Online learning hub

The Financial Times online learning hub will help you choose the best degree, short course or Mooc

Teaching revolution gathers pace

Massive open online courses are beginning to transform distance and campus learning

FT Online MBA 2014

Investigate the FT’s inaugural ranking of online MBA degrees
Find out how the ranking is compiled
– Laurent Ortmans
Alumni find online MBAs worthwhile
– Laurent Ortmans
Ask the Expert

Q&A - Online learning 2014

Read the advice from our experts, including the new dean of the Kenan-Flagler school at the University of North Carolina

ACCA to recognise qualifying Moocs

Students will gain exemption from ACCA modules

Guy Pfeffermann

Soapbox: Mobile learning revolution helps empower Africa

Driving economic growth through education

Brenda Phiri with husband Musongo and daughters Nkwanjiwa (left) and Ngambo

Quality helps students go the distance

A new world beckons online for those not able to attend class

Things I wish I had known

Online programmes score badly on networking, internships and recruitment

Illustration of virtuality by James Ferguson
©James Ferguson

Schools map out their virtual worlds

Students offered an immersive environment

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Barney Thompson
©Dave Parry

Moocs: Learning becomes a joy again

Massive open online courses are an intellectual treat for some, but a heavy workload for others

Mooc Tracker

A round-up of free online business and management courses

Soapbox experts

Moocs: Accreditation will be key to their success

Business needs assurance that managers are achieving knowledge

Moocs: Welcome to the brave new world

Authenticating work is the next big task

Moocs: Universities protect their brands

Concern for their reputation for rigour and quality has seen top institutions proceed with care

Moocs: Young students from developing countries still in the minority

Free courses yet to realise democratic vision as most participants remain university graduates

Learning to network in interactive academia

Developing online contacts can be very difficult for students who rarely meet