Job ID 115847
Scholarship Type Fully Funded
Province or State Online
Language Requirement English
Field of Study Several Fields
Language of Instruction English
University of California Free Online Courses 2023-24 with Certificates
Applications are being accepted for the free online courses offered by the University of California in 2023–2024. This is a fantastic chance for students from all around the world who wish to learn online while relaxing at home. The University of California provides 18 distinct, worthwhile, and varied courses absolutely free of charge.
The University of California, Berkeley includes all courses. English-language free online courses are accessible. It is a fantastic approach to get us all connected and settled in our homes throughout the quarantine period. A public research university named UC Berkeley was established in 1868. Berkeley has been ranked as one of the top institutions in the world for education and is one of the University of California’s 10 flagship campuses.
Brief Details About
- University: University of California, Berkeley
- No. of Courses: 50+
- Course Fee: Free of Cost
- Eligible nationality: All Nationalities
- Access mode: Online
- Last Date: No Deadline
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About University of California Online Courses:
Berkeley is also working edX to develop and foster small private online courses AAP around the globe so that most of the students benefit in this time spent indoors during this pandemic. This concept has shaped the UC Berkeley Online Course in 2020. Also, there is a large number of courses to choose from ranging from writing essays to peace building.
Assistance is offered in most of the programs however some courses are simply not eligible. EdX also provides discounts for people who can not afford to buy the certificate by themselves. Edx course is available to anyone.
These small private online courses are designed to supplement and enhance the learning experience of on-campus Students while providing local faculty with an opportunity for more interactive activities and more time to “high-touch” pedagogy.