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Massive open online courses – or Moocs – are web-based classes that offer students self-paced learning in their subject of choice. Recently-listed free courses, on aspects of business, in our interactive directory include:
|- Business Models for Social Impact||- Contract Management: Building Relationships in Business|
|- Data Science and Machine Learning Essentials||- Data to Insight: An Introduction to Data Analysis|
|- Digital Marketing: Challenges and Insights||- Developing Cultural Intelligence for Leadership|
|- Essentials of Nonprofit Strategy||- Financial Modeling for the Social Sector|
|- English at Work in Asia: Job Applications, CVs and Cover Letters||- English at Work in Asia: Preparing for a Job Interview|
|- Foundations of Development Policy ...||- Fundamentals of Project Planning and Management|
|- Fundraising: How to Connect with Donors||- How to Scale Social Impact|
|- Idea Generation Methods||- Inclusive Leadership Training: Maximizing Work-Life ...|
|- Intercultural Communication||- International Marketing in Asia|
|- Internet Giants: The Law and Economics of Media Platforms||- Introduction to Actuarial Science|
|- Introduction to Management Information Systems (MIS) ...||- Lean Startup Principles for Social Impact|
|- Learn to Code for Data Analysis||- Making Sense Of Social Impact ...|
|- Microsoft - Developing International Software||- Musician as a Startup|
|- Pricing Options with Mathematical Models||- Power Up: English for the Energy Transition|
|- Regions, EU Institutions and Policy-Making||- Social Entrepreneurship 101: Discovering Your Passion...|
|- Take Your Medicine: How to Be a Savvy Consumer||- The Science of Everyday Thinking|
Although Moocs are non-degree programmes, the content of many of these courses is often similar to that of a university-level programme. Some Mooc platforms, including Coursera and edX, partner with top universities to offer courses.
You can sort the table by clicking on the column headings such as “Subject”, “Course name”, “School/ Organisation”, “Start date”, “Duration in weeks”, “Platform” and “Certificate”.
To view a course description, click on the “i” button on the right. To go to the course website, click on the name of the Mooc.
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