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Whether it’s to increase your skills or to learn a little more, these are the ten YouTube channels that will come in handy in the coming semesters.


What student hasn’t found himself not understanding a certain subject and searching for a YouTube video that could explain it all in five minutes in the middle of the night? That’s right. We have gathered ten channels that will help you with everything you need.

  1. CrashCourse

This channel makes high-quality educational videos, such as short courses on a wide variety of subjects, including organic chemistry, literature, world history, biology, philosophy, drama, and ecology.

  1. Practical Engineering

Created by civil engineer Grady Hillhouse, this channel is all about infrastructure and the man-made world around us.

  1. Y Combinator

Features everything related to start-ups.

  1. Talks at Google

Thinkers, influencers and creators talk about their work, their lives and what drives them to shape our world.

  1. Skillshare

Skillshare is an online learning community for creators. “We are on a mission to unlock universal access to learning,” is how the channel defines itself.

  1. Stanford Graduate School of Business

This channel features thought leadership from world-class faculty and renowned guest speakers.

  1. Vsauce

This channel, created by Michael Stevens, features videos on scientific, psychological, mathematical, and philosophical topics, as well as games, technology, and popular culture.

  1. Numberphile

This educational channel features videos that explore topics from a full range of mathematics fields.

  1. Big Think

Big Think is the leading source of educational, accessible, expert-driven content. It was created by Victoria Brown and Peter Hopkins in 2007.

  1. Mark Rober

A former NASA and Apple engineer, Rober’s channel focuses on science lessons through creative and entertaining videos.

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