Coursera connects you with free online courses from 115+ of the top universities and educational institutions in the world including Stanford, Yale, Princeton and others. Browse our catalog, join courses and watch lectures from the world’s best instructors. Learn anytime, anywhere, in topics ranging from computer science to cooking and beyond.
Take free courses in subjects such as:
Computer Programming, including Java, Android Apps and Python languages
Entrepreneurship, Business, and Leadership
Finance, Accounting, and Economics
Machine Learning and Gamification
Mathematics, including Calculus and Statistics
…and hundreds more.
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Learn from top instructors representing more than 115 partner institutions, including leading US and global universities
Browse over 800 courses in more than 25 subject areas, from mathematics to music to medicine
On-Demand courses, which let you learn at your own pace
Stream lecture videos online any time, or download for offline viewing
Join courses and sign up for upcoming course notifications
Easily pick up where you left off in a course, from the Coursera.org website seamlessly to the mobile app
Verified Certificates, which prove your course accomplishments, can be supplementarily purchased on Coursera.org
Courses in 12 languages including over 500 in English, and over 100 in Chinese, Spanish, Portuguese, French and Russian
Subtitles available in all courses’ native language, with nearly all offering English subtitles, and other languages when available
Some of our most popular courses include:
An Introduction to Interactive Programming in Python (Rice)
An Introduction to Operations Management (UPenn, Wharton School of Business)
Android Programming (University of Maryland and Vanderbilt)
Developing Innovative Ideas for New Companies: The First Step in Entrepreneurship (University of Maryland)
Machine Learning (Stanford)
Model Thinking (University of Michigan)
Inspiring Leadership through Emotional Intelligence (Case Western Reserve)
Introduction to Finance (University of Michigan)
R Programming (Johns Hopkins)
The Data Scientist’s Toolbox (Johns Hopkins)
Think Again: How to Reason and Argue (Duke)
Social Psychology (Wesleyan)
On-Demand allows for ultimate learning flexibility in courses such as:
Age of Jefferson (UVA)
Astrobiology and the Search for Extraterrestrial Life (Edinburgh)
Child Nutrition and Cooking (Stanford)
Chinese for Beginners (Peking University)
Competitive Strategy (LMU)
Introduction to Sustainable Development (Columbia)
Introduction to Public Speaking (Wesleyan)
Calculus One (The University of Ohio)
Get Organized: How to be a Together Teacher (Relay Graduate School of Education)
Successful Negotiation: Essential Strategies and Skills (University of Michigan)
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Coursera user reviews :
When i first downloaded the app it was great and i was about to give it a 5 star review. It updated 2 days ago and I haven’t been able to open the app since. I was really enjoying the courses, everything was so well done and laid out. I feel that i had gained a lot from Coursera and i wish i could keep going. Hopefully a new upgrade will come out soon, although if my classes close before it happens I doubt I will resign up for them.
Chromecast support is great; however, my lessons aren’t being marked as watched when using this feature.
Some of the videos take 3-5 minutes to load and you can’t always see your quizzes at the end of the video. So then you have to switch back to the desktop
Last Update March 6, 2019 :
Fix an issue related to peer reviews
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