Free Education at MIT and How to Get It

Free EducationIf you think money is holding you back from getting a good education, think again. A couple of years ago MIT opened classes to the public. In an age where there’s lots of free useless information, the announcement was met with a big sigh, except from parents who were paying for kids’ tuition.

What You Get

Full access to lectures, homework assignments, quizzes and tests on a breadth of courses inside and outside IT including Java, C#, and management, taught in real time over a semester. You can pace yourself along with the class or take it at your own. 

What You Don’t Get

A grade, individualized instruction, the books, or your parents breathing down your neck to pass. You also don’t have deadlines, so you’re left on your own.

Considering that the average cost of one year of college is 50K, this is a sweet deal.

Visit here for details.

— Dino Londis

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4 Responses to “Free Education at MIT and How to Get It”

March 11, 2010 at 9:18 am, Joe Roberts, psychologist said:

This is certainly a step in the right direction, and will appeal to those interested in getting a serious education without the debt.

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March 11, 2010 at 9:18 am, Joe Roberts, psychologist said:

This is certainly a step in the right direction, and will appeal to those interested in getting a serious education without the debt.

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March 11, 2010 at 9:21 am, Joe Roberts said:

This is wonderful news. It provides an opportunity for
students to keep current in their learning, but without the expense.

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March 11, 2010 at 9:21 am, Joe Roberts said:

This is wonderful news. It provides an opportunity for
students to keep current in their learning, but without the expense.

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