The global price tier matrix includes the minimum and maximum list prices supported on Udemy, and also outlines the price points in each currency Udemy supports.
List vs. base price
Instructors set a base price for each course, which is used as the course's list price for instructors who are not opted into the Udemy Deals Program. For instructors who opt in to the Udemy Deals Program, Udemy will generate and display a market-specific list price that is different from the base price (except in Japan).
Instructions on how instructors can set or change the base price of their courses are available in this article.
The global price matrix
When instructors set their course base price in a given currency, they’re setting the base price at a particular tier. The list price that students will see in other currencies is calculated using the price tier matrix, based on the tier that it corresponds with.
- The price points on the tier matrix are not calculated using only strict currency conversions. Since Udemy is a global marketplace, the prices are also based on market conditions in different countries and will be adjusted regularly.
- Charm pricing options, where the price is set and displayed as ending in “.99”, are available in the following currencies: USD, SGD, AUD, TRY, GBP, BR, ILS, EUR, CAD and PLN.
Please note: courses that you charge for on Udemy cannot be offered for free off of Udemy (e.g. YouTube, your own site, other sites).