For every business, managing finance is the most crucial aspect, as it helps in analyzing where to invest when to invest, and how to manage the profits. So, every individual who is willing to start a business must have proper knowledge of business and financial management. However, if you are entirely new to this field, then these free Udemy business & finance courses can help you in your quest. You can also look at our curation of Best Business & Finance Courses.
Let’s See Them in Details
1.Useful Excel for Beginners
This course is taught by Dinesh Natarajan Mohan. Over 319,030 students have taken this. It gets 34,742 ratings.
Implemented new formulas in my current worksheet which I’m not aware of. Improved new ways of data visualization. Understanding of why and how excel content is created . If you are picking up coding, I feel excel is a good start. Thank you Indzara! — Abdul Qayyum Bin Mohd Mazlan
2.Excel Quick Start Tutorial: 36 Minutes to Learn the Basics
This course is taught by Jeff Knowlton. Over 104,787 students have taken this. It gets 16,127 ratings.
This is a great match for me. I love the easy access from my pc and the content is easy to follow and understand. I have reviewed other programs and they aren’t comparable on those both aspects. I am grateful for this! I will be sure to recommend this course to people I know! Thank you !!! — Alma Chaidez
3.Excel Pivot Table Basics
This course is taught by Matt Jackman. Over 116,654 students have taken this. It gets 12,287 ratings
I love this course because it has enough exercises to automize the skills you’ve learned which is very rare here. I noticed that other courses I tried lack this and as a result, I just forget the theory I learned if I don’t apply it right away. Thank you so much for the awesome course, Matt — Victoria Vanderpoel
4.Ten Excel Features Every Analyst Should Know
This course is taught by John MacDougall. Over 59,973 students have taken this. It gets 6,897 ratings.
It was good, however, I hit a snag with the video loading. I emailed customer service, haven’t heard back, but logged back on after 2 hrs and it was working again. — Lily Nguyen-Farley
5.Excel for Accountants: Mapping Tables
This course is taught by Jeff Lenning. Over 78,009 students have taken this. It gets 5,708 ratings.
as an accounting graduate who wants to have career as public accountant, this content is great and really helpful! thank you Jeff for sharing such important knowledge! — Wicky Andromeda
6.MS Excel – From 0 to Working Professional in 1 hour
This course is taught by Jason Zhang. Over 56,680 students have taken this. It gets 4,916 ratings.
Really good , this would help us a lot in our day to day work , which would make our work easier and faster and systematic — Prakash B P
7.Best Online Excel Training | Best Shortcuts in 30 mins.
This course is taught by Yoda Learning. Over 63,551 students have taken this. It gets 4,652 ratings.
Thank you so much for this course! I wanted to refresh my Excel skills and this is the perfect course to start with shortcut keys and just get my confidence back. Thank you so much!!! I hope to get more confident with Excel in no time. — Elizabeth Inglis
8.Microsoft Excel – Improve your skills quickly
This course is taught by Phillip Burton. Over 42,813 students have taken this. It gets 3,901 ratings.
Great course if you want to develop your Microsoft Excel skills in just a couple of hours this is the right choice.This course covers latest version excel and we can use this knowledge apply to older versions also. Good content covered easy and clear. @Phillip Burton thank you sir,thanks for sharing yours knowledge. — anbarasan a
9.Excel 2016 Pivot Tables: Create Basic Pivot Tables in Excel
This course is taught by Kawser Ahmed. Over 51,148 students have taken this. It gets 3,697 ratings.
Although I have prior knowledge of Pivot Table before now, however, the instructor has made creating Pivot Table very interesting by touching areas that we often ignore. I personally enjoy this course and the instructor is a good trainer. — Abraham Eninla
10.Boost Your Excel Skills: Crash Course w/ Downloadable Files
This course is taught by The ProductivityMe Company. Over 55,415 students have taken this. It gets 3,037 ratings.
This Excel Crash course was really helpful. Despite knowing how to work with Excel, I got to learn some new tricks that I will definitely start working on. The Exercises were also helpful for practicing the things after watching every video. Overall, it was a easy & helpful experience for me. — Tanmay Kshirsagar
11.Easy Excel Basics for Beginners – Get Started with Excel
This course is taught by Steve McDonald. Over 39,906 students have taken this. It gets 2,882 ratings
This was a good match for me, I really enjoyed this part 1; I need more. –
12.Excel for Beginners
This course is taught by Umar Iqbal . Over 16,499 students have taken this. It gets 1,640 ratings.
Awesome, very informative however, sometimes I couldn’t understand what he’s saying. Like it took me awhile to figure out that he’s actually saying “equal tools” instead of “zequal tools” which is what I was hearing. But it’s okay 🙂 — Chona Gelbolingo
13.Improve Decision Making Skills with Excel Pivot Tables
This course is taught by Javier Polanco. Over 17,156 students have taken this. It gets 1,580 ratings.
This course was well worth investing a couple hours of my time. Recommend for anybody who wants to get good at pivot tables. Javier Polanco is a great teacher, his explanations are clear. His voice is never monotone. ((Please make more courses)) — Jon Lyles
14.Excel 2019: From beginner to intermediate (MOS cert MO-200)
This course is taught by Phillip Burton, Filecats Limited. Over 26,664 students have taken this. It gets 1,520 ratings.
Yes, the instructor is detailed and clear in what he is sharing. The only thing that gets to me is that he keeps the cursor moving so fast while he talks. So I don’t know if he wants me to follow what he’s doing. If he does, he’s moving the cursor super fast! But his articulation and speaking speed is fine. — Yull Morales
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This course is taught by Microsoft Excel: Starter Guide. Over 15,492 students have taken this. It gets 1,263 ratings.
first of all i want to give thanks for such a great course. the instructor voice was clear and smooth and video quality was amazing , no repeating no crushing no problem at all. i wish you give me a lot of amazing course just like that. Thank you. — Habib Ullah Hasan
16.Excel Data Validation For beginners
This course is taught by Abdelrahman Abdou. Over 21,768 students have taken this. It gets 998 ratings.
Excellent explanations and examples. One of the resources for this course is a tutorial on Youtube called: Excel 2016 Date and Time Tutorial Masterclass. This is an excellent video. I learned a lot. If you decide to make an intermediate or advanced class on this topic I will definitely subscribe to it. — Jon Lyles
17.Master Decision making with ” Excel What-If Analysis” !
This course is taught by Amey Vidvans. Over 13,309 students have taken this. It gets 695 ratings.
Surprisingly good course for beginner. All concepts are thoroughly explained and pace is good. Looking forward for more advanced course on solver where more complex problems are solved using evolutionary method. — Preeti Gupta
18.Excel: 2015 to 2016 Edition
This course is taught by Andrew Magdy Kamal, Rucha Prabhune. Over 8,260 students have taken this. It gets 326 ratings.
It was really nice. I’ve learned many things about excel and the beat thing is it was easy to leanr — Zain Ul Abdin Rahujo
19.Excel Keyboard Shortcuts: Using the Ribbon
This course is taught by The ProductivityMe Company. Over 8,032 students have taken this. It gets 309 ratings.
This was amazing learning. — Swapnil Bendale
20.Microsoft Excel – Introduction to Basic Excel Features
This course is taught by Brian Wells. Over 6,986 students have taken this. It gets 280 ratings.
Short but clear. Tutor knows what he is talking about and explains it in a understandable manner. Would like to see more on the topic, but since this is a free course, it’s understandable that it’s limited in its scope. — Bryan Veldkamp