News

Sydney based experiential education technology startup Intersective has secured a Series A lead investment by Main Sequence Ventures, with further funding to close the round under negotiation. The investment was […]
read more
Study Cairns will deploy Intersective’s Practera real world learning platform to link local employers with more than 100 international students in business projects, internships and hackathons. Study Cairns CONNECTS is […]
read more
Australian education technology (edtech) startup Intersective has won an $80,000 DFAT Australia-India Council Grant to pilot virtual employability skills and mentoring apps in India, in partnership with Mumbai based Bravo […]
read more
In 2016, Australian edtech startup Intersective helped the University of Sydney Business School deliver step change improvements in outcomes for its premier ‘Job Smart’ employability skills program with new, gamified […]
read more
The Victorian Government has backed experiential education company Intersective to deliver LIVE Projects – a collaborative work experience program for Victorian international students under Study Melbourne’s LIVE – Lead, Intern, […]
read more
And the winner is… Intersective is very excited to be named one of the 2017 EY Accelerating Entrepreneurs Asia-Pacific program winners – we’d like to thank EY, our customers and […]
read more
Intersective, Study NSW and our University, NSW Government and organisational partners were last night recognised for our NSW Global Scope program at the 2016 Business Higher Education Roundtable (BHERT) gala […]
read more
28 October 2016: A team of QUT engineering, business and design students pitched a low cost innovation solution featuring thermal imaging cameras, machine vision and drones to help extend safe […]
read more
26 October 2016:  Leading employers CSIRO, Westpac, IAG, and Deloitte have collaborated with five Universities nationally to mentor more than 350 multi-disciplinary students and mentors through ‘NEXT’, an accelerator program […]
read more
10 October 2016 Presentations from employers including Westpac, Deloitte and the NSW Government highlighted how technology can enable effective work integrated learning (WIL) at scale in an upgraded regulatory environment […]
read more
Categories