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Gift yourself a new skill set for just $10 with these online courses

Drop some knowledge this holiday season.

 

Marisa Losciale

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Published Nov 25, 2017   Updated May 22, 2021, 10:02 am CDT

Going back to school, whether it be to brush up on the latest innovations in your industry or start fresh all together, is expensive. But it doesn’t have to drain you dry, that is if you’re smart about it anyway. Before striking up some serious student loan debt, try out some online courses. They’re a more affordable option that will help you get to where you’re trying to go without forcing you to break the bank.

Additionally, taking online classes means you get to work from the comfort of your own home and learn at your own pace. So the pressure to jam as much information into your brain as quick as possible is nonexistent. And with sources like Udemy at your side, you can study a wide array of subjects. From learning how to code to becoming a master of fine arts and everything in between, you’ll have a brand new skill set (and certificate to prove it) before you know it!

Each Udemy course contains lectures, assignments and real life examples taught by experts to help you prepare for the future. Plus, you can revisit any chapter of any course at anytime, thanks to the lifetime access feature. Which means you can continue to fine tune and master practical skills, like Excel, in years to come.

Best of all Udemy is hosting an extended Black Friday sale on all its courses. From now through Tuesday November 28, all its courses are marked down to just $10. And with over 55,000 courses to choose from, you’ll be able to drop some serious knowledge on friends and family this holiday season.

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*First Published: Nov 25, 2017, 4:00 pm CST