Coursera, an online platform that offers university and technical classes, announced Thursday it raised $103 million in Series E funding that valued the company “well north” of $1 billion, according to a Coursera spokesperson.
SEEK Group led the round, and existing investors Future Fund and NEA also participated.
Coursera has 40 million registered learners, up from 26 million in June 2017. The platform 3,200+ courses, 300+ Specializations, and 14 degrees from 150 universities across the world.
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Online learning startup Coursera is the newest member of Silicon Valley’s unicorn club after securing $103 million in Series E funding Thursday.
Australian-based SEEK Group led the round that valued Coursera “well north” of $1 billion, according to a company spokesperson. Existing investors Future Fund and NEA also participated in the round.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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