Hello Scott,

Whether you want to develop a new skill, discover a new passion or pursue a new career in 2016, take your first step with FutureLearn.
Here are just a few of the things you could be this year with the help of a free online course…
Nutritionist
Understand the science of nutrition and the link between diet and wellbeing. Live a healthy lifestyle with advice from nutritionists and medics.
Entrepreneur
Teacher
Medic
Understand hot topics like genomics and antibiotic resistance. Explore the science behind liver transplant, influenza or more healthcare topics.
Linguist
Improve your English language skills through Shakespeare. Get an introduction to Dutch, or study the culture and language of eight countries.
Writer
Write your first novel or develop your first screenplay. Learn from great works like Robert Burns's poems and songs, or Shakespeare's Othello.
Manager
Want to climb the career ladder in 2016? Develop your cultural intelligence or digital leadership skills, and improve your job prospects.
Technologist
Examine tech trends like cyber security, robotics or the Internet of Things. Find out how innovation will create smart cities and sustainable supply chains.
Filmmaker
Go behind the scenes of a feature film, or develop specialist skills like animation, production and visual effects. Learn how to get into filmmaking.
Historian
Explore English history, Irish history or your own family history. Examine conflicts such as World War 1 and the Cold War.
Find the course for you

Join forces with friends and family

Joining forces with friends and family is one of the best ways to stick to your New Year's resolutions.
So if you're planning to learn something new in 2016, invite people who you know to join you.
Simply forward this email to colleagues, friends or family, or share FutureLearn with them via Facebook or Twitter.

Happy learning,
Lily and the FutureLearn team
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