Here at The Open Univeristy, we want to enable people to change their lives through learning. During the current pandemic we have resources that can help you no matter what your circumstance or background. Whether you need help to find a new job, brush-up on unused skills or acquire new skills, or explore the ways in which you can adapt to the new way of online work and learning.
Learning with the OU isn't just a formal education process, it is a flexible way to fit learning around your life. We have a range of courses covering areas from mental health and wellbeing to how you can manage your money and much more. Below are a range of what we have to offer.
The Open University has partnered with the Department for the Economy to offer a range of free training to help you improve your skills if your employment has been impacted by COVID-19. Develop your digital skills, improve your employability and gain those essential skills in Maths and English.
The Open University has partnered with Invest Northern Ireland to offer a range of free training and learning resources to support business across Northern Ireland. Courses cover leadership and management, entrepreneurial development and a range of digital skills.
View the most popular courses on The Open Univeristy's free learning platform OpenLearn. A great range of short free courses for those who cannot commit to more formal learning
The Open University has joined forces with MoneySavingExpert (MSE) to produce this new free course to give you the skills and knowledge to master your finances.
Learn to recognise the importance of soft skills and how you can improve skills in yourself and your organisation, with free courses from OpenLearn, endorsed by Google.
In this free online course you will find out what online learning is and what it can offer you. You’ll discover the skills required for online study and evaluate your own study skillset.
On this page you will find the latest articles from Open University academics, as well as links to related and supporting content around COVID-19.
We've pulled together some of our top courses and content across a range of subjects, including Maths, English, Literature, Science, Languages and Finance to help you continue learning at home.
It is almost 20 years since The Open University trialled our first fully online course with our students. We are now world leaders in the research and delivery of online education. In this free course, we share the fundamental knowledge needed to deliver effective teaching online.
The constant bad news and panic around coronavirus is unsettling and can have implications on our mental health. Here are some free resources to improve your wellbeing.
Help with all aspects of OU study and being an OU student. Look here before contacting us as you may find the answer you need.
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As an OU student you will have access to a comprehensive range of resources and tools to help you work towards your career goals.
We are continuing to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic to ensure students and staff can study and work safely. This page tells you about the differences you can expect to the usual services and support we provide.
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