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Filmmaking, 3D printing and World War 1: three brand new courses announced

Three brand new free online courses are now live on FutureLearn and ready for you to join, while several previous courses are preparing to run again. Here’s our quick guide to them all.

 

The Business of Film

The Business of Film

You can explore the intriguing world of film production and find out about the complexities of development, distribution and finance, with this six-week course from The Open University.

It’s aimed at people who already have a basic understanding of film production.

Find out more and join the course now – it starts 5 October.

 

World War 1: Lessons and Legacy of the Great War

WW1: Lessons and Legacy of the Great War

We often remember World War 1 as a conflict that was both senseless and ineffective. This six-week course aims to show how this view is untrue.

You’ll discover how the allies won a decisive victory over the Germans, learning with UNSW Australia’s John Connor – one of the country’s leading military historians.

Find out more and join the course now – it starts 9 November.

 

Bioprinting: 3D Printing Body Parts

Bioprinting: 3D Printing Body Parts

This four-week course explores how biomaterials and 3D printing are colliding, to create revolutionary, bioprinted body parts – from hip implants to facial transplants to lab-grown organs.

It’s the first course on FutureLearn from the Australian Institute for Innovative Materials at the University of Wollongong.

Find out more and join the course now – it starts 23 November.

 

Returning courses

Several previous courses will also be returning to FutureLearn in November:

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