Free - 75 Courses with Certification @ Coursera

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I analyzed these 100 now-free Coursera courses using Class Central's dataset. And I discovered that 85 of the courses offered certificates that you would normally have to pay for. The other 15 courses were already free but didn’t offer a certificate.

None of these 85 courses belong to a Coursera Specialization. And Coursera is only keeping them free until the end of May 2020. Once you checkout, you will have 180 days to earn a certificate.

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  • +2 votes

    Are any of these certificates worth anything?

    • +1 vote

      not really

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      They're good for jobs that require proof such as teaching etc. Also handy for RPL for other courses.

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      All being based in US, I wouldnt think they hold much value here?

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        You checked the exchange rate lately?

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          not $ value, work value.

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            @pharkurnell: LOL I was joking.

            If you had an MBA from Harvard there is value but just not here because we got tall poppy syndrome. We don't like people smarter than us working for us.

            I would say knowledge if you can apply = work value.

            I have same qualification as my colleagues but I am very good at data models which is rare therefore I end up at the top of the stack for most roles I am shortlisted for.

  • +8 votes

    Cannot keep forever as my collection. Pass!

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    Do you have to complete a course by the end of May to get it for free, or do you just have to enrol before the end of May?

  • +3 votes

    i was like damn, pepsi run courses

  • +1 vote

    Disaster Preparedness(classcentral.com) - University of Pittsburgh

    Just sit back and wait for the disaster to be zero, like a miracle.

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    nice thanks for sharing

  • +4 votes

    Epidemics - University of Pittsburgh

    I think everyone gets this certificate automatically in 2020.

  • +8 votes

    Given the state of the world right now, Chinese for Beginners might be our starting point!

    For myself, I've just enrolled in Teamwork Skills - Communicating in Groups. Will be interested to see how it works.

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    Disaster Preparedness(classcentral.com) - University of Pittsburgh
    Disease Clusters(classcentral.com) - Johns Hopkins University
    Disease Screening in Public Health(classcentral.com) - University of Geneva
    Epidemics(classcentral.com) - University of Pittsburgh
    Epidemiology: The Basic Science of Public Health

  • +7 votes

    Can totally confirm these are valuable. For 40 years, I could never land a job, but then after being certified in Sitting Less through the University of Edinburgh, I managed to nail a sweet six-figure salary as a "person who stands up more often than not" professional!

  • +1 vote

    FYI, better learning Korean with Japanese Language together and you'll find them somewhat similar :)

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      thanks for the tip, I just signed up for the Korean course, my girlfriend loves Japanese, we will try to learn together.
      One stone two birds, who knows hahaha

      • +2 votes

        It's all fun and games until she invades you forcefully , but that could be a good thing :D

  • +1 vote

    It's kinda sad seeing people here are more worried about having a piece of paper or a course that will magically give you a high paying job.

    How about just learning something that helps you perform better in day to day personal/work life which will then result in success and happiness?

    • +2 votes

      Who said anything about magically giving you a high paying job?.

      Think most people here realise it'll give opportunities not the instant reward.

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        See above post "Can totally confirm these are valuable. For 40 years, I could never land a job, but then after being certified in Sitting Less through the University of Edinburgh, I managed to nail a sweet six-figure salary as a "person who stands up more often than not" professional!"

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      There are people who do stuff for money, then there are people who do stuff that will lead to more money.

      Usually the former actually don't know that much where as the later actually retain more and better on the field.

      That is why it is better usually to do a field test of middle achieving candidates and they actually perform better than academically gifted individuals.

  • +1 vote

    So if I enroll now, I have 6 months to finish it from today but if i enroll at the end of march, I have 6 months from then?

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    No free courses on agriculture?

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      You live in Australia. You get agriculture and aquaculture by default. Did you not collect it on entry?

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    To be clear, the certifications still cost, though? Each says "Paid Certificate Available"

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    Thanks OP.

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    Who here actually completed a course and got their certificate?

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    Aren't these free all the time?

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