University's free online courses
A university is to begin offering free online courses to rival those by top American universities.
The University of Exeter is among six UK institutions, all charging fees of £9,000 a year for undergraduate degrees, to back the FutureLearn venture.
"These are the first free electronic courses to be offered by British universities and I think they will end up being hugely popular," said chief executive Simon Nelson.
Students will be given remote access to tutorials featuring high-profile lecturers and will be able to browse treasures held by the British Museum and British Library.
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