10 Educational Websites Offering Free & Low-Cost Online Courses — The Good Trade

Course Topics | Business, Science, Programming, Social Sciences, Languages, Arts & Humanities
Pricing | Individual course (starting at $29/per course); Specialized program (starting at $39/month); degrees (starting at $15K/per)
Certifications Available | Project Management, Entrepreneurship, IT
Our Pick | Modern Art And Ideas

Started in 2012 by two Stanford professors, Coursera believes that everyone should be able to learn anywhere, anytime, and from the world’s top education providers. Since then, it’s reached over 60 million learners and partnered with more than 200 universities to bring all kinds of content to users. Whether you’re looking for a general course, a specific specialization, or a university-recognized degree, Coursera will be your one-stop-shop. Courses range from $29 to $99; specializations in topics like data science or econometrics go up to $39 to $99/month; degrees run up to $25,000 that can be taught over one to three years.

Review | “[Coursera] is a brilliant tool for lifelong learners. The best part about Coursera is the diverse range of subjects and topics available for us to learn and grow. It offers someone like me who has a passion for lifelong learning, an opportunity to keep learning within the confines and comforts of my house. I can get access to some of the best faculties in the world and institutions in the world without moving an inch.” – Nelson T.