Thanks to the digital age!!!
Now, it is no longer a problem for the students, who could never afford the tuition fees, to study from a reputable or even prestigious university. In the US, universities like MIT, Berkeley, and Harvard have offered online courses.
Oxford University has announced its first “massive open online course” or called Mooc. It is going to run economics course partnered with online platform edX, which has nine million registered students and runs more than 900 online courses from universities including Harvard, MIT, Berkeley in the US, Peking in China and Sorbonne in France as well as Edinburgh and Imperial College London in the UK.
Until now Oxford has held out for such programs Appropriately enough, this particular course is a perfect fit for promoting accessibility in places of higher education: it will be taught by Oxford Economics and Public Policy Professor Sir Paul Collier, and will “examine the vital role that governments play in boosting economic development,” according to a statement from the university.