WeWork, 2U Team Up to Focus on Lifelong Learners

January 24, 2018
 

Inside Higher Ed reported this week on the announcement by the online program management company 2U of a partnership with the co-working space behemoth WeWork that takes aim at the burgeoning marketplace of workers looking to burnish their career prospects through a widening array of credentials.

Through the partnership, which also incorporates technology from the WeWork-owned boot camp Flatiron School, the companies hope to gain a significant foothold in the lifelong learning market, in direct competition with companies such as General Assembly and Galvanize, which also offer non-degree-level credentials and short courses in hip shared office spaces that the companies call campuses.

Read more about the arrangement here.

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