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10/07/2014
Publishing and training firm Dods Group has reported an annual rise in adjusted ebitda of £700,000.
09/07/2014
Educational publisher TES Global has begun road-showing a £300 million bond.
09/07/2014
The University of London has secured a £141 million investment to build a new student accommodation scheme.
08/07/2014
Tribal Group has won a contract to provide a student management system for the British Council.
07/07/2014
First half profits climbed by 49% at the ITC for education provider RM, despite a sizeable fall in revenue.
04/07/2014
Ashridge business school is to partner with a US rival, Hult International Business School, in a move that will see the senior management of both institutions merge.
04/07/2014
A "significant number" of universities are considering bond issuances this year and next, a top banker has said.
03/07/2014
The UK’s online learning technologies market was worth £565 million in 2012-13, making it the largest in Europe, says report.
02/07/2014
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt (HMH), a US-based education and trade publisher, has bought SchoolChapters, a learner management platform it first invested in last year.
01/07/2014
There are still serious obstacles to the adoption of technology in British schools, a report has found.
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