next and are constantly evolving. We hope to create tools or provide resources that are helpful for you to continue to create high-quality learning experiences.
What do I do with this information?
If you are passionate and capable of teaching one of the topics listed, click on the link and review the information provided, and get started on planning your course.
The Udemy Instructor Team
Please note that all information shown represents the projected performance of high-quality courses. The data aims to help provide instructors with directional information about potential topics on which new courses could be created or existing courses could be improved. Since the Udemy marketplace is constantly evolving, all information is subject to change and we cannot guarantee that any course will see the results shown.