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Become a Course Mentor FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

How to Become a Course Mentor : FAQ

We’re happy that you’re interested in becoming a Jylek Course Mentor. At Jylek you can teach what you know, or teach what you love, and millions of students are waiting to learn.

Below are the  answers to most frequently asked questions we receive regarding how to become a Course Mentor.

Yes, you are free to choose the topic you wish to teach on Jylek.

There is no fee to be a Mentor on Jylek. Mentor are paid according to a revenue share model. When a student buys your course on our marketplace, Payment of about 50% of course fees before tax as applicable is paid to Mentor and payment will be credited to Mentor by 10th of the following month.

Yes, approval of admin is needed to get started.Please note, in order to create paid courses, you'll need an active Bank account. Before your course is published on our platform it will need to meet our course minimum requirements.

Mentor are paid according to a revenue share model. Payment of about 50% of course fees before tax as applicable is paid to Mentor and payment will be credited to Mentor by 10th of the following month.

A standard Jylek course can be a live or recorded video-based. Teaching tools (like assignments, quizzes, and coding exercises, etc) can be added to create a rich learning experience for students. For certification courses, the percentage of marks can be set for passing the course.

In order to ensure that students have great learning experiences, we also have a Quality Review Process that every course goes through before it is published.

You can teach a course in any language of your choice.

In order to maintain the integrity of our learning community, we do verify your identity before publishing any courses on the site. Mentor are free, however, to use a pen name or pseudonym in their instructor profile. You are not required to display your legal name.

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