Tuty is an online tutoring marketplace offering online lessons for university students and “Tuty Points”, a loyalty program helping students save.
Galileo Ventures, is looking to raise $20 million to support startups founded by students at Australian and New Zealand universities.
Qnect Technologies has had its customer data stolen, with the hackers threatening to publish the information online unless the business paid out bitcoins.
Targeting university societies, Qnect allows users to browse through events where the ‘attending’ list only reveals those who have paid for a ticket.
The University of Queensland has this week opened its Idea Hub, a coworking space designed to help entrepreneurial students grow their early-stage ideas.
Paddl is an online job search platform that connects its users directly to relevant job postings based on their course of study.
Over the years, one thing that’s become increasingly clear about Dropbox is that it plays the long game when it comes user acquisition. It doesn’t aim to convert users to paying customers overnight or over months, but over years.
Silicon Valley-based tech companies Prezi and Tilt have teamed up to offer two university students the chance to hang out with tech luminaries in San Francisco next year, with all flight and accommodation costs paid for.
For some students, the idea of starting a business is too far-fetched. Others are sitting on the idea, and need a metaphorical kick in the behind to get them going. To help foster a culture of entrepreneurship, startups Pocketbook and Zookal have come together to launch a scholarship programme for Australian university students.
Google and INCUBATE just announced they will collaborating to expand INCUBATE’s entrepreneur development program to universities across Australia, demonstrating their commitment to investing in the future of Australian innovation.
Forget blackboards and chalks. Forget long, theory-heavy lectures at 8am in the morning. Forget the online platforms that failed to make learning a more enjoyable experience. OpenLearning is set to excite students and teachers around the world who have long suffered the inadequacies of outdated educational tools.