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6 places to learn for free

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16:15 PM | 21 August 2014
by Jim Compton-hall
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Our favourite places where you can learn coding, advertising languages, marketing and much more.

The world is full of places where you can study courses and learn new skills without spending a thing. Here are some of our absolute favourites. Use them to complement your university course, to bolster your qualifications if you chose not to go to uni or simply to satisfy an insatiable lust for learning. 

1. Kahn Academy

Kahn Academy is a great place for some of the more traditional subjects. If you're looking to dive into some interesting science and history topics then this is a good place to start. Khan Academy also has some intriguing lessons from the likes of NASA and the British Museum.

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