The Archaic Model

Out-Dated Teaching Systems

With universities still employing 20th century teaching methods and content, it is severely lagging behind to what is required today. By 2030 it is predicted that 50 percent of employees will require high-level programming and software design skills. The jobs of the future will also demand 70% more enterprise skills.

Pains of Recruitment

With the need to identify talented individuals amongst thousands of candidates, traditional recruitment methods are struggling to accurately identify the attributes and traits needed to succeed in the future.

Our Proposal

Real Skills Education provides a dynamic alternative to your current solution. We look to bridge the growing divide between what the industry demands and what education provides.


We scour across all universities in search of the best talents and expose them to opportunities. 1500+ students are already engaged.


We run over 45 tailored workshops ranging from “Psychology of the Work Environment” to “Data Analytics Fundamentals”.


Over 50 talented students have been recruited into intern/graduate positions directly from our programs.


Innovative Ideas

Our partners have submitted over 40 ideas, challenges and projects and received creative solutions from students with diverse backgrounds. And through this process, we have developed talented students who possesses:

The Desire To Break Boundaries

The Skills of Tomorrow

The Ability To Grow Your Brand


Learn how companies all around have been using our services to connect with students and discover amazing talents.

  • "There is no doubt that this program will benefit the industry and engineering students.
    Edmund Lee
    Technical Director — AECOM
  • “Variant has been a massive plus for my workflow — I can now get live mockups out in a matter of hours, my clients really love it.”
    Rob Vasquez
    Interface Designer — Yoke
  • “We’ve been using Stack to prototype designs quickly and efficiently. Needless to say we’re hugely impressed by the style and value.”
    Maguerite Holland
    Interface Designer — Yoke