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FutureLearn Public beta to go live on 18 September

Claire Davenport talks about FutureLearn’s go live and explains how you can be one of the first to get access.

With our go-live date just 13 days away, we’re extremely busy making sure everything is ready for our first learners to enrol.

On 18 September, the site will go live and our first course list will be made available online to everyone. Learners from all over the world will have the opportunity to check out and register interest in courses across a whole range of different topics from more than 20 top UK and international universities and enrol for those starting soon. There should be something to interest everyone!

As the FutureLearn site is launching in Beta mode, spaces may be limited for some of the very first courses so, as a thank you for being early supporters of FutureLearn, we are offering our pre-registered learners the opportunity to sign up for their preferred course on 17 September, a day ahead of the public launch.

If you haven’t already, you can register on any time up until 16 September to gain this early access.

Just think, 13 days from now you could be enrolled in one of the first MOOCs on the FutureLearn site!

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Our purpose is to transform access to education.

We offer a diverse selection of courses from leading universities and cultural institutions from around the world. These are delivered one step at a time, and are accessible on mobile, tablet and desktop, so you can fit learning around your life.

We believe learning should be an enjoyable, social experience, so our courses offer the opportunity to discuss what you’re learning with others as you go, helping you make fresh discoveries and form new ideas.
You can unlock new opportunities with unlimited access to hundreds of online short courses for a year by subscribing to our Unlimited package. Build your knowledge with top universities and organisations.

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