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Ten Most Popular MOOCs Starting in June 2019

The ten most popular free online university courses and MOOCS starting in June 2019.

Here are the ten most popular new MOOCs starting in June, based on Class Central users’ activity.

Machine Learning with Python: from Linear Models to Deep Learning
Massachusetts Institute of Technology via edX
An in-depth introduction to the field of machine learning, from linear models to deep learning and reinforcement learning, through hands-on Python projects. — Course 4 of 4 in the MITx MicroMasters program in Statistics and Data Science.

Unlocking Investment and Finance in Emerging Markets and Developing Economies (EMDEs)
The World Bank via edX
This free online course assesses global efforts and innovations by international investors, multilateral development banks and policymakers to unlock massive investment opportunities in EMDEs, while also tackling some of the world’s most pressing development challenges of our time.

Electricity and Magnetism: Maxwell’s Equations
Massachusetts Institute of Technology via edX
In this final part of 8.02, we will cover Faraday’s Law, Circuits with Inductors, Maxwell’s equations, and electromagnetic radiation. This introductory Electromagnetism physics course will require the use of calculus.

Improving Your Study Techniques
University of Groningen via FutureLearn
Improve your study skills and get better results by learning to use the ‘three-step study model’.

Digital Media Analytics: Using ‘Listening Data’
Purdue University via FutureLearn
Explore different social listening tools and discover advanced social media analytics.

Estrategias y estilos de negociación
Tecnológico de Monterrey via edX
Aprende los diferentes  estilos y estrategias de negociación en función de los resultados esperados y su impacto en la relación entre las partes involucradas.

Conversational English Skills
Tsinghua University via Coursera
Do you want to communicate with English speakers fluently? Welcome to our course. The course consists of 6 units with different topics: meeting new people, the people in your life, eating in and eating out, the reason to learn English, good times and bad times, and hobbies.

Extreme Geological Events
Cardiff University via FutureLearn
Explore how extreme geological events have shaped Earth and what challenges future events might pose to our planet.

Dermatology: Trip to skin
Novosibirsk State University via Coursera
You will learn about the structure and functions of your skin, how does it change and interact with the environment. In our course, we will talk about different skin diseases, as well as how to treat them.

Foundations of Data Science: K-Means Clustering in Python
University of London International Programmes via Coursera
Organisations all around the world are using data to predict behaviours and extract valuable real-world insights to inform decisions. Managing and analysing big data has become an essential part of modern finance, retail, marketing, social science, development and research, medicine and government.

Computer Vision Basics
University at Buffalo via Coursera
By the end of this course, learners will understand what computer vision is, as well as its mission of making computers see and interpret the world as humans do, by learning core concepts of the field and receiving an introduction to human vision capabilities.

We compile this list based on how many Class Central users have added a particular course to MOOC Tracker, our +Add button (courses have been added more than seven million times to MOOC Tracker). Courses that have been offered before are not included in this list.

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Dhawal Shah

Dhawal is the CEO of Class Central, the most popular search engine and review site for online courses and MOOCs. He has completed over a dozen MOOCs and has written over 200 articles about the MOOC space, including contributions to TechCrunch, EdSurge, Quartz, and VentureBeat.

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