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Udacity, which hopes its Nanodegree programs will help people form all over the world learn new skills, is about to make it more affordable to those who finish their programs. Starting tomorrow, all Nanodegree graduates will get 50 percent of their tuition back. The ‘half-back’ scheme was introduced in May as a limited time offer for those who finished their degree programs within one year. The Nanodegree program costs $200 per month; Udacity didn’t note any changes to its tuition reimbursement rules as part of the announcement. Udacity says it has over 8,600 students enrolled in its six nanodegree programs, which got a…

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