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Top 7 Websites for a Free Education

Top 7 Websites for a Free Education

It’s never too late to learn something new. Together, these websites offer free courses on nearly every topic you can think of. Educate yourself on coding, nutrition, business, film, history, and so much more. While some sites do offer premium courses, there’s still plenty to learn for free. Check it out and let us know what you think. 



Codecademy specializes in teaching computer science and programming. Now you can understand data science, game development, how to build websites and more. Learn the basics of HTML, Java, Python, and more with free courses. If you want an advanced understanding, you’ll need to upgrade your membership, but they pay-off may be very well worth it.

Khan Academy 

Probably one of the oldest in the game, Khan Academy offers free courses for math, science, economics, coding, test prep and more. The platform is easy to use and great for all learning levels.  It’s a non-profit that prides themselves in offering free, world-class education to all.


TEDEd uploads engaging videos on topics beyond conventional. You can learn about include psychology, creativity, philosophy, teaching, creativity and more. The videos are short and easy to watch, especially for those who get bored easily. This is a great way to touch-up knowledge or to simply learn something new. And yes, it’s all free.

Open Culture 

Go to college for free with these online courses collected from accredited Universities. Study journalism, language, film, law, media studies and beyond. You’ll see which college provides each lecture and you don’t even have to worry about paying a thing.

MIT Open Courseware

MIT uploads lectures for everyone to see, hassle-free. Some of these uploads are videos, so it’ll feel like you’re actually the class. Of course, MIT is known for their STEM programs but you’ll find topics like fine arts, social studies, health and medicine. Lectures are not limited to undergraduate level, so you’ll find graduate level lectures as well.


EdX offers many free courses for pretty much any subject. Learn to build your own iOS app or educate yourself about the ethics of eating. Again, much of their content are free but can pay to get a certificate of completion or even an online degree. This may be a great option if you are looking to advance your career.


With Coursera, each course is like an interactive textbook  with videos, quizzes and projects. Like Edx, you can get your degree or professional certification at a cost. But, if you only want to view the course content, you can audit courses for free.  

Happy studying everyone!

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