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21/08/2019
Private equity firm KKR India will buy around 90% of education company, the EuroKids Group, from Gaja Capital and EuroKids’ founders.
21/08/2019
MPOWER Financing, which provides educational loans to international and Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals students, has secured a $100 million loan.
19/08/2019
Student conversion company UniQuest has appointed Amanda Beard-Neilson as chief technology officer.
19/08/2019
Schoology has appointed Jill Hedrick as its new executive vice-president of sales.
19/08/2019
Minsheng Education Group, a Chinese private college and high school operator, has announced a profit of ¥203.7 million (£23.8 million) for the first six months of 2019.
19/08/2019
Options Management has acquired Hilton Lane Associates, which provides vending solutions for the education and leisure sector.
19/08/2019
Legacy Education Alliance, an educational training seminars, conferences and services company, has reported a net loss of $275,000 for the second quarter of 2019.
16/08/2019
Mindchamps Preschool has reported net profit of S$323,000 (£192,000), down 74% on the S$1.3 million reported for the second quarter in 2018.
16/08/2019
Rise Education Cayman, a junior English language training provider in China, has announced second-quarter 2019 net income of ¥22.1 million (£2.6 million).
15/08/2019
Brazilian medical education group Afya has acquired Instituto Paraense de Educação e Cultura Ltda through its wholly-owned subsidiary Afya Participações.

Higher education publishers in the US are adapting to meet a rising demand for digital offerings, while simultaneously driving down prices to prevent the rise of a black market in their products. As the tides of publishing turn, Simone Rensch speaks to key players about their plans to stay afloat

Simone Rensch speaks to June Rusdon, head of Busy Bees Asia, about how she went from selling banana fritters in a Singaporean village to sitting at the helm of a global early years powerhouse

The inaugural event in a new series hosted by this publication united early years stakeholders from across the UK with capital providers, who collectively explored the avenues leading to accelerated business growth, writes Josh O’Neill

Julie Mercer, partner at London-based education consultancy Cairneagle Associates, weighs in on the potential outcomes of a recent review of post-18 education in the UK, suggesting closer collaboration between higher and further education providers and government is required to build future-proof workforces

A wide-reaching review of post-18 education in the UK has produced a raft of recommendations designed to join up a patchwork of funding regimes, encourage life-long learning and improve social mobility. If enacted, would proposed reforms achieve this? And would they deliver a blow to universities’ balance sheets, asks Josh O’Neill

When considering the roadmap for education to 2030, global investors, operators and policy-makers all seek the answer to a critical question: what will be the impact of technology? Will it prove to be as disruptive for education as it has been for financial services, transportation and retail? What should investors and operators keep in mind when considering the drivers of success? Danish Faruqui, Jitin Sethi, Ashwin Goel, and Aakansha Sethi of L.E.K. Consulting draw on their experience in the sector, as well as new consumer survey data, to identify global trends and offer a success framework for investors and operators in K12 ed tech

Jonathon Baskerville worked for more than a decade as general counsel to pathway provider INTO University Partnerships before joining global law practice Eversheds Sutherland in April. He shares his views on where he thinks the higher education market is heading

In June, China’s Ministry of Education issued a warning to Chinese students and academics to think twice before going to the US, citing visa restrictions and gun violence. As the tit-for-tat trade war between the two mega powers rumbles on, could US universities be the next casualties, asks Simone Rensch




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Europe | UK post-18 education

A wide-reaching review of post-18 education in the UK has produced a raft of recommendations designed to join up a patchwork of funding regimes, encourage life-long learning and improve social mobility. If enacted, would proposed reforms achieve this? And would they deliver a blow to universities' balance sheets, asks Josh O'Neill
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