Navitas has announced “solid growth” in revenue, earnings and margins so far in FY2016. It has also reiterated its commitment to continue its aggressive growth strategy in North America in the coming year, where it has seen 18% year-on-year growth in student numbers to spring 2015.
Two bills updating the ESOS Act have been passed in Australia, promising to reduce administrative costs and enhance quality assurance. However, an amendment to rules on tuition fees paid in advance being placed in holding accounts did not pass.
A focus on pathways with a TNE twist, delivered in-country; better student integration on campus; and increasing sector-wide support for transparency of data around student progression and success were trends to be picked out of a panel discussion on pathway providers that happened this week. Beckie Smith reports.
Global education provider Navitas will purchase a 51% share in the University of Canberra’s pathway college for $4.9m, it has announced. The partnership aims to boost enrolments, a Navitas spokesperson told The PIE News.