Companies can now ‘build their own university’ with Coursera for Business


Coursera is launching a new initiative called ‘Coursera for Business,’ which allows companies to use the platform for continuing education. Boasting over 1,300 courses in 150 specializations, Coursera has already partnered with BNY Mellon, Boston Consulting Group, L’Oréal and Axis Bank to let employees learn remotely. Those companies can choose which disciplines they want to make available to employees, too. “We believe in learning for all, and our goal is to touch 100% of L’Oréal’s employees every year whether they work in our corporate offices or one of our factories,” said Laurent Reich, L’Oréal’s Governance and Digital Learning Director. “In…

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