Global learning platform, FutureLearn.com welcomed nine new online courses from eight higher education and industry organisations who first joined the platform between 1st February – 30th April 2022, the third quarter of its financial year. An established leader in the online learning space, FutureLearn partners with over 260 universities, brands and government departments, to transform access to education through online, on-demand courses in a wide range of subjects.
The new courses from organisations including Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft, New Scientist and Kaplan, offer FutureLearn’s 18 million plus global learner community the chance to upskill anywhere and any time, in subject areas such as business management, technology, law and sustainability. There are currently over 1,500 high quality short courses and ExpertTracks live on FutureLearn.com today.
Yvonne Chien, Chief Growth Officer at FutureLearn, said:
“FutureLearn is proud to welcome these organisations to the platform, along with a range of new courses in growing sectors like technology and sustainability that are already engaging thousands of enrolled learners. Our mission is to transform access to education, and we’re excited to work with our ever-growing base of collaborators in order to continue delivering on this mission, helping learners across every corner of the globe find the right upskilling opportunities for their careers.”
These new organisations represent specialist groups and universities in the UK, India, Australia, and more, with debut courses including:
Subscription service to an in-depth series of courses; designed to empower learners with theoretical knowledge and practical skills in high demand professional subject areas
Complex topics turned into accessible and achievable online courses, across a wide variety of subjects
Adam Smith Center
Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts
University of California, Riverside
FutureLearn is a global learning platform with a mission to transform access to education by offering top online courses from the world’s leading universities and brands. From microcredentials and degrees to ExpertTracks and short courses, FutureLearn offers accredited and unaccredited world-class education that is 100% online, on-demand, and social. Founded in 2012 by The Open University, FutureLearn has built a global network of over 18 million learners, hosted over 5,000 online courses, and partnered with more than 250 top universities, leading global brands, and government departments – such as the University of Cambridge, the University of Glasgow, Deakin University, Samsung and Health Education England. The wide-ranging courses available allow learners to expand their interests, unlock highly skilled new career paths, and help change the world.