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Open online learning gives you access to free online courses that are open to everyone. You'll be taught by our leading academics and become part of a worldwide community of learners.
We're pleased to offer our collection of free open online courses through FutureLearn. They're one of the world's largest sites for MOOCs, and they offer a diverse selection of courses.
We've partnered with FutureLearn to give you an enjoyable social learning experience. You'll learn alongside students from around the world on a platform that lets you discuss course content, make fresh discoveries and develop new ideas.
By partnering with FutureLearn, we can provide lifelong learning opportunities to everyone, anywhere in the world.
24 July 2017 27 November 2017
Understand the importance of value-driven process thinking in today's dynamic business environment.
29 May 2017 21 August 2017 13 November 2017
How can you tap into social media conversations, and discover what’s being said about the things that matter to you?
28 August 2017
The Fundamentals of Business Process Management (BPM) program introduces the fundamental principles, techniques and tools for actively managing business processes. Process identification and discovery is the first of a series of three courses in the program.
2 October 2017
Process analysis and redesign is the second of three courses in the Fundamentals of Business Process Management program. This course covers the third and fourth phases of the BPM lifecycle: analysis and redesign.
6 November 2017
Process implementation and monitoring is the third of a series of three courses in the program Fundamentals of Business Process Management. This course covers the fifth and sixth phases of the BPM lifecycle: implementation and monitoring.
1 May 2017
Robots are increasingly being applied to an array of areas in society from mechanisation to exploration. Learn how robotics are helping to solve key issues facing society today from food production to transport, population aging to environment change.
8 May 2017
Get a practical insight into big data analytics, and popular tools and frameworks for collecting, storing, managing and analysing data.
5 June 2017
Robots are our future and we need people who understand how to get them moving. As part of our Introducing Robotics program, this course dives into the principle of kinematics, allowing you to understand robot motion and join control.
12 June 2017
Learn how to apply selected statistical and machine learning techniques and tools to analyse big data.
10 July 2017
Take your learning to the next level and and actually design, build and program a simple robot arm. This is real-world learning opening up real-world opportunities.
17 July 2017
Learn how to apply selected mathematical modelling methods to analyse big data in this free online course.
21 August 2017
Data visualisation is vital in bridging the gap between data and decisions. Discover the methods, tools and processes involved.
What is vision? Learn the basics of human and robot vision, the concept of perspective and the constituent parts of an image.
How do computers process images? Learn about image processing and image features, and how robots can be programmed to see.
13 November 2017
How does my robot see? Get involved in a vision project by writing the code for a complete vision system.
Date to be confirmed. Register your interest.
Collecting big data is just the first step. Once you have it, how do you make sense of it? This course will show you how predictive analytics tools can help you gain information, knowledge and insights from big data.
Building a satisfying career is a lifelong process. Explore what you really want for your future and what opportunities are available to you.
Students enrolled in our open online courses since 2015.
My favourite part of the course was the engaging material showing different aspects of the subject, the very engaging teachers (especially their videos and the video where they replied to our questions), the hands on exercises and discussions with fellow student.
I found watching the videos gave a spot on explanation of the different steps of BPM. The opportunity to express your views/opinions and to have "ahaa" moments while reading comments and watching the videos as well as the ability/identification to link your current day to day tasks to what is being explained we my favourite parts of the course.
My favourite part of the course was the application of the mathematical modelling techniques to real-life scenarios e.g. ranking of websites. They could be deployed for use to solve many problems facing humanity.
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