Future Learn offers a diverse selection of courses from the world's leading universities and cultural institutions. Students can access classes from mobile devices, tablets, and desktop computers. Future Learn's goal is to tailor education to the individual and not the other way around.
For Future Learn, learning should be an enjoyable social experience, so they offer the opportunity to discuss what you're learning with others as you go along, helping you make new discoveries and form new ideas, all in an experience they've called " Social Learning", which emulates for students an interaction such as they could experience in the most recognized social networks.
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Future Learn is a private company created in association with The Open University and The SEEK Group. Open University pioneer with more than 50 years of experience in distance education and online education.
Future Learn offers education in association with partners from all over the world. These include not only the best universities in the United Kingdom and others in different parts of the world, but also institutions with a large archive of cultural and educational material, such as the British Council, the British Library, the British Museum and the National School of Film and Television.
A variety of internationally renowned organizations are also part of its group of partners. From professional bodies like the Association of Certified Public Accountants (ACCA) and the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET), to companies like the BBC and Marks & Spencer, to the UK Government.
Highlights of Future Learn courses
+ 10 million
of students are registered in Future Learn, access hundreds of online courses, undergraduate and postgraduate courses.
The Open University and The SEEK Group, with more than 50 years of experience in distance education and e-Learning.
+ 170 Partners
Prestigious universities from the UK and other parts of the world, leading companies and cultural institutions.
Future Learn's Microcredentials courses use the European Qualification Framework, which allows them to award academic credit, in Europe.