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23/07/2019
Risk Strategieshas acquired Gerard B Tracy Associates, which creates employee benefits programmes, with a special focus on higher education institutions.
23/07/2019
Guangzhou-based internet firm, NetEase is planning to list its ed tech online education brand, Youdao, in the US, seeking a valuation of about $2 billion.
23/07/2019
Brazilian medical education group Afya Educacional is listing on the Nasdaq, with the initial public offering of 13,744,210 Class A common shares priced at $19 per share.
23/07/2019
Substitute staff provider for K12 schools EES has acquired Enriched Schools, which provides substitute staffing services to US charter schools.
23/07/2019
Orbital Education has signed a joint venture agreement with Qatari public company UDC to found and operate a British style international school in Doha, Qatar.
23/07/2019
American Campus Communities today announced second quarter net income of $10.2 million, down from $46 million in the second quarter of 2018.
23/07/2019
New Oriental Education & Technology Group, a large private educational services provider in China, today announced net income of $227.8 million for its 2019 fiscal year.
23/07/2019
International and bilingual K12 school operator Bright Scholar Education Holdings has announced net income of ¥137.4 million (£16.1 million) for the third quarter of its 2019 fiscal year.
23/07/2019
The National Fostering Agency (NFA), which is owned by private equity group Stirling Square Capital Partners, is on the cusp of acquiring specialist educational needs group Outcomes First from Sovereign Capital Partners, EducationInvestor Global can exclusively reveal.
18/07/2019
Milan-based Life Based Value has secured £1.3 million in funding in a round led by Impact Ventures from Hungary.

University endowments are placing wagers on relatives of bitcoin, the controversial crypto-currency, according to a new report. Josh O’Neill looks at the ways in which these institutional funds are investing in ultra-volatile assets

Attendees of this publication’s third annual Asia summit explored the changing face of the continent’s education markets and found ample headroom for growth, sustainably high multiples and transnational tie-ups, writes Josh O’Neill

With rapid technological change driving the onset of the fourth industrial revolution, demand for digital skills training is booming, particularly in Africa, where more than 200 million jobs will require new skillsets by 2030. Simone Rensch explores a potential billion-dollar opportunity for the private market

The UK government’s revamped international education strategy is a step in the right direction. But amid uncertainty shrouding the country’s future outside the European Union and a newly ignited leadership race, a rollout of the plan could take some time, writes Simone Rensch, who attended its launch ceremony

Josh O’Neill meets Chatsworth, a newcomer to the UK independent school market, and its private equity parent Synova Capital to discuss the group’s ambitious domestic and international expansion plans

Despite significant jumps in global student accommodation investment volumes, there’s a scarcity of modern, purpose-built student housing in Spain. Add to this rising numbers of mobile pupils, and the outcome is a hot opportunity for investors, writes Simone Rensch

The Open University’s online learning platform FutureLearn recently received a £50 million investment from the SEEK Group in exchange for a 50% stake in the business. The platform’s chief executive Simon Nelson reveals what’s next for the company

Asia is a fertile breeding ground where in short time-frames education firms are being built up into cross-continental powerhouses whose sights are set on US flotations and Western dominance, writes Benjamin Vedrenne-Cloquet, chief executive and co-founder of EdTechX




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Africa | Digital skills training

With rapid technological change driving the onset of the fourth industrial revolution, demand for digital skills training is booming, particularly in Africa, where more than 200 million jobs will require new skillsets by 2030. Simone Rensch explores a potential billion-dollar opportunity for the private market
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Americas | Endowment funds

University endowments are placing wagers on relatives of bitcoin, the controversial crypto-currency, according to a new report. Josh O'Neill looks at the ways in which these institutional funds are investing in ultra-volatile assets
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Europe | Independent schools

Josh O'Neill meets Chatsworth, a newcomer to the UK independent school market, and its private equity parent Synova Capital to discuss the group’s ambitious domestic and international expansion plans
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