TSoM Students to Gain Access to Coursera Certificates

Until Sunday 31 May, students at Toronto School of Management (TSoM) will have the opportunity to access over 3,000 complimentary certificates from Coursera.

Coursera is a leading online learning platform, reaching 53 million people and 2,300 businesses around the world. On Coursera, students can find online courses, specializations, certificates and degrees from 200 world-class universities and companies.

Every course is taught by top instructors from some of the best education and business organizations such as Yale University, University of Pennsylvania, Google, IBM, and more. Working with Coursera, TSoM aims to offer its students a chance to advance their development so they stand out in the job market. 

They will have access to hundreds of free courses with on-demand video lectures, homework exercises, and community discussion forums. Upon completion of the course the students will get a chance to receive a shareable certificate of completion  

The topics of the courses range from art and humanities to business, computer science and professional development. Eugene Demchuk, Associate Director of Academics and Student Services at TSoM, said: “These are challenging times for students, who see their studies and future careers uncertain. With this initiative, we look forward to giving them additional resources to perfect their studies, gaining knowledge and experience that will enhance their professional profile in the future.”