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22/05/2015
Staffline, the staffing and training firm, says it is trading well after its acquisition of A4e in April.
21/05/2015
The World Bank Group has said it will double results-based financing for education to $5 billion (£3.2 million) over the next five years.
21/05/2015
Sales at China Distance Education Holdings climbed from $18.2 million to $22.3 million in the second quarter, according to the firm.
20/05/2015
Singapore-based EtonHouse Education Group has expanded in Shanghai by establishing its third international preschool in the city.
20/05/2015
Vikki Smith has become vice president of business development at Kaplan International.
20/05/2015
Singapore-listed Yoma Strategic Holdings has struck a deal with Education Index Management (EIM) to design, build and operate a premium international school in Myanmar.
20/05/2015
RM Education, the educational IT and resources group, has announced its chief financial officer Iain McIntosh will step down by the end of September.
19/05/2015
Malaysia’s sovereign fund, Khazanah Nasional, has launched a 1 billion ringgit (£180.5 million) bond programme to fund education projects.
19/05/2015
Private equity firm Sovereign Capital has promoted Neil Cox and Jeremy Morgan to partners.
18/05/2015
More than one hundred national and international organisations have sent an open letter to the World Bank, criticising its support of low-cost private schools in the developing world.


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Special report │ International student pathways

The pathways sector has grown precipitously over the last few years thanks to a spike in the international student market. Now as it matures, diversification appears to be the name of the game, finds Daniel Thomas
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Global | Australian private education

With its growing pathways, early years and private college sectors, Australian for-profit education is on the up. Julian Hall looks at the key sectors and players
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Britain │ Football education

UCFB combines two of Britain’s biggest exports: football and education. But can it achieve its ambitious growth targets, asks Kirsten Noben
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Technology │ Coding

Coder camps are a red hot ed tech trend in the US and catching on fast in Europe. Investors are now taking a closer look, finds Rob Buckley
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