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Free Online Courses
FutureLearn offers a diverse selection of courses from leading universities and cultural institutions from around the world. These are delivered one step at a time, and are accessible on mobile, tablet and desktop, so you can fit learning around your life. Partners Include the Open University.
OpenLearn: The home of free learning from the Open University Courses are either adapted extracts from Open University courses - the same as the ones studied by our students - or complete open courses exclusive to OpenLearn.
OpenLearn Cymru: The home of free learning from the Open University in Wales Offers a suite of resources through the medium of Welsh, useful resources about Wales and other about subjects useful to vocational learners in Wales.
|Business, Management and Law||How to sustain a start-up (Open University)
Advertising in a global context (Open University)
Innovation in the UK: Good, but not enough? (Open University)
Managing large projects and measuring sustainability (Open University)
|Chemistry, Biology and Engineering||Evan Davis: Engineering the future (Open University)
|Computing and IT|
|Employment, Work-Search Skills||
Climbing the Ladder (Open University)
Chinese at the tip of your tongue: A glimpse of Chinese (Open University)
|Natural Sciences and the Environment|
Free OpenLearn Skills courses ranging from 'Learning to learn' to 'Key skill assessment' and 'Essay and report writing skills'.
Free OpenLearn Cymru Skills courses which includes 'Refresh your study skills' and 'The importance of interpersonal skills'.
Get started with online learning (Future Learn with the Open University)
|Sport Science and Outdoor Activities||Sport and Emotional Expression: Ain't no mountain high enough - Mountaineers' great (emotional)expectations
(Dr Tim Woodman, Bangor University)
Sport and Emotional Expression: Performance pressure is like chocolate - Some people can devour as much as they want without any negatives whilst others suffer (Dr Gavin Lawrence, Bangor University)