Seek Group returned for a series F round that boosted the Stanford faculty-founded adult education provider's valuation to $2.5bn.

Coursera, a US-based online education spinout of Stanford University, received $130m in series F funding on Friday from investors including recruitment firm Seek Group. Venture capital firm New Enterprise Associates (NEA) led the round, which valued Coursera at $2.5bn, according to The Information. Kleiner Perkins, Learn Capital, SuRo Capital Corp and G Squared also took…

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