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15/10/2018
Hong Kong-listed money management boutique Partners Group is to further diversify its long-standing focus on Greater China equities with a range of private markets capabilities
12/10/2018
MindChamps PreSchool will open 20 pre-schools in Malaysia by 2014, following an agreement with Malaysian education group Victoria Education.
12/10/2018
US: San Francisco-based Foundry College has raised $6 million from education investment firm, Learn Capital.
12/10/2018
Corporate day care provider Amelio Early Education has acquired Tom & Jerry Creche, a Bangalore-based chain of business-to-business childcare centres.
12/10/2018
Workforce accelerator Trilogy Education has acquired two start-ups: Firehose Project, an online coding platform, and JobTrack, a career services platform.
12/10/2018
Aspire Achieve Advance has gone into administration, putting 500 jobs and the future of 4,500 apprentices at risk, FE Week has reported.
11/10/2018
Educational gaming start-up Kahoot! has completed a private placement with gross proceeds of 126.5 million krone (£11.7 million.
11/10/2018
Student accommodation provider Unite Group has announced the pricing of a debut, sterling-denominated senior unsecured 10-year bond.
11/10/2018
Inspiring Futures, owner of Bishopstrow College in Wiltshire has acquired Padworth College in Berkshire from Padworth College Trust.
10/10/2018
International schools organisation Nord Anglia Education is moving its headquarters from Hong Kong to the UK.

Eiden Appelbaum is the chief executive of Spitball, an online platform seeking to revolutionise the e-learning industry using blockchain, the technology underpinning bitcoin and other crypto-currency transactions

Tumultuous times lie ahead for school operators in China as regulators take aim at structures widely used by overseas investors to extract earnings from non-profit education businesses. What impact will the proposals have on industry incumbents, market entrants and their investors? Josh O’Neill investigates

A new $30,000 subsidy for self-financing students could prove a mixed blessing for UK universities providing degree-level courses in Hong Kong’s crowded market, writes Linda Yeung

Julian Hall reports on the findings of a new study by the Education Policy Institute, which suggest the UK government must step in and provide centralised incentive payments for maths and science teachers to help combat severe shortages in these subject areas amid a worsening global recruitment crisis

After 18 years of non-stop fee increases, UK independent schools are increasingly turning to international students as private schooling becomes unaffordable for some middle-class domestic families. Josh O’Neill investigates where students come from, how they are sourced and how the sector is adapting to its new international clientele

Employers stand to lose millions unless they start setting up more apprenticeships with the cash they have paid into the government’s scheme, writes Josh O’Neill

More than 25% of British families now employ private tutors and new online business models are set to spur further market growth, a study has found. Liz Heron reports

Education is at the heart of the Aga Khan Development Network’s drive to eradicate illiteracy, poverty and hunger across 30 countries, Matt Reed, chief executive of its UK foundation, tells Josh O’Neill




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Asia | China regulation

Tumultuous times lie ahead for school operators in China as regulators take aim at structures widely used by overseas investors to extract earnings from non-profit education businesses. What impact will the proposals have on industry incumbents, market entrants and their investors? Josh O'Neill investigates
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Europe | Vocational training

Employers stand to lose millions unless they start setting up more apprenticeships with the cash they have paid into the government's scheme, writes Josh O'Neill
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Global | Philanthropy

Education is at the heart of the Aga Khan Development Network's drive to eradicate illiteracy, poverty and hunger across 30 countries, Matt Reed, chief executive of its UK foundation, tells Josh O'Neill
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