Coursera: Learn new skills

Coursera: Learn new skills

Coursera: Learn new skills

By Coursera

  • Category: Education
  • Release Date: 2013-12-10
  • Current Version: 3.16.0
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 78.66 MB
  • Developer: Coursera
  • Compatibility: iOS 11.0+
Score: 4.83
From 84,937 Ratings


Learn from experts at 200+ world-class universities and companies including Yale, the University of Michigan, Google, IBM, and more. Build skills at every stage of your career with flexible and affordable options. Enroll in free courses, gain in-demand job skills and certificates, or earn a university degree online. Download the app today and transform your life through learning! With the Coursera app, you can: • Advance your career with recognized certificates from world-class universities like Duke, University of London, and Yale, and industry-leaders like Google, IBM, and Facebook. • Master in-demand job skills through applied learning—including Python, digital marketing, and SQL—and learn from top instructors at leading universities and companies. • Learn on your budget by enrolling in any of hundreds of free courses • Learn on your schedule with on-demand online lectures and downloadable videos for offline viewing. • Get academic credentials by completing modular portions of a full degree with MasterTrack™ Certificate program. The Coursera app is free to download. You can enroll in: Single courses from $39-$99 Multi-course Specialization and Professional Certificate subscriptions from $39-$79 per month MasterTrack™ Certificates from $2,000-$5,000 And apply to Degrees ranging from $9,000-$45,000 Prices subject to change. Please check the Coursera app or for more details. Explore content in: · Business: Accounting, Marketing, Finance, and Entrepreneurship · Computer Science: Developing self driving cars, Programming in Python, C++, Java, R, and more · Data Science: Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence, NLP, Deep Learning, Statistics, Probability, and Data · Art: Design, Photography, Music, and Creative Writing · Personal Development: Leadership, Negotiation, and Public Speaking · Sciences: Robotics, Chemistry, Nutrition, and Medicine · …and hundreds more! Recurring payments for multi-course Specializations will occur through your App Store account and will automatically renew unless you cancel your account at least 24 hours before the end of the current subscription. You can manage your subscription, cancel anytime, or turn off auto-renewal by accessing your App Store account. For the full terms of use, visit


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Fine classes but bad charging practices

If you have any charging issues it is vertically impossible to get it resolved. They will send you down endless Q&A forums but if there is a email or phone number, they hide it deep. I would just use YouTube instead if you want to self learn.
By ConnerJolly

Cant access help center - Help!

I really like the Coursera app but there are some bugs and I can’t log in to the help center to report them. When I go to the Coursera website, I login, then tap help center. The help center page opens up and prompts me to login. I’m then taken back to the main page where the loop starts over again. 1) completed quizzes are showing up as overdue 2) when a knowledge check occurs mid lesson, the app gets stuck in a loop. I answer the question correctly, but the same question pops up when I try to restart the lesson. If I X out of the question, it still pops back up. I have to force close the app and re-enter my lesson. I’ll change my rating once I hear from someone about getting access to the help center!
By KatieR316

Slow and often not responding

This app is very slow and many times does not respond to any touch/ select operation.
By Hanhhhhhhhhhhhhh

Best app

It’s the best app to learn for free and it is so better than edXor other free courses
By king of Nepal


One gets the best tools to improve self in terms of knowledge, skills, and attitudes in one’s own comfort. AMAZING INDEED!!!
By Dr. ADRivera

Good for on-the-go but sorely missing a Chromecast support

Love this app during normal times but during the pandemic I'm doing most of my learning on the big screen in the living room. Without Chromecast support I have to bust out my laptop and stream the chrome tab for Coursera. I see they have Apple TV support, so it's a bit disappointing to be missing the other.
By dreamdenizen

Feature Suggestion: Bookmarking

The Coursera app performs smoothly & I can find interesting courses and certificates. It’s allowed me to continue education offline, the courses are fantastic overall, and I’m genuinely thankful that this platform exists 💕 I would love to see a feature where I can bookmark courses and compare them later—at the moment I’m keeping potential certificate’s names in a note app.
By JayEm2005

Coursera is best

The layout of courses on Coursera is user friendly. Compared to some other similar sites, I enjoy using Coursera the most. There are classes you can pay for and those you can audit for free. What a wonderful opportunity. Coursera also hasn’t harassed me to upgrade to the paid course like other sites have.
By thisonestaken

Soothing and informative

I found this class very helpful. The lectures and activities were never too long, so it held my attention well even when I was tired at the end of a long workday. The instructor’s super-soothing delivery and calm presence were also very pleasant, and encouraged me to keep going in the course. My one suggestion for improvement in the future would be to record an additional vignette or two. I really appreciated seeing the videotaped example of Dr.Everly putting the techniques into practice, but I got tired of watching clips of the same interaction over and over. Other than that, I really enjoyed the class and will use it in my work.
By SoCalWalker

Easy to understand

Content is presented in a way that is easy to understand.
By @49th


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