Online Ivy League Certifications & Courses
Updated: Jan 26, 2022
So, you couldn’t get into Harvard or Stanford or Columbia and had to complete your education from a tier 2 college in India or the US. Or maybe you did go to a good college here in the US or in India, but you still would like to tick the checkbox in your life of having studied from an Ivy League College.
Well, this Guide will help you do just that.
If you’re itching to gain some extra knowledge, or considering going back to school and want to test the waters first, we’ve sourced up the best online courses (some free and some paid), all offered by six of the top institutions in the U.S.
While the courses are free, a majority (or all) of them would require you to pay a fee (as low as $49 and as high as $200) for a verified certificate.
Below are some of the more sought after courses in some of the top colleges.
Here are all the online courses from Harvard - https://online-learning.harvard.edu/catalog
1. CS50: Introduction to Computer Science - Harvard
2. Statistical Thinking for Data Science and Analytics - Columbia
3. Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency Technologies - Princeton
4. Machine Learning for Data Science and Analytics - Columbia
5. Networks, Crowds and Markets - Cornell
6. Introduction to Corporate Finance - Wharton
7. Introduction to Negotiation - Yale
8. Introduction to Financial Accounting - Wharton
9. Entrepreneurship Specialization - Wharton
10. Brand Management: Aligning Business, Brand and Behaviour – London Business School
11. Social Entrepreneurship Specialization – Copenhagen Business School
12. Business Foundations Specialization - Wharton
13. Statistics and R - Harvard
14. Introduction to Marketing - Wharton
15. Viral Marketing and How to Craft Contagious Content - Wharton
While above are some of the more sought-after certifications with great ratings that we’ve curated for this Guide.
However, we don’t want to leave you with just that.
Below are links to all the courses from varied Ivy league Schools. Hope it helps.
We've come a long way from when studying from Ivy League institutions was possible for only a select few with resources. Technology has come a long way since and today we can not just study from those institutes but actually do that from the comfort of our homes.
The hardest part now is making a decision of where should you go.
Good Luck and All the Best