FourthRev exists to create economic and social value by closing the global digital skills gap.

It’s our vision to become the world’s leading Employer University Collaboration platform, enabling the development graduates and lifelong learners ready to achieve meaningful career outcomes in the digital economy.

“The most pressing need for government is to incentivise the development of future offerings in collaboration with industry”

EY - University of the Future

FourthRev supports universities to enhance student experience, improve graduate outcomes and grow their degree and continuing education programs.

FourthRev creates and provides employer co-created digital learning experiences:

Market driven curriculum co-created with leading digital companies

Curriculum aligned to industry certifications and university qualifications

Rich learning materials designed for online or blended university delivery

Applied learning driven through real-life projects co-created with employer partners

Course marketing, enrolment and delivery services

Learner career support and job-matching to employer partners

FourthRev delivers these experiences in partnership with universities to drive learner success

Undergraduate:

Single degree modules or specialisations, aligned to qualification frameworks

Postgraduate:

Single degree modules, specialisations or postgraduate certificates

Continuing education:

Short courses, micro-credentials and digital certificates

FourthRev offers rapid, low-risk and continually improving products and services which drive critical outcomes for universities.

Reduce development costs

Increase speed to market

Attract new student cohorts

Enhance student experience

Improve student outcomes

Drive revenue growth

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Universities will be at the centre of addressing the digital skills gap in the coming decade.

$11.5
Trillion

G20 countries face a digital skills crisis with $11.5 Trillion of GDP growth forecast to be lost over the next 10 years;

40%

CBI reported that 40% of employers say a skills shortage is the primary reason they are struggling to fill entry-level jobs.

18%

Only 18% of business leaders believe that graduates have the right digital skills and experience.

46%

46% of EY surveyed students stated their degree needed to be overhauled to align to current and emerging digital technology.

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