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17/01/2020
Kayleen and Larry Ferguson are giving $50 million from the Ferguson Family Foundation to transform the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources.
17/01/2020
Riverston Group, a privately owned niche school operator has announced 2018-2019 EBITDA in excess of £1.15 million.
17/01/2020
New York City-headquartered education technology holding company Aspen Group today announced the pricing of its underwritten public offering.
17/01/2020
UPP Group Holdings, which provides on-campus residential and academic accommodation infrastructure, and UPP REIT Holdings, have appointed Elaine Hewitt as chief executive.
17/01/2020
An unidentified expanding family run nursery group has acquired Fingerprints Nursery in Cleckheaton, West Yorkshire.
17/01/2020
Online career training school MedCerts has appointed Kelly Hover to the newly created role of executive vice-president of operations and student engagement.
17/01/2020
GradGuard has appointed Derrick Shy as vice-president of campus development.
17/01/2020
Bright Scholar Education Holdings has announced net income of ¥204.3 million (£22.8 million) for the first quarter of its 2020 fiscal year.
17/01/2020
Private investment firm Veritas Capital says its affiliate is acquiring Campus Management Acquisition Corp and Edcentric Holdings from private equity firm Leeds Equity Partners.
17/01/2020
Foresight Group, a UK-based private equity firm, has appointed corporate financiers from KPMG to oversee an auction of its stake in Poppy & Jack’s, a group of nine nurseries in the North of England, EducationInvestor Global can exclusively reveal.

At a time when British independent schools are transplanting their brands into China by the boatload, Chinese education groups have simultaneously embarked on buying sprees in the UK, US and Canada. Why are Eastern trade buyers hungry for Western assets, asks Josh O’Neill

Thailand aspires to become a regional hub for higher education and has implemented numerous incentives designed to lure foreign universities. Yet, only one so far has taken up the opportunity. Simone Rensch considers why

For decades, Palestinian businesswoman Manal Zraiq led numerous investment projects at Massar International, a private consulting firm that promotes sustainable development. Last year, she decided to focus all her time and energy on building private schools across Palestine. She explains what sparked her passion for education, the challenges around operating in this part of the world, and sets out opportunities for investors

Action Tutoring partners high-quality volunteer tutors with pupils to increase their subject knowledge, confidence and study skills, and works in partnership with schools. It’s on the lookout for new mentors and wants your help

Nick Holt, director of corporate development and strategy at GEMS Europe, which owns private schools group Bellevue Education, explains why his proprietorial platform is setting its sights on charity-backed independent schools in a bid to bolster its presence in the UK

In December, this publication launched the EIG Business Women in Education Network, which aims to help bridge the diversity gap within the education investment sector. Simone Rensch highlights the best bits of the inaugural event and sets out the network’s aspirations

Two former Navitas executives have re-entered the global pathways market with a new company in tow. One of them, John Wood, managing director and co-founder of upstart Camino Global Education, tells Simone Rensch why rapidly reaching scale isn’t part of his strategy

This publication takes the pulse of the global education industry, rounding up a host of predictions for what’s to come over the next year




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Europe | Movers & Shakers

Jamie Beaton, the 24-year-old co-founder and chief executive of Crimson Education, gives Simone Rensch a look inside the $245 million business he built while simultaneously getting degrees from Harvard, Stanford and Oxford
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Europe | UK M&A

Several sizeable private equity-backed UK training providers are set to hit the market in the coming months. Josh O'Neill considers the driving forces behind consolidation in this sector, and why these businesses are likely to fall back into the hands of buyout funds
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Europe | Movers & Shakers

Permira Funds investment professional Victoria Kayser sits down with Simone Rensch to talk about her company's entrance into European higher education and the importance of diversity in the male-dominated world of leveraged buyouts
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