A Big List of 875 Free Courses From Top Universities: 27,000 Hours of Audio/Video Lectures


In recent months, we’ve enhanced what’s now a list of 875  Free Online Cours­es from top uni­ver­si­ties. Here’s the low­down: Our big list of free cours­es lets you down­load audio & video lec­tures from schools like Stan­ford, Yale, MIT, Oxford, Har­vard and UC Berke­ley. Gen­er­al­ly, the cours­es can be accessed via YouTube, iTunes or uni­ver­si­ty web sites. Right now you’ll find 100 free phi­los­o­phy cours­es, 67 free his­to­ry cours­es, 90 free com­put­er sci­ence cours­es, and 47 free Physics cours­es on the list, and that’s just begin­ning to scratch the sur­face. Indeed you can also find sec­tions cov­er­ing Astron­o­my, Biol­o­gy, Busi­ness, Chem­istry, Eco­nom­ics, Engi­neer­ing, Lit­er­a­ture, Math, Polit­i­cal Sci­ence, Psy­chol­o­gy and Reli­gion. If you want to ball­park it, there are about 27,000 hours of free audio & video lec­tures here. And if you spend 8 hours per day enrich­ing your­self, you can keep your­self busy for the next 10 years. At no cost.

Here are some high­lights from the com­plete list of free online cours­es. (As you’ll see, there are a cou­ple of vin­tage cours­es by Richard Feyn­man and Allen Gins­berg, added for good mea­sure.)

Again, the com­plete list of Free Online Cours­es is here.

Relat­ed Con­tent:

550 Free Audio Books: Down­load Great Books for Free

635 Free Movies Online: Great Clas­sics, Indies, Noir, West­erns, etc.

Learn 46 Lan­guages Online for Free: Span­ish, Chi­nese, Eng­lish & More

500 Free eBooks: Down­load Great Books for Free

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