Take A Free Microsoft Course And Get A Certificate.
A lot of educational institutions had to close down due to the outbreak of the deadly Coronavirus. But this is not the case the online educational platform. From anywhere in the world, you have access to learning materials at the comfort of your home with online courses.
Several prominent educational institutions are offering free online courses to anyone who wants to build their skills.
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Microsoft is inviting applicants to apply for the Microsoft Free Online Courses 2020.
There is no application fees charged and at the end of the course, you will get a verified certificate with 90% discount. Anyone from any country is invited to apply.
Microsoft Free Online Courses Details
Host Company: Microsoft
Qualified Countries: All countries
No. Of Courses: Over 3000
Deadline: No deadline
About The Microsoft Course
The courses will be taught by experts from Microsoft. After the course, students will be expected to pay a small fees with a discount of 90% for a verified certificate.
The partnership is between Microsoft and Edx.
Below are some of the free courses offered:
- System Center
- Office 365
- Dynamics 365
- Windows Server
- Exchange Server
- Skype for Business
- Microsoft Azure
- SQL Server
- Visual Studio
- Microsoft 365
How To Apply For Microsoft Course And Get A Certificate
Visit the link: Microsoft Free Online Courses 2020
Benefits of The Certificate
Candidates will be able to add the certificate to their CV
Take Note: With the Microsoft Free certification course, you do not need any educational background to apply — and there is also no age restriction for application.
Though Universities are there to provide formal education and Computer related programs for individuals, the online aspect of learning with the help of the internet is another innovation and Microsoft’s collaboration with Edx will help individuals interested in technology — to learn anything about Microsoft and earn a free professional certificate.
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