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21/07/2014
Sovereign Capital’s sale of the Brighton Institute of Modern Music (BIMM) is understood to be “progressed and ongoing”, after a first round of bids for the firm was submitted earlier this month.
21/07/2014
US learning solutions provider Ascend Learning has acquired Premier Global Group, the parent company of Premier Training International and Active IQ, for an undisclosed sum.
17/07/2014
Private school fees have rocketed by more than 300% since 1990, according to a Killik & Co report.
17/07/2014
Dramatic staff cuts at the Skills Funding Agency will not jeopardise the apprenticeships scheme, the Association of Employment and Learning Providers (AELP) has claimed.
17/07/2014
The coalition’s Priority School Building Programme (PSBP) is advancing at an “alarmingly slow” pace, according to a report from the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA).
17/07/2014
Nord Anglia Education’s growth plan continued apace in the first three quarters of 2014, with revenue and ebitda climbing steeply at the international schools group.
16/07/2014
The Amber Consortium has been chosen as preferred bidder to provide private financing for the Priority Schools Building Programme.
16/07/2014
Sales of academic books rose at Bloomsbury Publishing in the second quarter, despite a fall in total revenue.
16/07/2014
Shop and school fitter Havelock Europa has appointed Ciaran Kennedy as its new group finance director and company secretary.
15/07/2014
Concerns have been raised about the viability of the University of South Wales’ Caerleon campus.
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