If you are a Kiron student, you don't have to pay for the courses included in your Kiron curriculum. All courses that you can find in Kiron Campus are for free.
In order to access external providers, such as Coursera for Refugees, you need to have your document verified. Learn more about it here. Make sure you always register to external providers with the same email you have used to register to Kiron. If you have a Kiron email address (@students.kiron.ngo), you will have to use it.
Do you need help registering? Click here.
Some platforms, like Coursera, also let you study courses that are not part of Kiron for free. But you have to make sure that you switch to the ''Kiron'' mode when logging in to Coursera.
If Coursera asks you to pay for courses, this could be for two different reasons:
- You were enrolled in a course but this course was replaced on Kiron Campus. Then you should unenroll and enroll again on Kiron Campus.
- You have recently joined Kiron Campus and you did not submit your document to complete your registration. Before you can use Coursera, we need to accept your document. Click here to upload it.
- You have enrolled on a course directly through Coursera and not through Kiron Campus. If this happened, then please note that all courses included in a Kiron curriculum are free of charge, but not all courses on Coursera are free.