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Coursera Free Online Courses 2020: Earlier today, the world’s largest MOOC provider Coursera announced that they are offering 100 free online courses in response to COVID-19. As we noted earlier this week, the coronavirus pandemic has increased interest in online education.
Coursera is an online education provider that offers online courses, popularly known as MOOCs or Massive Open Online Courses, from top universities around the world. Currently it has over 200 partners from 48 countries. These partners include Universities such as Stanford, Duke, Penn, Princeton, Michigan, Peking, and HEC Paris. Coursera has also started partnering with companies like IBM, Google, and PwC — these companies are also launching courses on Coursera.
Coursera is the most popular MOOC provider in the world based on the number of students (over 45 million learners) and has an active catalog of 3,800+ online courses.
As well as these individual courses and 16 online degrees, Coursera offers 400 groups of courses known as Specializations, MasterTracks, and Professional Certificates.
” 90% of Students not getting Interview Calls, because they dont have any Certification courses like coursera. Why Coursera is Important for Everyone, It gives World Class Training from Top Companies and Top Abroad Universities with Valid Certification and it Boost Your resume “
Out of those 100 courses, I discovered using data that 85 previously had paid certificates, but these are now free. The 15 other courses were already free but didn’t offer a certificate. In fact, we had previously discovered 1400+ courses that are completely free on Coursera. Many have certificates that you need to pay for, but access to all the course material, including graded assignments, is free.