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CcHub and Mastercard Foundation Edtech Acceleration Cohort II for African Edtech Startups

African Edtech Startups

If you are an African focused EdTech startup incorporated in Nigeria who is  building solutions that address challenges across K-12, tertiary education and vocational skills training, then this call for application is tailored just for you!

CcHub and Mastercard Foundation are partnering to empower EdTech startups who are building tools that enhance learning outcomes and accelerate access to equitable and quality education for Africa’s next generation.

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Startups that make it into our accelerator programme enjoy the following benefits;

  • Exposure to a vibrant network of investors
  • Coaching and mentoring by successful founders and experts
  • Expert advisory from experts across Learning Science, Product development, Marketing,  Sales, and Talent Management
  • Access to community of practice to test out products
  • Network with other founders building amazing solutions in edtech
  • Access to USD100k equity-free funding
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Who should apply? 

General Application Requirements: 

  • African focused EdTech Solutions across K-12, Tertiary Education, Formal Skills, Corporate, Learning and Informal Skills
  • Incorporated in Nigeria 
  • Post-Minimum Viable Product stage -Working product with Users
  • Scalable solution
  • Balanced team passionate about education

Applicants should apply via this link  https://futureoflearning.cchub.africa/   

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Female founders are strongly encouraged to apply.

For those passionate about leveraging technology to transform education and create a more inclusive and equitable learning environment, this fellowship is a pathway to bring your ideas to life and contribute to shaping the future of education in Nigeria.

For more information please feel free to email us at [email protected]

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