One of the top schools in the UK, ranking eighth in the world in the most recent QS World University Ranking. They offer a wide variety of courses, including:
Anthropology of Social Media: Why We Post: A five-week course on the consequences of social media and a comparative and anthropological approach to social media use around the world.
Citizen Science and Scientific Crowdsourcing: An Introduction: Run by UCL’s department of geography, this course will give you a basic understanding of citizen science and introduce you to the academic literature in this area.
Culture, Health and Wellbeing: An Introduction: This course will help you develop, deliver and evaluate health and wellbeing work within a museum, arts, heritage or cultural organization. It is a great introduction for anyone looking to work in this sector.
MIT is highly regarded as one of the world’s most prestigious universities, ranking first in the world in the most recent QS World University Rankings. Here’s a selection of their online courses:
Number theory I: This graduate-level course will cover a range of topics in algebraic and analytic number theory.
Microeconomic Theory and Public Policy: If you’re interested in learning economics, why not learn from one of the best? This course uses microeconomic theory to analyze public policy. It will teach you the basics of economics and you are free to take the course at your own pace.
Making Books: The Renaissance and Today: For people looking for something a little different, this course explores the impact of new technology on the recording and distribution of words and images during: the invention of the printing press in 1450, the adaption of electricity to communication technology in the 19th century, and digital media today.