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Exam board AQA launches ‘Tech-levels’ for college students
posted on September 9, 2015

Top exam board AQA is set to start offering a new set of qualifications known as Tech-levels in colleges from this week. The Tech-levels will teach young people a range of skills including cyber security, programming and network engineering. The qualifications are a direct response to the 2011 Wolf Report which warned that many vocational…

Apps for Good unveils 18 finalists for upcoming awards
posted on June 1, 2015

Apps for Good has unveiled the 18 teams of students, aged 12 to 19, who will be competing to win the Apps for Good Awards, held during London Tech Week in June. Three teams are competing in each of the six categories, which cover: sustainable communities, productivity, learning, connected communities, information, and saving, spending and giving. The teams…

Memrise partners with Cambridge University Press, takes on Chinese market
posted on October 16, 2013

As part of a trade delegation to China, Memrise, the language learning startup, have announced a new partnership to expand into the Chinese market. Partnership with Cambridge University Press The London based team are designing a smartphone app in conjunction with the world’s oldest publishing house, Cambridge University Press. Ben Whately, COO of Memrise [pictured right] commented…

Three things your company isn’t giving you – but we bet a startup could
posted on September 2, 2013

Nowhere is job satisfaction higher than at a startup company. Traditional employers might offer benefits that a startup doesn’t have at its disposal – job security, role diversity, and a higher salary – but how much worth does today’s tech professional give to these details when deciding on the trajectory for their career? From one…

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