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24/04/2019
Paris-based workforce engagement platform 360Learning has raised €36.5 million in a Series B funding round.
24/04/2019
Student loans servicing and collecting company Navient has announced a first quarter 2019 core earnings net income of $136 million.
24/04/2019
Beijing-based education services provider Gaosi Education Group has raised $140 million in a fundraising round, led by private equity investor Warburg Pincus.
24/04/2019
Concordia University in Montreal has received its largest gift ever – a C$30 million donation from an anonymous donor.
24/04/2019
K12 Inc, an education company that sells online schooling and curricula for pre-K through to high school students has reported net income of $18.5 million for the third quarter.
24/04/2019
Mumbai-based education services company MT Educare is to move its online education app Robomate into a separate entity.
24/04/2019
Modo Labs, a Cambridge, Massachsetts-based mobile app development platform with clients in higher education, has purchased campus e-commerce transactions company Ulyngo.
23/04/2019
Gurugram-based ed tech start-up DoubtNut has secured $3.3 million in a round led by Surge, the start-up accelerator and incubator platform of venture capital firm Sequoia Capital.
23/04/2019
Student conversion company UniQuest has appointed Jay Bookout as chief operating officer of its North American operations.
23/04/2019
Oxford International Education Group has acquired independent sixth-form Oxford International College for an undisclosed sum.

Blackboard, the education services giant which last month offloaded one of its key units, is moving away from a single product mindset, its vice-president of Europe Oleg Figlin tells EducationInvestor Global

A new report indicates that there’s still plenty of potential in China’s test prep, tutoring and enrichment market, but those looking to make a play must remember that space doesn’t guarantee success, writes Josh O’Neill

A recent half-day conference hosted by this publication in Singapore shone a light on Southeast Asia’s buoyant early years market, while helping both prospective and incumbent players avoid sectoral snares, writes Josh O’Neill

Consultant Beatrice Cernuta spent four years launching special needs settings in Dubai before returning to EY-Parthenon. She speaks with Josh O’Neill about how the emirate’s private schools should approach new regulations requiring them to cater to special needs students by 2020

Unicaf, a private university providing distance learning in Africa, is gearing up for a rapid expansion across the continent using Malawi as a springboard, its rector tells Jason Mitchell

A co-founder of Nord Anglia plans to rapidly scale his UK-based early years business Just Childcare, but he won’t be casting a net into international waters anytime soon, he tells Josh O’Neill

Times Higher Education, TES Global and their new private equity parents talk to Josh O’Neill about the benefits of a carve-out, and why the firms’ parting of ways is good news for stakeholders

Times are hard – and getting harder – for most UK universities. Institutions must instigate strategic change from the ground up if they are to curb dropout rates and meet shifting market demands




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Global | M&A

Times Higher Education, TES Global and their new private equity parents talk to Josh O'Neill about the benefits of a carve-out, and why the firms' parting of ways is good news for stakeholders
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Europe | UK early years

A co-founder of Nord Anglia plans to rapidly scale his UK-based early years business Just Childcare, but he won't be casting a net into international waters anytime soon, he tells Josh O'Neill
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Middle East | Dubai SEN regulations

Consultant Beatrice Cernuta spent four years launching special needs settings in Dubai before returning to EY-Parthenon. She speaks with Josh O’Neill about how the emirate's private schools should approach new regulations requiring them to cater to special needs students by 2020
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