This article outlines how instructors who have been selected to be included in the Udemy for Business program are paid.
Udemy for Business is Udemy’s B2B (business to business) learning product, which offers a collection of over 2,000 courses from the Udemy.com marketplace. Today, there are over 1,000 organizations (and more are being added daily) using Udemy for Business including PayPal, Lyft, Booking.com, Volkswagen, and many others.
For more information on the Udemy for Business program, and how to opt in, please click here.
Udemy for Business Revenue Share
If your course(s) are selected for inclusion in the Udemy for Business collection (click here for more information on selection), you may begin to see new students in your student list with a “Udemy for Business” tag.
Udemy for Business students will not appear on your revenue report individually, like purchases from the Udemy marketplace do.
Each month, Udemy will calculate the total monthly subscription fees paid by all current Udemy for Business customers. 25% of this revenue will be allocated to instructors who have been selected for the Udemy for Business program, known as the “Instructor Revenue Pool”.
To calculate your revenue share each month, Udemy will divide the total Instructor Revenue Pool by the Total Minutes Consumed by all subscribers in that month. This “per-minute” amount is then multiplied by the monthly total of Course Minutes consumed in your courses to determine your revenue share.
In other words, if Udemy for Business students consumed 100 minutes of content from the Udemy for Business collection in one month and your courses received 5 of those minutes, your revenue share would be equal to 5% of the Instructor Revenue Pool for that month.
Your Udemy for Business revenue will be paid out the first week of the following month. For example, your revenue from August would appear in the “Other” tab of your August revenue report in the first week of September, labeled as “Udemy for Business”.