Coursera is a profit ventured educational technology company founded by Stanford university’s computer science professors. It offers massive open online courses (MOOCs). It’s a free online learning tool for registered users. It is available in English, Spanish, French, Chinese, Russian, Turkish, Arabic, Italian, Portuguese, Ukrainian, Hebrew and German. The Headquarters are situated in Mountain View, California. Princeton, Stanford, the university of Michigan and University of Pennsylvania were the first universities to provide content in this platform. This startup initially raised $16 million in series A, then $63 million in series B and $60 million in series C funding with total estimation of $146.1 million in funding to date. Courses offered here last approximately from 4 to 10 weeks. The CEO is Jeff Maggioncalda with 250+ employees. By 2015 Coursera offered 104 on-demand courses. And as of 2017 it offers full Master’s Degrees. It started with Master’s in Innovation and Entrepreneurship and Masters of Accounting and now is moving to offer Master of Computer Science and Master of Business Administration. By February 2017, Coursera has 24 million registered users signed up for its programs and offers more than 2,000 online courses. In 2013, its revenue reached $1million through the sale of verified certificates. In july 2016, Coursera launched an enterprise product called Coursera for Business. According to TechCrunch it opened itself to additional revenues from the lucrative corporate e-learning market, which some suggests to have $12 billion worth in US alone. The subscription costs vary here. And by 2017, the company launched Coursera for Government and Nonprofits. Coursera announced partnerships with the institute for Veterans and Military Families (IVMF) in the United states and entities in many of the different countries. Coursera is almost free but also focus on paid specializations and courses.