The Australian National University (ANU) has become the latest local university to open a space for students to work on entrepreneurial projects, this week launching coworking hub Square One at its Canberra campus.
Prosper Education has developed RoyalABC, a ‘language learning ecosystem’ based on a Cambridge English curriculum that looks to teach children British English.
The transient nature of work in the industry, however, can mean that as staff come and go, businesses don’t have time to train employees. Looking to make it easier is Melbourne-founded Typsy, founded by Jonathan Plowright.
Brisbane startup Math Mate is working to help all kids engage with and enjoy learning maths through the development of gamification app Do Math Good.
Melbourne university RMIT has partnered with fintech hub Stone and Chalk and Accenture to develop an eight week course on blockchain strategy.
The University of Queensland has appointed a Chief Student Entrepreneur to inspire and mentor fellow student innovators at the university.
Cohort Go enables students to pay in their own local currency, and offers them rates usually only available to large corporates.
Last night’s ‘Launch and Grow: Learn from People Who Do It’ event, from Zambesi, featured advice that could make or break your startup.
AgriFutures Australia has launched an education program aimed at helping schoolchildren in rural and regional Australia learn about innovation and entrepreneurship in relation to the problems facing the agricultural sector.
OK RDY is a matching platform connecting students with professionals and companies for mentorship and skilled volunteer opportunities.
Study Loans works with the educational institutions to have tuition paid to the organisation as a student progresses through their studies, like the government study loan programs.
Targeting a Chinese audience, the Grei app looks to improve financial literacy through mentorship from experts and leaders and educational content.
The WA Government will be offering $16.7 million in grants towards startups, while $19 million will go towards STEM skills, according to the State Budget.
Tuty is an online tutoring marketplace offering online lessons for university students and “Tuty Points”, a loyalty program helping students save.