How secure is “guaranteed rental income”?
By: Thomas Hale
The rise in international students drives to the heart of the global economy.
Greenwich School of Management received over £150m in government loans.
GSM London goes into administration.
The rise of international student recruitment.
Investors thought they'd make 10 percent returns, but may now be on the hook for ground rents and service charges.
A £4bn partnership to build thousands of homes.
The group of private schools needs to repay a bond in December
The educational balance of payments is finally being accounted for.
A Cardiff University bond.
A detailed look at one educational lender.
The rise of fake degrees.
If you build it, they will come.
A new hurdle for the group's ambitious expansion plans.
Universities as real estate speculators.
The risks of ideological diversity.
Follow the philanthropy.
Questions mount over rapid expansion of private school owner Alpha Plus group
There is nothing new under the sun.
Speculating on the future of student loans.
A fuzzy hierarchy of prestige
An early example of a global push to gain exposure to rental property.
The lone and level sands stretch far away.
An export model of education is exposed to ideological pressures from two directions
The flagship property development has suffered from major cost overruns
Durham university's latest accommodation project relies on specialist credit insurance.
English-speaking higher education sectors are reliant on international students.
A lack of transparency on how much it costs to fund UK education with credit
The strange treatment of student loans masks government spending