1 Microcredential

Our online microcredentials are designed to upskill you for work in rapidly-growing industries, without the time and cost commitment of a full degree. They can be used as an independent certification, and some even offer academic credit to use towards a degree. Each microcredential also includes a formal online assessment.

Boost your creativity

Unleash your creative potential

With the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic resulting in people being asked to stay inside and work from home, many of us are looking to learn new creative skills – and FutureLearn has a wide-range of courses designed to let you explore your creativity and how to be creative.

Maybe you’re a film fanatic, who’d always wondered how to write a killer screenplay? The University of East Anglia offers a free creative writing course all about screenwriting, letting you unleash you inner Aaron Sorkin.

Are you a fashionista who’d like to learn the latest from those in the industry? Institut Français de la mode’s ‘Understanding Fashion’ course lets you learn from top designers like Jacquesmus.

Elsewhere, we have courses that embrace the full range of creative pursuits offered by new media. This could be the perfect time to start your own podcast – and the University of Wallongong’s course will show you where to start. If you’re a gamer who’d like to try your hand at a game of your own, Abertay University’s ‘Introduction to Game Programming’ will get you going.

FutureLearn’s courses are designed to be 100% online – meaning you can learn from home, in your own time, fitting it around your job or your family commitments.

Whatever your passion, FutureLearn has you covered. Enrol now, and start expanding your creative horizons.