Coursera is an eLearning platform that offers thousands of courses and degrees from various fields, including computer science, data science, management, marketing, healthcare, and social sciences. The platform provides high-quality education that is accessible on the go through a mobile app, and learners can earn certificates and degrees from top-ranked universities. Coursera offers almost 4000 courses, including certificate courses, professional specializations, and university degrees. The platform partners with over 190 education universities and companies to provide learners with an excellent education. Coursera offers premium plans, including a single learning program, Coursera Plus monthly, and Coursera Plus annual, which provide access to over 7000 courses from 170 companies, certification after course completion, unlimited certificates, and a 14-day money-back guarantee. Coursera also offers a business program that provides world-class training developed by leading universities and companies for business enthusiasts. Learners can download the Coursera app on their smart devices and pay for courses via any master or visa card, Discover, AmEx, JCB, net banking, or Paytm. Coursera offers a free 7-day trial version, and learners can cancel their subscription within the first month. Coursera also offers refunds for specializations and Coursera + if learners cancel the program within 14 days after making the payment. Coursera provides discounts and coupons to its users, and new users can enjoy discounts on their first purchase. Coursera offers free trials for some of its courses, and learners can find different promotional offers on their homepage or by subscribing to their newsletters. Coursera has launched CourseMatch, a machine learning software that helps universities match their courses with those on Coursera and find the most suitable one. Coursera has social media channels, including Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Instagram, where learners can connect and get updates about the platform.