The online learning platform Coursera announced that it raised $64 million in its fourth round of funding.
The company said it will use the money to speed up innovation, grow its courseware and enhance alliances.
“Our Series D funding will allow us to accelerate our product innovation efforts, grow our high quality and stackable degree portfolio, and build business and government partnerships in order to address the needs of a global workforce”, stated the company in a blog post.
Also, Coursera invites people interested in working with it to apply for a position in its career page, as the startup will grow its team over the remainder of 2017.
“While we have an amazing team at Coursera, we’ll need more great talent to achieve these bold objectives.”
The company has 26 million registered users and offers 2,000 courses in association with more than 150 institutions.