Edtech startup AdmitKard raised $6.03 million in Series A from VC firm GSV Ventures

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Edtech startup AdmitKard raised $6.03 million in Series A from VC firm GSV Ventures where angel investors also participated.

AdmitKard uses advanced technology and data science to provide students with personalised overseas education solutions, assisting them in shortlisting universities, courses, and countries. The new funding will be used by the edtech startup to expand its product offering and accelerate business operations. It also intends to use the funds to grow its team and presence in key markets around the world. The edtech platform assists students in applying to universities and colleges in six countries: the United States, Australia, Canada, the United Kingdom, New Zealand, and Singapore. It claims to expose students to over 3000 universities in over 20 countries.

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Edtech startup AdmitKard raised $6.03 million in Series A from VC firm GSV Ventures

Edtech startup AdmitKard raised $6.03 million in Series A from VC firm GSV Ventures where angel investors also participated.

AdmitKard uses advanced technology and data science to provide students with personalised overseas education solutions, assisting them in shortlisting universities, courses, and countries. The new funding will be used by the edtech startup to expand its product offering and accelerate business operations. It also intends to use the funds to grow its team and presence in key markets around the world. The edtech platform assists students in applying to universities and colleges in six countries: the United States, Australia, Canada, the United Kingdom, New Zealand, and Singapore. It claims to expose students to over 3000 universities in over 20 countries.

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