Get an Ivy League Education, Online, for Free. Is This a Prank?

Posted by on Sep 25, 2013

Get an Ivy League Education, Online, for Free. Is This a Prank?

Students, farmers, retailers and corporate bosses have been heavily united by the reliance on this one impossible tool: the internet. We’ve helped students deal with the oddities, failures and obstacles of online classes, and watched as course-loads changed and requirements grew.

Something I never expected to see? Free education from Ivy league schools.

29 universities are participating in online, non-profit mass online course-taking symposiums. Not just any school either. Schools that, not even a DECADE ago, had white-collar parents desperately bribing board members just to get their teens an interview for admission. Is the quality the same as in-person courses? No clue – but considering what they used to charge for their “pieces of paper,” it could be worth looking into.

Here are the top, FREE programs to receive an education from the so-called “exclusive” institutions. You can audit a course, or take the course to receive a certificate. If you don’t have time for the work, as usual, we can do it for you to make sure you get the credit, so that you can truly secure your future.

EdX: the emphasis is on science and math, but there are many obscure English, Ethics and Philosophy courses worth looking at if that’s not your interest. Berkeley’s Artificial Intelligence course may not be as boring as you think, but hey, it’s FREE so you can try any Ivy league course you want.

  • Harvard
  • MIT
  • UC Berkeley
  • Georgetown
  • Cornell
  • Berklee College of Music
  • University of Kyoto

Coursera: apparently this service links you DIRECTLY to recruiters once you’ve completed certificates. That’s what they say, anyway.

  • Stanford
  • Princeton
  • University of Pennsylvania
  • University of Michigan
  • Yale
  • Duke
  • Wisconsin
  • University of Chicago
  • University of Edinburgh
  • Ecole Polytechnique (France)

Udacity: Intro courses include typical requirements (Psych, Physics) to “How to Build a Startup” and “Mobile Web Development”. Oh, and what about “Applied Cryptography”?

  • Stanford
  • UVA
  • UPenn

Go to the websites to find out specific course offerings. Let us know what you take, and as you know, Online Class Help is always here to make sure your time isn’t wasted, your grades are high, and your degree or certificate arrives on time.

1 Comment

  1. Wow! I can’t believe those institutions are offering education for free! Is it worth it?

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