Articles from University of Buckingham

The Future of Education in Light of COVID-19 reconsidered by Sir Anthony Seldon

LACK OF ENTERPRISE EDUCATION AND POLITICAL UNCERTAINTY PUTS GEN Z OFF STARTING THEIR OWN BUSINESS

GENERATION Z PUT OFF ENTREPRENEURIALISM BECAUSE OF BREXIT, POLITICAL UNCERTAINTY AND LACK OF ENTERPRISE EDUCATION According to research from YouGov and the University of Buckingham, over a third (38%) of Generation Z (18 – 25 year olds) would be concerned about starting their own business in Britain in 2020 because of the potential consequences of Brexit.  Of those who have or are planning to start their own business, this number rises to 54%.

Zizo joins the University of Buckingham's Knowledge Exchange Partnership Programme

Research and development of #AI based systems for big data analysis Zizo, leading provider of data analytics for business, logistics and retail, has announced its long-term partnership with the School of Computing at The University of Buckingham, becoming an Academic Partner as part of the School’s Knowledge Exchange Partnership Programme. 

UK’s first Institute for Ethical AI in Education (IEAIED) launches #FutureofEducation

A new Institute for Ethical AI in Education (IEAIED) launched today (Thursday) at Speakers’ House to tackle the threat young people face due to the unduly rapid growth of new technology.

Fourth Education Revolution sounds the death knell for exams and lecture halls #FutureOfEducation

The death of exams, the end of the lecture hall, will Oxford University become redundant and will universities still exist in the future?

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