Educators are earning millions of pounds in profit from the sale of online education.
Students in the e commerce industry are earning hundreds of millions of Euros in profit each year from online education, according to an exclusive investigation into the business.
The study, conducted by online educational provider Udemy, found that the average profit per student in the industry was €2,854.
That is more than the average salary of an English language teacher in the UK.
But the study also revealed that a further 10% of the ecommerce academy’s students were earning £1,853 each.
This meant that an average of €2.4m a year was being generated for the industry.
This means that teachers earn an average income of more than £7,000 a year, or €10,000 per student.
It is a figure which could be worth up to 50% of a teacher’s salary, according a study conducted by the National Education Research Centre for Teachers and Students.
The figures are based on figures from a study by the European Union’s Higher Education Council, which analysed data from more than 60 ecommerce academies across the EU.
These academies operate in a way that is completely unregulated, so there is no requirement for them to report any profit on their books.
This leaves the profits available to teachers to be maximised.
For example, at the most successful ecommerce Academy in Spain, the total income generated for each student is €12,738.
This means that a student earning a profit of €4,965 a year is likely to receive a total of €12.7m from the company.
This suggests that there are approximately £2.3bn worth of online courses offered in the United Kingdom alone.
These figures are not a reflection of the quality of the content that is being offered or the quality that the students are receiving.
The findings also indicate that the numbers are skewed by a small number of ecommerce companies offering courses in some of the most deprived areas in the country.
This is because there are no national qualifications for teachers, and many schools do not have teachers who can teach in English.
It can be argued that these academies are more of a marketing tool than an education provider, and therefore should be classified as education institutions.
But this is a view that has been supported by experts in the field.
Professor Richard Clements, director of the Centre for Educational Marketing and Training at the University of York, told The Independent that there is nothing wrong with a company using the numbers to sell itself.
“It’s important to remember that the academy itself is a business.
It’s about selling the courses to people,” he said.”
There is a difference between selling the education and selling the course.”
Professor Clements also said that this is not necessarily the case in the education sector.
“The education sector is one of the biggest business in the world, but it is not the only one,” he explained.
“This is not just about teaching.
It is about selling things.”
The Independent understands that some of these companies are also offering courses that are offered in countries with lower standards.
Theresa May has said that the government is determined to improve the quality and efficiency of the curriculum in education.