10 Coursera Courses for Free with Graded Assigments

Coursera is one of the leading online learning platforms started by Andrew Ng and his team at Stanford University with his popular Machine Learning course.

Coursera’s core mission remains to provide access to the world’s best learning experience to anyone, anywhere,” and “to offer a completely free experience for learners who simply want to explore course videos, discussions and ungraded assignments.

The pandemic has further demystified virtual and accessible learning, hence the need for every one of us to adopt it more going forward.

During the lockdown, Coursera gave open access to University and College students while partnering with government bodies, institutions and organizations to make learning accessible to many of us at home.

The Coursera for students and college students is now one free course per year with unlimited guided projects.

But, there are still a number of Coursera courses with graded assignments (but without certificates).

You can enrol for free, access all of the course materials including graded assignments and decide to upgrade for a certificate later.

The following list links directly to the course homepage to enroll.

1. Andrew Ng’s Stanford University Machine Learning

2. The Hong Kong University Information Sytems Auditing, Controls and

3. Princeton’s Algorithm Part I

4. UC San Diego’s Learning How to Learn

5. Imperial College’s Creative Thinking Techniques and Tools

6. Utrecht University’s Professionalism in an Era of Change

7. Osmosis University’s Covid-19 – What You Need to Know

8. Duke’s University Challenges of Global Health

9. Ecole Polytechnic’s Introduction to Household Water System and Safe Storage

10. University of Michigan’s Hearing Loss in Children

Published by peacelovingahmed

Olawale Ahmed Alamu, the Curator on this site is a final year undergrad of Computer Sciences at the University of Lagos, Nigeria. He's a curious learner and a lover of words, numbers and codes, which are the next basic building blocks of life after cells, atoms, bits and neurons. He plays with words and enjoys recreational mathematics while coding in his favorite programming language – Python. He has composed over 100 Puns and love reading about Prime numbers.

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