Apollo Education Group

Apollo Education Group, Inc. was founded in 1973 in response to a gradual shift in higher education demographics from a student population dominated by youth to one in which approximately half the students are adults and over 80 percent of whom work full-time. Apollo's founder, John Sperling, believed -- and events proved him right -- that lifelong employment with a single employer would be replaced by lifelong learning and employment with a variety of employers. Lifelong learning requires an institution dedicated solely to the education of working adults. Today, Apollo Education Group, Inc., through its subsidiaries, the University of Phoenix, the College for Financial Planning, and Western International University, has established itself as a leading provider of higher education programs for working adults by focusing on servicing the needs of the working adult. Apollo Education Group is an Equal Opportunity Employer and welcomes diversity.

Company Growth (employees)
Type
Public
HQ
Phoenix, US
Founded
1973
Size (employees)
19,000 (est)-17%
Website
apollo.edu
Apollo Education Group was founded in 1973 and is headquartered in Phoenix, US

Apollo Education Group Office Locations

Apollo Education Group has offices in Phoenix, Memphis, Southfield, Westminster and in 52 other locations
Phoenix, US (HQ)
4025 S Riverpoint Pkwy
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Apollo Education Group Data and Metrics

Apollo Education Group Financial Metrics

Apollo Education Group's revenue was reported to be $484.5 m in Q1, 2016
USD

Revenue (Q1, 2016)

484.5 m

Net income (Q1, 2016)

3.2 m

EBIT (Q1, 2016)

8.4 m

Market capitalization (01-Feb-2017)

1.1 b

Closing share price (01-Feb-2017)

10

Cash (30-Nov-2016)

517.3 m
Apollo Education Group's current market capitalization is $1.1 b.
USDFY, 2013FY, 2014FY, 2015FY, 2016

Revenue

3.7 b3 b2.6 b2.1 b

Revenue growth, %

(18%)(15%)(18%)

EBIT

114.9 m(65.6 m)

EBIT margin, %

4%(3%)

Interest income

3.1 m4 m

Pre tax profit

105.6 m(71.5 m)

Net Income

24.3 m(91 m)
USDQ2, 2014Q3, 2014Q1, 2014Q2, 2015Q3, 2015Q1, 2015Q2, 2016Q3, 2016Q1, 2016

Revenue

679.1 m799.9 m719.1 m578.6 m681.5 m586 m465.3 m558 m484.5 m

Sales and marketing expense

143.4 m139.9 m128.8 m127.4 m119.5 m93.8 m97.8 m87.5 m91 m

General and administrative expense

67.7 m75.6 m72.4 m70.6 m65.3 m70.3 m65.8 m59.1 m51.3 m

Operating expense total

211.1 m215.5 m201.2 m198 m184.8 m164.1 m163.6 m146.6 m142.3 m

EBIT

7.1 m113.1 m60.5 m(54.5 m)90.7 m(45.2 m)(80.8 m)32 m8.4 m

EBIT margin, %

1%14%8%(9%)13%(8%)(17%)6%2%

Interest expense

2 m1.9 m1.7 m1.7 m1.7 m1.5 m2 m1.6 m1.4 m

Interest income

599 k453 k589 k740 k762 k919 k923 k1 m1.1 m

Pre tax profit

5.9 m111.3 m58.1 m(56.7 m)87.7 m(46.6 m)(83 m)31.2 m7.4 m

Income tax expense

6.3 m(46.3 m)(25.7 m)20.5 m(40.2 m)(12.2 m)19.8 m(11.4 m)(4.2 m)

Net Income

12.2 m65 m32.5 m(36.1 m)47.4 m(62.1 m)(63.1 m)19.8 m3.2 m
USDFY, 2013FY, 2014FY, 2015FY, 2016

Cash

1.4 b1.2 b503.7 m464 m

Accounts Receivable

215.4 m225.4 m198.5 m225 m

Current Assets

2.1 b2 b1.3 b1.1 b

PP&E

472.6 m435.7 m370.3 m332.7 m

Goodwill

103.6 m259.9 m247.2 m272.7 m

Total Assets

3 b3.1 b2.2 b2 b

Accounts Payable

73.1 m63.9 m64.1 m59.6 m

Total Debt

692.1 m657.1 m45.6 m90.8 m

Current Liabilities

1.6 b1.5 b832.3 m715.5 m

Total Liabilities

936.3 m

Retained Earnings

5 b5.1 b5.2 b5 b

Total Equity

1.1 b1.2 b1.1 b1.1 b

Debt to Equity Ratio

0.6 x0.6 x0 x0.1 x

Debt to Assets Ratio

0.2 x0.2 x0 x0 x

Financial Leverage

2.7 x2.6 x1.9 x1.9 x
USDQ2, 2014Q3, 2014Q1, 2014Q2, 2015Q3, 2015Q1, 2015Q2, 2016Q3, 2016Q1, 2016

Cash

645.9 m638.8 m585 m566.1 m577.2 m419.8 m408.8 m361.5 m517.3 m

Accounts Receivable

199.1 m201.7 m251.5 m235.5 m220.9 m214.4 m238.6 m193.5 m246.3 m

Current Assets

1.4 b1.4 b1.4 b1.4 b1.4 b1.2 b1.1 b1.1 b1.1 b

PP&E

457.5 m448 m418.1 m402.9 m399.6 m351.6 m346.5 m343.1 m321.3 m

Goodwill

233 m259.7 m248.9 m248.6 m244 m173 m266.8 m265.8 m265.7 m

Total Assets

2.5 b2.5 b2.4 b2.4 b2.4 b2 b2.1 b2 b2 b

Accounts Payable

64.3 m65.2 m68.4 m72.3 m72 m49.3 m70.8 m56.3 m63.4 m

Current Liabilities

1 b948.1 m870.7 m920 m838.2 m751.5 m830.8 m723.7 m681.1 m

Retained Earnings

5.1 b5.2 b5.2 b5.2 b5.2 b5.1 b5 b5.1 b5 b

Total Equity

1.2 b1.2 b1.2 b1.1 b1.2 b1.1 b1 b1.1 b1.1 b

Financial Leverage

2.1 x2.1 x2 x2.1 x2 x1.9 x2.1 x1.9 x1.8 x
USDFY, 2013FY, 2014FY, 2015FY, 2016

Net Income

249 m204.8 m24.3 m(91 m)

Depreciation and Amortization

161.7 m150.6 m125.3 m109.9 m

Accounts Receivable

(100 m)(61 m)(74 m)(85.7 m)

Accounts Payable

(1.8 m)(12 m)2 m(5.5 m)

Cash From Operating Activities

478 m375.9 m168.6 m45.1 m

Purchases of PP&E

(119.3 m)(100.7 m)(98 m)(73.1 m)

Cash From Investing Activities

(264.7 m)(350.3 m)(154.3 m)(105 m)

Cash From Financing Activities

(74.3 m)(211.4 m)(724.7 m)17.5 m

Interest Paid

7.9 m7.7 m6.7 m6.8 m

Income Taxes Paid

201.1 m161.2 m47.8 m83 k
USDQ2, 2014Q3, 2014Q1, 2014Q2, 2015Q3, 2015Q1, 2015Q2, 2016Q3, 2016Q1, 2016

Net Income

12.2 m65 m32.5 m(36.1 m)47.4 m(62.1 m)(63.1 m)19.8 m3.2 m

Depreciation and Amortization

37.5 m37.7 m36.4 m34.8 m30.6 m27.4 m26.8 m28.3 m26.9 m

Accounts Receivable

199.1 m201.7 m251.5 m235.5 m220.9 m214.4 m238.6 m193.5 m246.3 m

Accounts Payable

64.3 m65.2 m68.4 m72.3 m72 m49.3 m70.8 m56.3 m63.4 m
Y, 2016

Financial Leverage

1.8 x

Apollo Education Group Median Salaries

Source: 163 public H-1B filings from Apollo Education Group

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