University now delivering new courses with Future Learn partnership
We are pleased to announce that the University of Lincoln has started an exciting new partnership with Future Learn, and can now deliver new short courses to a global audience of over 18 millions registered Future Learn users.
Future Learn is an industry-leading provider of flexible bite-sized learning options, with a wide range of over 3,000 courses with 250+ partners worldwide.
The University of Lincoln currently has four courses hosted by Future Learn, with another three coming up soon.
Andy Beggan, Dean of Digital Education said:
“We are always looking at new and innovative ways to deliver courses digitally, and to expand the offer provided by the University of Lincoln.
“This exciting new partnership will help the university connect with Future Learn’s global audience, sharing our expertise and offering new routes for learners to engage with us.
The first seven University of Lincoln Future Learn courses require just three hours study per week and range between two and six weeks long.
Learners can currently study with Lincoln on subjects such as Equality and Diversity, Leadership Skills and Image Analysis for Plant Phenotyping (in partnership with the University of Nottingham).
To find out more about these courses, visit the Future Learn website here: