600 Free Online Courses Offered By 190 Universities
Because you read this blog you must be interested in and searching for online training. This is your lucky day because below is a recently published lists of free courses offered by universities around the world. These courses are collectively called as MOOCS or Massive Open Online Courses. The lists were assembled by Dhawal Shah.
The idea to open up university education in the form of free online courses was initiated in the USA several years ago. Today over 800 universities in different countries have created about 10,000 of these MOOCs. In the past four months alone, 190 universities have announced 600 such free online courses.
The list is an outstanding source of university education. If you are seriously interested, here is you chance to find the best online training available and mostly free of charge.
Below is the full list of new free online courses. Most of these are completely self-paced, so you can start taking them at your convenience. The course are organised into the following categories:
COMPUTER SCIENCE, MATHEMATICS, PROGRAMMING, DATA SCIENCE, HUMANITIES,
SOCIAL SCIENCES, EDUCATION AND TEACHING, HEALTH AND MEDICINE, BUSINESS,
PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT, ART AND DESIGN, ENGINEERING, SCIENCE
And of course, if you come across some free academic online training not found in this list, please send me the link and I will add to to the benefit of all of us.
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