UNICEF Free Online Courses 2021 | Enroll Now

Hello. The UNICEF Free Online Courses are Now announced and New Variety of Courses added. There are 276 Free Online courses by UNICEF which is Free of Cost and available in Many Languages. You can enrol at any time from anywhere. These courses are made for kids, students, undergraduates, graduates, and Higher level. You will Receive Certificate from UNICEF Upon Completion of Course. 

UNICEF is a Great Opportunity to get work and learn as the world knows about UNICEF. The Most Demanding. UNICEF also announced UNICEF Internship Program 2021 (Fully Funded). There is No Fixed number of courses as there is a huge list of the courses offered by UNICEF. All UNICEF Online courses available on Agora are free of charge.

For learners, these are good opportunities. We are keeping tracking of other New Opportunities. The Courses are available in more than 6 Languages. The Courses are self-paced meaning that there is No Start and End date you can enrol at any time from anywhere. We will tell you in this post how to enrol.

Details About UNICEF Free Online Courses

  • Sponsored By: UNICEF (United Nations International Children’s Emergency Funds)
  • No. of Courses: 276
  • Learning Mode: Online
  • Certificates: Yes (Free)
  • Deadline: No Deadline (Open)


UNICEF currently presents in 119 countries in worlds.  The UNICEF Online Courses will be available on the Agora Platform. Agora is a Platform used by UNICEF.


  • Agriculture
  • Children and Youth
  • Democracy and Governance
  • Disarmament
  • Education
  • Environment and Climate Change
  • Economic and Social Development
  • Health and Nutrition
  • Human Rights
  • Humanitarian Action
  • International Law and Justice
  • International Trade and Finance
  • Migration and Refugees
  • Natural Resources, Water and Energy
  • Outer Space
  • Peacekeeping and Security
  • Preparedness
  • Population and Demography
  • Response
  • Water, Sanitation & Hygiene (WASH)
  • Women and Gender Issues
  • Nutrition
  • Course Languages

The UNICEF Courses are available in 6 Different Languages:


Find the right opportunities

Agora’s Catalogue helps you find the right learning opportunity amongst hundreds of options. You can search by title, keyword, provider, competency, topic or format.

Interact with other learners

A variety of tools, such as discussion forums, blogs, assignments or wikis help you to interact with other learners whilst providing support for your own learning needs.

Receive certificates and digital badges

Most activities include completion tracking and/or assessments on the basis of which you can receive digital badges and/or certificates of completion which you can then use to advance your career.

Focus Areas of UNICEF Courses

  • Environment and Climate Change (7)
  • Health and Nutrition (14)
  • Human Rights (13)
  • Humanitarian Action (13)
  • International Law and Justice (1)
  • Migration and Refugees (1)
  • Preparedness (4)
  • Population and Demography (14)

UNICEF is not charging any fee from you.

You Must Apply for the UNICEF Internship Program 2021 (Fully Funded)

Eligibility Criteria

  • Any participant from any country can apply
  • All academic fields are available.
  • There is No Age Criteria.
  • There is No Deadline

How to Apply for the UNICEF Courses

You have to Enroll Online. You need to create an account by Signing Up. Note that make an account as a Guest User. Then click on any course and in the sidebar, you will see the Text in Green Color “Join the Activity”.

This will open a New Tab with the Detailed information about the Course, Modules, Course Length, and Course certificate Becomes available when The component Course evaluation is marked complete.

To apply for the courses please visit the Official Website of UNICEF Courses

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