If you enrol by midnight Friday 28 July 2023, you can save 15% on all courses with our early enrolment sale. Simply view and book your course online and use the code EARLY15 at checkout to get your discount.
Start date: 25 September 2023
Enrolment deadline: 18 September 2023
University of Cambridge Online offers a broad programme of online short courses from the University of Cambridge. Our aim is to deliver premium online learning experiences for professionals who want to advance their careers, connect with a network of peer learners, and gain insight from leaders in the field.
Led by University of Cambridge academics
Learn from thought leaders at the forefront of academic research
Earn an online certificate
Evidence your learning with an online certificate on completion
Flexible learning for the modern professional
Interact with your tutor through a mix of live sessions, discussion forums, email and canvas messaging
Ongoing collaboration with peers
Individual study to challenge and support you in achieving your objectives
Whether you are funding the course yourself or through your employer we offer a range of payment options to make it easier for you to enrol in our courses. These include credit or debit card, instalment plan so you can spread the cost of your course, bank transfer or payment by quote if the course fee is paid by your employer. For more information on payment options view our FAQs .
We understand that selecting the right course is essential to achieving your learning objectives. Whether you need more details about course content, teaching approach, or assessment methods, our experienced enrolment team are on hand to assist you in making the right decision for you.
“From a learning design perspective, we have established an expert team of learning designers. Our learning design framework and the pedagogical approach sets us apart from many other learning experiences available out there which is why University of Cambridge Online is so special. Our professional centred learning approach allows us to create social and applied learning experiences, whilst still ensuring academic rigour is applied.”
Asli Derya: Head of Learning Design