If a full degree isn’t what you are looking for, sign up for one of our free short courses, known as Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs).
Our MOOCs are hosted on FutureLearn. FutureLearn offers a diverse range of courses from leading universities and cultural institutions from around the world.
Inside Opera: Why Does it Matter?
Discover the hidden world of opera, find out how it works and debate whether it’s still relevant today.
Shakespeare: Print and performance
As part of Shakespeare400, learn about Shakespeare in print and performance around the world, from early modern times to today.
Understanding drugs and addiction
How do addictions develop? How are they best treated and prevented? Explore these key questions with this free online course.
Caring for people with psychosis and schizophrenia
Explore the key issues related to caring for a relative with psychosis or schizophrenia, with this short, free online course.
Medicines adherence: Supporting patients with their treatment
How can healthcare professionals help patients to improve their health through medicines adherence?
Medicines adherence: Understanding and changing patient behaviour
Initiate and support behaviour change in patients with medicines adherence problems (not taking medication as prescribed).
Causes of war
What causes armed conflict in the world today? Examine current thinking on this critical question with this free online course.
The Internet of Things
Learn how IoT works, and how to create a successful product or company using it, with this free online course.
Preparing for an international health elective
This course is primarily for those currently studying in medical or healthcare disciplines, and who are considering undertaking an International Health Elective as part of their training.
Supporting people living with long-term conditions
Explore how healthcare professionals work in partnership with people with long-term conditions in this free online course.
Integrating care: Depression, anxiety and physical illness
Understand the connection between physical and mental health and improve your ability to identify symptoms and sources of help.