LOOK: This E-Learning Platform Offers Free Access to 3000+ Online Courses

To encourage more students to learn in-demand career skills via Coursera amidst the pandemic, the online learning platform is offering more than 3,800 free online courses through Coursera for Students. Current undergraduate, graduate, or recently graduated students with a verified college or university e-mail address may access thousands of free online courses that can boost their knowledge and skills in their chosen career paths.

These free online courses are from various fields, such as technology, business, healthcare, engineering, and arts and humanities. These are offered by well-known universities around the world, including Yale University, Princeton University, University of London, HEC Paris, and University of Michigan.

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The online courses include guided projects, specializations, and professional certificates. Guided projects are interactive learning experiences with step-by-step and visual instructions. Specializations are a series of courses to master a specific skill. Professional certificates allow the learners to complete a hands-on project to be job-ready. After completing the course, students will receive a certificate that they can put on their resume or share on their LinkedIn accounts.

According to Coursera’s website, students can enroll in online courses including guided projects, specializations, and professional certificates until July 30, 2020 and access them until September 30, 2020. After September 30, 2020, they can still access the guided projects, but students may need to pay for the or apply financial aid to access the specializations and professional certificates.

Interested students may access this link to know more about Coursera for Students.

If your college or university would like to be a Coursera partner institution, you may ask your administration to apply for Coursera for Campus: https://www.coursera.org/campus

Are you planning to enroll in an online course via Coursera? Which courses are you interested in taking?

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