Harvard University in winter

Harvard University is offering free online courses with certificates of completion for all those who are interested to take the courses during the lock-down. 

Harvard is the oldest institution of higher education established in 1636 in Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States.

You can browse paid or free online courses on the Harvard University’s official website   Click here.

The subjects including Computer Science, Social Science, Programming, Humanities, Data Science, Business, Health & Medicine, Mathematics, and Education are available.

Courses like Child Protection: Children’s Rights in Theory and Practice (11 week); CS50 for Lawyers (Computer Science: 10 week); The Health Effects of Climate Change (7 week); Contract Law: From Trust to Promise to Contract (8 week) etc. are available.

The courses will be conducted by the Harvard University faculty, and students also have the option to choose the courses through the difficulty level namely introductory, intermediate and advanced.


Interested students and professionals can enroll for the courses on the official Harvard website. While taking the course is free of cost, those who wish to obtain a verified completion certificate will have to pay around $150 depending on the course taken. Those who wish to take the Harvard University free online courses are advised to go through the official website.