Caring for Children Moving Alone: Protecting Unaccompanied and Separated Children is a free online course offered by the University of Strathclyde in the United Kingdom. Individuals who work or volunteer on the front lines in areas where migration is common can benefit from this four-week course. Most students will need to spend four hours watching the video lectures and completing the required assignments and readings each week.
International migrations: a global issue is a free online course offered by Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Paris in France. During this seven-week class, students will explore many aspects of migration. Topics featured on the syllabus include: Globalization of migration; Refugees and environmentally displaced persons; Europe; France and international migration flows; Citizenship and migration, borders; and Right to mobility and global governance.
Switzerland in Europe: Money, Migration and Other Difficult Matters is a free online course offered by the University of Basel in Switzerland. During this six-week class, students will learn about the role of Switzerland in the political and legal landscape of Europe. In addition, the course provides information about how issues like taxation and migration are impacted by Switzerland’s unique role in Europe.
Why Do People Migrate? Theories is a free online course offered by the European University Institute. Anyone who is interested in learning more about the causes of migration around the world can benefit from this introductory course. The class lasts for three weeks and involves a time commitment of roughly three hours per week to view online video lectures and complete supplemental assignments.
Why Do People Migrate? Facts is a free online course offered by the European University Institute. Through this introductory class, students will learn key facts about migration that point to reasons why people decide to move from their homes. The class focuses primarily on the migration of refugees from Syria and migrant workers from Central America to illustrate key points.
Migration and Cities is a free online course offered by the European University Institute. This three-week course is intended for individuals who are interested in learning more about why migration to cities occurs and what its impact is, regardless of educational background and work experience. Students should expect to devote three hours of study time to watching the online lectures and completing the related assignments during each week of the class.
Trade, Immigration and Exchange Rates in a Globalized World is a free online course offered by the IE Business School, an international post-secondary institution. The class is intended to be taken as a part of the school’s Globalization, Economic Growth and Stability Specialization, but individuals who are interested in the impact of migration on national and international markets are welcome to enroll in the five-week course on its own.