Ten of the best Youtube's education channels

Videos are a great way to pass knowledge: they’re fun, interesting and usually not too long (which is good for those who struggle to focus). Hundreds of education channels have been created over the last years, so I thought it would be nice to share my favourite ones.

Thomas Frank


Main topics: study tips to learn faster, college advice, time management…

*This guy is so good I’ll write a whole post just to him, his videos and his blog.

Melissa (Hexane and Heels)


Main topics: study tips, productivity

*She just got back to filming videos, but I think I read on her blog that she will upload a new video once a week (I can be wrong, though).



Mains topics: world History, biology, literature, ecology, chemistry, psychology



Main topic: science

In a Nutshell - Kurzgesagt


Main topic: science

It’s Okay To Be Smart


Main topic: science



Main topic: physics, duh

PBS Idea Channel


Main topics: pop culture, technology, arts



Main topics: organization, productivity

*It’s a new channel, but the four videos that are up already are very good.



Main topics: science, curiosities

Khan academy


Main topics: basically all school subjects and more

Those are the best learning channels I know. However, if you are interested in learning/reviewing school subjects, I would suggest:

If anyone knows any good humanities channels, please let me know. The best one until now is CrashCourse World History.


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