Coursera is a global online education platform, founded with a vision to provide life-transforming learning experiences to anyone, anywhere. Coursera helps dramatically reduce cost, distance and time barriers to provide more than 22 million registered global learners unprecedented access to the best universities – from Yale and Stanford to the University of London and Sciences Po (Paris Institute of Political Studies). Flexibility and choice are central to all Coursera experiences, and their mobile platform – available on iOS and Android – allows users to learn on their own schedule. Whether at home, work or commuting, learners can complete courses through their mobile devices with features such as course browsing and enrollment, calendar integration, offline viewing, and audio mode that make learning on-the-go easy to fit into a busy lifestyle. Coursera has one of the most robust mobile apps among online learning providers and it is heavily utilized and growing. Forty percent of their learners use mobile to learn and 24 percent interact exclusively on mobile. Our modern world is increasingly driven by mobile; Coursera’s mobile offering uniquely enables successful lifelong learning experiences for not only millennial learners, but provides education in the most accessible way to people across a broad range of geographical, income and education levels. Learn more.
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