What is Harari?
Harari College Worldwide is an online, tuition-free, college-level program for high school students from all over the world. By offering a rigorous, research-oriented, global, collegiate, obstacles-free environment that specializes in the humanities and the social sciences, we allow each student to pursue his interests and ambitions until this very end.
Starting in 2011, we have been producing high quality graduates who go out to make an impact on this world. Two phrases, who are also our mottos, guide our work and our students’ future: Learning Without Boundaries (because we believe that students who want to learn should get the best education, regardless of their past and present) and δωρεὰν ἐλάβετε, δωρεὰν δότε (from Matthew 10:8 – “Freely you received, freely give”. We encourage our graduates to use the free knowledge and skills they received from us to create a better world, locally and internationally).
Our school is a year-round school. As such, we teach 42 weeks each year and the examinations are taken during the vacations. We believe that by teaching during the entire year, we are not only able to cover more topics but also to ensure continuous learning and engagement in research.
Is it really free?
All services given by the school, including tuition and internal examinations, are free of charge and free of hidden costs. Our faculty and staff ratify each year their decision to work without payment or any other monetary reward.
However, services provided by other bodies, such as external examination boards, are not covered by the school. These types of services usually include AP/A-Level/SAT/ACT examinations or college applications. The students are responsible for these fees. The school has limited options to help students with financial difficulties, but we encourage students to let us know of such hardships.
Some courses require textbooks that we are not able to provide for our students electronically. Such textbooks are to be bought by the students. The school usually reserves a limited number of cheap, used copies for students to buy.