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University staff and students can access and complete certified MATLAB online training courses via the University of Cambridge MATLAB Portal and the University Training Booking System.

What is MATLAB?

MATLAB is a high-performance language for technical computing. It integrates computation, visualization, and programming in an easy-to-use environment. 

MATLAB online courses are suitable for academics and students specialising in STEM subjects (Science, Technology, Engineering, Maths).

Key features of MATLAB online training courses include:

  • Interactive and hands-on online assignments
  • Learning at your own pace
  • Receive instant feedback
  • Share progress report and course certificate

MATLAB diagrammes on computer screens Matlab certificate

How to access

Access the dedicated University of Cambridge Matlab portal and start online training 
 

Instructions:

  1. Go to the University of Cambridge MATLAB Portal
  2. Click on: Get Free Access to Online Courses.
  3. Log in or create your MathWorks account using your University email address.
  4. Start your training. You can pause and re-start at any time.
  5. After completing the training, you can download and print a certificate to share on your LinkedIn profile, CV or other learning and development records.
     

Search for courses on the UTBS

MATLAB courses cover:

  • Getting started
  • Core MATLAB
  • Computational Mathematics
  • Data science
To find the appropriate course for you, explore all MATLAB online courses available on the University Training Booking System (UTBS)
 
 
 

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