Coursera, the world's leading online education provider, announced that it raised almost $50 million in funding for their expansion plans to China, the Americas and India.
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US-based education startup Coursera added another USD20 million to its USD43 million Series B funding, bringing in a total of USD63 million for the round.
Cousera raised an additional USD 20 million in funding, bringing to a total tally of USD 63 million raised just from its Series B funding round. Backers behind this round were three of the universities that offered courses on Coursera and existing investors such as GSV Capital and Learn Capital.
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