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Leap Raises $75 M In Series D Funding

The startup has now raised over $150 million in equity since it was founded in 2019

South Asia’s overseas education company Leap has raised $75 million (Rs 585 crore) in Series D funding led by Owl Ventures. 

The round saw participation from new investors Steadview Capital and Paramark Ventures along with existing investors Jungle Ventures and Sequoia Capital India. The startup has now raised over $150  million in equity since it was founded in 2019. 

Leap, which runs LeapScholar, LeapFinance and Yocket, is a full-stack international student mobility platform. The company runs the world’s online community of study abroad aspirants with over two million students. Centred around the community, Leap offers a suite of products to cover an international student’s lifecycle. These include international test prep like IELTS, TOEFL, SAT, etc admissions and visa counselling as well as financial offerings like international student loans,  international bank accounts, credit cards and money remittance services. 


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