Online learning startup Coursera is now worth more than $1 billion

Business Insider | 4/25/2019 | Megan Hernbroth
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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.

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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.

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Coursera offers more than 3,200 online classes from 150...
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