You can make payments on Coursera using the following credit cards:
- American Express (only for courses priced in $USD)
You can use a prepaid card from one of the above credit card brands for one-time payments. You can't use a prepaid card for a Coursera subscription.
You can make payments on Coursera using Visa or Mastercard debit cards. You can't use a pre-paid card for a subscription payment.
You can make payments on Coursera using PayPal in the following regions:
- Great Britain
- Hong Kong
- United States
Payments in India
If you're in India, you can make payments on Coursera through Razorpay using:
- Local credit cards
- Local debit cards
- NetBanking (excludes subscriptions, Specializations, and MasterTrack products)
- eWallet or PayTM (excludes subscriptions, Specializations, and MasterTrack products)
Error message: Card does not support recurring payments
If you're seeing this error, you can use a UPI payment (up to 5000 INR per installment) instead of a card.
To make a recurring payment (subscriptions, MasterTrack programs) with a card, your bank must be compliant with the Reserve Bank of India regardless of payment method. If you're unsure if your bank is compliant, reach out to them directly for more information.
Coursera doesn't offer gift cards or other options for making payments for another user. All payments must be made through the account they will be used for with one of our approved payment methods. Payments must be made using the same account you'll use to take the course or Specialization. Payments can't be gifted or transferred across accounts.
If you want to pay for a Coursera course through a program offered by your school, employer, or other third party, please speak with a representative of that program to arrange payment. You may also be interested in Coursera for Business.