Education: How AI is about to change our children’s lives

With their close employer relationships, colleges have a major advantage over schools and universities, says Ronel Lehmann.

Colleges can give students a headstart over universities

With their close employer relationships, colleges have a major advantage over schools and universities, says Ronel Lehmann.

Businesses should do more for the British undergraduate

We live in complex times – but things are not as complex as some believe. It is often said that government must do more to support business, but I would argue that it is doing just that. In 25 years in business – often travelling to 30 or 40 countries a year – I have never seen a time as I do now when government is so “ahead of business” as it is in many areas.

I’ll put a robot in charge of my car but I wouldn’t want it to drive my career

Last weekend I drove the new Hyundai Kona EV, one of the many electric cars hitting our roads, and it was impressive in all sorts of ways beyond that it doesn’t run on petrol.

Graduates are taking £9k courses to help beat AI interviews for City jobs

It’s not just about a First degree from a top university anymore, you need to beat the AI too

The young person’s career concierge

Originally published by The Telegraph. By Tim Cumming.   The man behind Finito speaks about his dedication to help young people (and those of every age looking to make a career change) get work-ready For those starting out in the workplace, getting the right job is no easy business, especially in the new world of employment […]

‘Prepare your students for interviews with robots’

Originally published by Times Educational Supplement. Article by Derek Walker, Finito Course Leader As we all know, getting that first job after college can often be a bigger challenge for a student than gaining the qualification. The interview process can be daunting, particularly for young people with limited experience of speaking in front of others. […]

Robots interviewing graduates for jobs at top city firms as students practice how to impress AI

As a nervous university student keen to make a good impression, you would be forgiven for wanting to comb your hair, polish your shoes and maybe even clean your teeth before a job interview.

How To Make Interviews Count

Having been involved with many interviews throughout my career – both as an interviewer and an interviewee – I would stress that first impressions count.