If you thought an Ivy League education was out of the question (Oh hey, US$43,000 a year tuition fees) - think again. Highly esteemed American university Harvard seems to be on a mission to educate everyone in one of the world's most widely used art forms: photography. That's right, the oldest college in America is offering free online photography diplomas to, well, anyone with a Wi-Fi connection. Neat, huh?

If you want a crash course in digital photography (a vital skill to have in 2017), all you have to do is head to Harvard's online learning portal ALISON to start your 10-15 hour course. With 13 modules to get through, you'll learn how to use a digital camera and be taught about lighting, exposure and software tools. To score a diploma at the end, you need to complete all modules and score at least  80% in each course assessment. And once you're done? You can even print off your diploma at home.

Sounds like the easiest uni course we've ever done. Head to alison.com to get started.

Fancy a FREE photography diploma from Harvard?