Learning doesn't stop when you get your college diploma. Some take further studies and master's degree programs, while others opt to take short courses that specialize on specific interests. All of these, of course, call for a substantial amount of money, which may hold some of us back from achieving advanced education. Fret not because we've got great news! Open Culture released a list of 1,200 free online courses by top universities all over the world that you can take to enrich your knowledge. Here are just some that may spark your interest:


Film and Photography
Introduction to Film Studies
 – Free Online Video – Free Video Download – Aysha Iqbal Viswamohan, IIT Madras

Exposing Digital Photography – Free iTunes Video – Free Online Video & Course Materials –  Dan Armendariz, Harvard


Ancient Philosophy – Free iTunes Audio – Free Online Audio – David Ebrey, UC Berkeley


Advanced Political Economy – Free Online Video – Steven Keen, University of Western Sydney
Energy Decisions, Markets and Policies – Free iTunes Video – Course Info – Richard Schmalensee, MIT
Environmental Economics – Free iTunes Audio – David Zilberman, UC Berkeley


Broadcast Journalism
 – Free iTunes Audio – Lawrie Zion, La Trobe University

Creative Writing: A Master Class – Free iTunes Video – Alison Ersheid
Journalistic Ethics – Free Online Video – Jim Newton, UCLA
Magazine Writing – Free iTunes Video – Nicole Kraft, Ohio State


Nutrition Education for Cancer Prevention
 – Free iTunes Video – Iowa State, Dr. Ruth MacDonald
Speak Italian with Your Mouth Full – Free Online Video – Free iTunes Video – Course Info – Dr. Paola Rebusco, MIT

Wine – Free Online Video – UC Davis


Language Studies
Pathway to Korean: Beginning Spoken Korean from Zero
 – Web Site – The Ohio State University

French 1 & French 2 – Free Web Course – Carnegie Mellon
Chinese Basic – Free Application – Cambridge University


See Open Culture's complete list of free online university courses here. 

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