There remain both challenges and opportunities for educating the world’s youngest continent. HolonIQ clients receive regular market updates from our Africa research partner.
How are Africa’s Top 50 EdTech Startups of 2020 performing and where are they now?
Pre COVID, nearly five million international students studied overseas each year. In November 2019, before the pandemic hit, we shared our outlook that, by 2030, expected to see seven million international students each year.
HolonIQ’s annual list of the most innovative EdTech startupsacross Sub-Saharan Africa.
Mapping the conversation on the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goal for Education.
International Education in 2030
503 education professionals from over 50 countries report lack of innovation, poor economic sustainability, teacher shortages, unequal access and escalating cost as the major risks to global education.
Mapping the conversation on the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals for Education
Africa’s first EdTech incubator graduates first two cohorts. UNICAF’s online degree platform raises $28 million. Private school attraction in the continent is creating more market opportunities.
Africa’s largest online learning platform raises $28 million. EdTech incubator Injini holds demo days while its alumni raises R500K.
Report finds Education quality on a decline in Africa. Government and businesses come together to address challenges facing education.
Strong private school growth and acquisition activity. African EdTech startups selected to join 2018 MIT Solver Class. UK government announces $38 milllion funding for school partnerships.