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25/04/2017
Canada Pension Plan Investment Board (CPPIB) and funds affiliated with Baring Private Equity have announced the acquisition of Nord Anglia Education for $4.3 billion (£3.35 billion).
25/04/2017
Private equity firm August Equity has closed its fourth fund of £224 million.
24/04/2017
The majority of private higher education colleges are meeting nationally agreed quality and standards checks, according to a report by the Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education (QAA).
21/04/2017
Ed tech revision and tutoring company, Gojimo, has sold its assets to Telegraph Media Group (TMG), EducationInvestor can reveal.
21/04/2017
Pearson has entered a partnership with indiCo, a subsidiary of the National Association of College Stores (NACS), in a move to expand its textbook rental programme across 1,500 independent campus bookstores in the US.
21/04/2017
Education software provider Impero Software has been put on the market, EducationInvestor understands.
20/04/2017
Australia’s student housing market has received a cash injection of A$400m (£235m) from Singapore’s sovereign wealth fund GIC.
19/04/2017
Global higher education provider Laureate Education has announced it is placing a private offering, selling $800 million (£629 million) in Reg S/144a senior notes due in 2025.
18/04/2017
The Spanish Federation of Associations of Schools of Spanish as a Foreign Language has revealed a rise in enrolment for language programmes.
18/04/2017
A poll led by Universities UK (UUK) has found that 75% of the British public would like to see the same number or more international students study in the UK, after understanding their economic impact.

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After repeated profit warnings, educational publisher Pearson reported its biggest ever loss. Kirsten Noben finds out what happened to the firm and asks if it can get back on its feet again




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global | publishing

After repeated profit warnings, educational publisher Pearson reported its biggest ever loss. Kirsten Noben finds out what happened to the firm and asks if it can get back on its feet again
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global | Australia

Australia is the third most popular study destination for international students seeking to study in English speaking countries and opportunities exist for discerning UK investors, says Tony Mitchener, management consultant and national director at Australia Indonesia Business Council
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Governor search company SGOSS Governors for Schools has appointed Louise Cooper as its chief executive, succeeding retiring chief executive Janet Scott. Continue reading...
Semta Group
Semta Group has appointed Dame Judith Hackitt as chair of the group. She is replacing Allan Cook CBE who stood down after seven years at the end of March. Continue reading...
ISC Research
Provider of data and intelligence of the K12 schools market, ISC Research, has appointed Leigh Webb as chief executive. Continue reading...
Institute for Apprenticeships
Former chief executive of Barclays, Antony Jenkins, has joined the board of the Institute for Apprenticeships (IfA). Continue reading...
   


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