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Get started as a beginner with the fundamentals, or dive right into the intermediate and advanced courses for professionals. Brilliant is for ambitious and curious people ages 10 to 110.

“The mind is not a vessel to be filled, but a fire to be kindled.”

— Plutarch

Brilliant Principles

Brilliant creates a culture of learning around inquiry, curiosity, and openness to failure. All of our courses are written with these principles of learning in mind.

Effective math and science learning…



The greatest challenges to education are disinterest and apathy.

Cultivates Curiosity

Questions and storytelling that cultivate natural curiosity are better than the threat of a test.

Is Active

Effective learning is active, not passive. Watching a video is not enough.

Is Applicable

Use it or lose it: it is essential to apply what you’re learning as you learn it.

Is Community Driven

A community that challenges and inspires you is invaluable.

Doesn’t Discriminate

Your age, country, and gender don’t determine what you are capable of learning.

Allows for Failure

The best learners allow themselves to make many mistakes along their journey.

Sparks Questions

The culmination of a great education isn’t knowing all the answers — it’s knowing what to ask.