Build Career-Ready Skills

More and more, employers are seeking particular skills from applicants.  Whether you're brushing up on a concept from class, or venturing into something entirely new, Brandeis has hundreds of free, online courses for you to learn job-readiness skills.

LinkedIn Learning

LinkedIn Learning (accessible with your Brandeis UNET login) is an online educational platform that helps you discover and develop business, technology-related, and creative skills through expert-led course videos. With more than 5,000 FREE courses and personalized recommendations, you can discover, complete, and track courses related to your field and interests, including: 

Creative Skills Functional Skills Statistics and Analysis Entrepreneurial Skills CoSci Languages And 1000s more!
The Brandeis Library

Our own library also offers FREE trainings on various topics each semester including:

UniversalClass Online Courses

Hiatt has partnered with UniversalClass to offer students FREE access to over 500 self-paced, certificate-granting courses including:

**To enroll in a UniversalClass course please email Jackie Blesso for the Brandeis access code.

Micro-Internships

PAID, remote, project-based employment with companies ranging Fortune 100 to emerging start-ups! Micro-internships let you:

Khan Academy

FREE, world-class education to anyone, anywhere. Use Khan for professional/personal development as well as to learn new skills that can help you in your career.

Personal finance Academic Courses
EdX

Founded by Harvard and MIT, edX is home to more than 20 million learners and offers FREE and fee-based online learning. EdX employs a freemium model in which learners audit classes for free or pay to participate in certificate programs that verify their identities. Explore programs and do your research before participating.

Coursera
At Coursera you can find online courses, specializations, certificates and degrees from 200 world-class universities and companies. FREE and fee-based online learning. Explore programs and do your research before participating