Coursera Skills for Work Scholarship

Your Pathway to Success

Build skills with courses from top universities like Yale, Michigan, Stanford, and leading companies like Google and IBM.



Learn anytime & anywhere

Learn from Coursea at your free time at any places.

6 month

You Can complete your courses in 6 months


You Can complete your courses in 6 months

Courses this scholarship will offer


  • Strategic management
  • Digital marketing and SEO
  • Design thinking and innovation
  • Data visualization
  • Information security


  • Entrepreneurship Foundations
  • Entrepreneurship Finance
  • Design Thinking and Innovation
  • Advanced entrepreneurship
  • Global Strategy
  • Go to Market
  • Brand Management

Application & Web development

  • Agile development
  • Front-End Web development
  • Back-End Web Development
  • Mobile App development
  • Video Game Development
  • UI/UX Design


  • Cloud Architecture
  • Cloud data Analytics
  • Cloud infrastructure
  • Cloud Networking
  • Cloud Security
  • Data Engineering
  • Security in Google
  • Cloud Platform

Artificial intelligence (AI)

  • AI Overview
  • Machine Learning
  • Data Mining
  • Neural Network
  •  Natural Language Processing
  • Computer Vision
  • Tensor Flow 
  • Robotics
  • Deep Learning

Big data

  • Core Data Science – Python
  • Core Data Science – R Programming
  • Data Science Foundation
  • Data Analysis and interpretation
  • Data Visualization
  • Data Mining
  • Data Warehousing & Business Intelligence

Leadership and Influence

  • Leading People and teams
  • Organizational Leadership
  • Inspirational Leadership
  • Storytelling
  • Communicating with influence

problem solving and critical thinking

  • Learning How to Learn
  • Designing and thinking
  • Computational Thinking
  • Creativity and Innovation

Frequently Asked Questions

COL-Coursera Skills for Work Scholarship is an initiative of Commonwealth of Learning (COL) under its Skills for Work program. The Scholarship is aimed at enabling citizens of commonwealth nation acquire skills to gain employment, work, and livelihood.

Skills for Work ,an initiative of Commonwealth of Learning (COL), aims to support the efforts of Commonwealth Member States to disseminate skills required for decent employment and entrepreneurship and pave the way for skilling, reskilling, upskilling and lifelong learning.

Skills for Works takes a two-pronged approach:

  • Through hybrid models that apply open and distance learning techniques, it helps women, girls, youth, people with disabilities, entrepreneurs, and the unemployed at the community level to acquire relevant 21st Century, life and essential skills, and access in-country mentorship support.
  • Through varied partnership models, it enhances ODL capabilities of both TVET institutions and other non-governmental organisations involved in skill development to share and adapt open educational resources; develop capacity in blended teaching/learning practices; scale up outreach efforts; and, respond to the market needs.

Skills for Work believes that the success and the growth of private eLearning providers in both the developed world and in emerging economies contributes to closing the education and skills gap. The model of low-cost, highly convenient, accessible and self-paced, flexible self-learning is a direct answer to the needs of unemployed youth, workers in the informal economy and people with mobility challenges.

Coursera is an online education provider that offers online courses, popularly known as or Massive Open Online Courses, from top universities around the world.These partners include Stanford, Duke, Penn, Princeton, Michigan, Peking, and HEC Paris. Coursera also partners with companies like IBM, Google, and PwC — these companies have also launched courses on Coursera. Currently it has 190 active partners from 48 countries around the world. As well as individual courses and , Coursera offers 400 groups of courses known as , Professional Certificates, and MasterTracks. Some groups of courses can be used as credit towards degrees available through Coursera, but these are not free when used as university credit.
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