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23/04/2014
Skills providers have criticised a new youth employment programme that offers apprenticeships, warning it could “crowd out” existing schemes.
23/04/2014
The Association of University Directors of Estates (AUDE) has appointed Andrew Burgess as its new chairman.
23/04/2014
British tutoring firm Explore Learning has opened its first overseas centre in Dallas, Texas.
22/04/2014
Property investment fund Brandeaux has delisted its Student Accommodation Fund from the Irish Stock Exchange.
22/04/2014
US publisher John Wiley & Sons is to acquire CrossKnowledge, a French e-learning provider, for $175 million (£110 million) in cash.
17/04/2014
Elizabeth Corley is to join Pearson as an independent non-executive director from 1 May.
17/04/2014
International education firm AEC Education is to sell its 30% stake in two Malaysian businesses.
15/04/2014
The Major Minors nursery chain is on the block, EducationInvestor understands.
15/04/2014
The International Finance Corporation is considering investing up to $20 million (£12 million) in a new fund for education in developing markets.
14/04/2014
Learning Technologies Group (LTG) has acquired rival e-learning company Line Communications for £9 million.
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