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Ivy League Schools Are Offering Free Courses To Canadians That You Can Try Right Now

Learn the science behind well-being, Python, rhetoric, and more.
Ivy League Schools Are Offering Free Courses To Canadians That You Can Try Right Now

After 11 months of watching reruns on Netflix, recreating TikTok trends, or endless scrolling on Instagram, you might find yourself in the mood for learning. 

Online learning became accessible and cost-friendly pre-pandemic and there's nothing holding you back from getting in some Ivy League quality education today - without Ivy League prices. That's right - you can take courses from all 8 top schools completely free. 

With a wide variety of topics to choose from, you can set your sights on learning well-being, digital marketing, robotics, software development, history and so much more from Ivy League institutions and other reputable schools with sites like Coursera and EdX.

The Science of Well-Being

School: Yale University

Why You Should Enroll: This course is one of Coursera's most popular options, and in a pandemic where our whole world has shifted, learning about well-being and the science behind it is a great way to add to your mental health toolkit.

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Rhetoric: The Art of Persuasive Writing and Public Speaking

School: Harvard University

Why You Should Enroll: In a complex time of vastly differing opinions and trains of thought, learn how to craft a compelling argument and influence civil discourse. Analyze rhetorical structure of famous historic speeches and arguments and figure out how to persuade and influence others.

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Introduction to Engineering and Design

School: Brown University

Why You Should Enroll: Curious about engineering in any field? This at-your-own-pace course provides foundational knowledge of Biomedical, Chemical, Civil, Electrical, Materials, and Mechanical Engineering fields so you can best determine which you want to explore and pursue.

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Introduction to Corporate Finance

School: Columbia University

Why You Should Enroll: If value firms, bonds, and stocks sound like a whole other language to you and you're looking to change that. This intro course is required for all Columbia MBA students, so if you've entertained the idea of getting one, get a head start on the competition.

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Structuring Business Agreements for Success

School: Cornell University

Why You Should Enroll: We use agreements for most things in life - loans, leases, apartment rentals, and more. Learn the behind the scenes of navigating and creating business agreements, whether you're the signee or the creator.

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Global History of Capitalism

School: Princeton University

Why You Should Enroll: Capitalism runs the way we work, the way we play, and the way we live. Explore capitalism through a broad lens, covering topics including labor relations, migration, commodities, consumption, finance, war, imperialism, development, energy, and the environment

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Software Development Fundamentals

School: University of Pennsylvania

Why You Should Enroll: Our lives run on tech - so get in behind the scenes with the introductory computer science course. You could set yourself along a new career path that lends itself easily to high-paying remote jobs.

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