As the Covid-19 pandemic puts millions out of job, there is a risk for many schools and companies to make online classes free. Top companies have made
The accounting and consulting firm EY has announced free master’s degree program for all its 284,000 global employees. The UK-based firm has decided to partner with Hult International Business School to provide a chance to employees to earn a fully remote corporate master’s degree in business education.
The course includes curriculum on
The software giant has announced a new online initiative to provide free training for candidates that are looking to acquire digital skills. The skills offered through Microsoft’s program will help the candidates in applying for the in-demand jobs in the post-Covid-19 economy.
The program includes low-cost certifications, which will combine data and learning content from Microsoft and its subsidiaries such as LinkedIn and GitHub.
The online learning platform, Coursera announced 90% of the online classes for free. The students can access the classes for free until September 30th. Current undergraduate, graduate, and recent graduates will gain access to 3,800 classes, 150 guided projects, 400 specialisations, and 11 professional certificates. Students can enroll in programs until July 31st. There is no limit to how many classes students can enroll in.