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23/09/2014
The Pearson Affordable Learning Fund (PALF) has invested a further $260,000 (£159,000) in the Bangalore-based start-up, Experifun Learning Solutions.
22/09/2014
MRWED Training and Assessment, an Australian vocational training company, is seeking a strategic investor, and says it would consider merging with an international peer.
22/09/2014
NetDimensions, a global provider of performance and learning management systems, posted a loss in the six months to 30 June despite a strong rise in sales.
19/09/2014
The removal of student number controls in higher education could create new opportunities for private providers, a report from The Higher Education Policy Institute (Hepi) claims.
19/09/2014
Hotcourses, the international course listings, has broadened its suite of services with a tool that matches eligible international students to foreign degree courses.
18/09/2014
Balfour Beatty has been awarded a £39 million project by Unite Students (Unite Group).
17/09/2014
RM, the educational IT and resources group, says trading in the third quarter has progressed ahead of expectations.
17/09/2014
Oversight of academy schools in England is "too weak" and "questionable practices" are being signed off, research commissioned by MPs has found.
17/09/2014
The University of Lincoln is shortlisting contractors to build an 8-storey student hall.
17/09/2014
Syscap, a loan broker for the education sector, has posted its fourth year of profit growth.
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