From big data to dementia: nine brand new courses announced

Nine brand new free online courses are now live on FutureLearn and ready for you to join, while many previous courses are getting ready to run again. Here’s our quick guide to them all.

9 brand new courses

International Franchise Law: the World is Yours

Grow your understanding of the practice and law of international franchising, and the viability of franchising internationally, with this six-week course from UNSW Australia.

Find out more and join the course now – it starts 21 March.

 

Big Data: Parts 1 to 4

This series of four two-week courses from Queensland University of Technology (QUT) will help you understand various aspects of big data, including: decision making, statistical inference and machine learning, mathematical modelling and data visualisation.

Find out more and join the courses now – the first one starts 4 April.

 

Introduction to Process Mining with ProM

Find out more and join the course now – it starts 18 April.

 

Through Engineers’ Eyes: Engineering Mechanics by Experiment, Analysis and Design

Find out more and join the course now – it starts 18 April.

 

Dementia: Understanding and Managing Challenging Behaviour

Find out more and join the course now – it starts 9 May.

 

Supporting People Living with Long-term Conditions

Explore how healthcare professionals can work in partnership with people with long-term conditions in this three-week course from King’s College London.

Find out more and join the course now – it starts 25 July.

 

Returning courses

In addition to the brand new courses above, many previous courses are getting ready to run again in the coming months, including:

Take a look at all of our upcoming courses for more.

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