Udemy Business is Udemy’s B2B (business to business) learning solution, which features a collection of thousands of courses from the Udemy.com marketplace. This article outlines how instructors who are currently opted in to the Udemy Business program can opt out of the program, or identify courses that do not meet exclusivity requirements for inclusion.
- Learn more about Udemy Business and how to opt into the program.
- Learn more about how instructors are paid for their inclusion in the Udemy Business program.
How to opt out of the Udemy Business Program
If you wish to opt out of the Udemy Business program, navigate to your promotional agreements preferences and remove the checkmark from the Udemy Business Content Subscription opt-in box.
If you currently have content included in the program, Udemy will cease to offer your course(s) as a part of the Udemy Business collection within twelve (12) months of your opting out. This enables us to provide sufficient notice regarding these content updates to Udemy Business customers.
After up to twelve months, your course(s) will no longer be offered to new Udemy Business customers as part of the Udemy Business collection. But, any Udemy Business user who enrolled in your course(s) while they were included in the Udemy Business collection, will continue to have access to the content, for as long as their company remains a paying Udemy Business customer.
For detailed information on terminating your participation in the Udemy Business program, please refer to your promotional agreements page.
Marking individual courses as ineligible
Instructors enrolled in the Udemy Business program can also mark a single course as ineligible for inclusion in the Udemy Business content collection, by filling out the eligibility form found in the course settings. The settings can be accessed by clicking on the gear icon at the top right-hand corner of the course page.
More information regarding Udemy Business exclusivity is available in the Promotions Policy.