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Frequently Asked Questions
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No. All degrees offered on Coursera are composed of credit-bearing courses and require payment for access, as well as completion of an admissions application in some cases. However, most of the degree programs offer degree courses that you can try for free. These opportunities can help you decide if the degree is right for you. No application is required to get started on these courses.
No. Many non-U.S. citizens qualify for federal student aid. The most common category of eligible noncitizen is that of permanent resident (someone with a “green card”), but there are other categories as well please visit the Federal Student Aid website for more information. We also recommend non-U.S. students check with the institution’s financial aid office regarding other types of financial.
Yes. If you are a U.S. citizen or permanent resident, you may qualify for federal student aid. Please refer to the Federal Student Aid website for more information and to complete your free application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The FAFSA opens January 1.
No. Students pay directly to the universities after being accepted into the program.
Most degree programs offer pay as you go. You won’t be billed up front for the whole degree. Instead, you’ll pay as you go – each term you’ll pay tuition just for the courses you are enrolled in.
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