Learning in 2024: UPOU Opens 24 Free Online Courses to the Public

UPOU Free Online Courses
Jumpstart Your Learning in 2024: Enroll in UPOU’s 24 Free Online Courses Now. Photos from the UPOU social media.

The University of the Philippines Open University (UPOU) has launched 24 free online courses for 2024, creating excitement for learners across the globe. This initiative, part of UPOU’s commitment to accessible education, starts with the “Basics of Resilience” course this January.

The UPOU Massive Open Distance eLearning Massive Open Online Courses (UPOU MODeL MOOCs) encompass a wide range of subjects, including business analytics, digital office, gender sensitivity, video production, education technology, social entrepreneurship, and open and distance learning.

Here is the full list of free courses available:

The courses are self-paced, free of charge, and culminate in an e-certificate, contributing 16 hours of training to the learner’s resume.

Highlighting the practicality of these courses, the “Basics of Resilience”, running from January 15 to February 14, aims to enhance disaster risk reduction and management skills.

Enrolling in these courses is straightforward. Existing MODeL account holders can self-enroll through the UPOU website. New users need to register at https://url.upou.edu.ph/upoumodel-signup, receive login credentials, and then choose their preferred courses.

The UPOU, a pioneer in online education in the Philippines, continues to expand its offerings, following the success of its 23 free courses last year and its Bridge English and Mathematics programs.

Don’t miss this chance to enhance your skills and knowledge for free. Visit the UPOU website, enroll in your chosen courses, and embark on a journey of learning and growth. Share this opportunity with friends and family, and let’s spread the word about accessible education for all!

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