The UK's educators are embracing digital learning, with the belief that the educational method can boost the exam results of students by at least one grade.
The majority of students have been on the receiving end of fees that they were not meant to pay, and just a minority are challenging the businesses responsible. But as these companies will soon expect further businesses from millennials, why are they offering such poor treatment?
Don't panic about a robot uprising, there's firm evidence that technology is exceptionally important to the development of our younger generations' educational development and, as a result, the future workforce.
Some 15 per cent of the UK's undergraduates are inspired to create their own companies after leaving university, according to Direct Line for Business, inspired by Facebook boss Mark Zuckerberg and Google's founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin.
The Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) and Young Enterprise have teamed up to deliver business education to teenagers from across the UK, making a particular focus on schools in disadvantaged areas.
A lawyer for HSBC Global Asset Management has said students should opt for "old-fashioned Saturday jobs" to gain experience, rather than take a gap year.
A provider of luxury student accommodation has rolled out 16 new residences to cope with the demand for flats. Does this signal that the work-life balance is disintegrating and from an earlier age? And is it a bad thing?
Recent stats on the UK job market may have made for improved reading, but university students aren't feeling positive about its unpredictability.
After much speculation, predictions and comment, George Osborne has delivered his last Budget before the May election. But for all the fanfare of ISAs and reducing the deficit, there was a worrying lack of talk around education and youth unemployment. Is there a sustained and long-term plan for the next generation?
Rental booking service Uniplaces, which was named in the Everline Future 50, has introduced the “world’s first crowdfunded accommodation scholarship for students”.
An accelerator programme exclusively for student-run businesses is proving that the UK's future business leaders are all around. Nick Levine visits Student Upstarts…
Youth unemployment meets the digital divide in a truly next-generation business concept