Leap: Study-abroad Platform Raises $75 Million in Series D Funding

Leap – Study-abroad platform has raised $75 million in Series D funding led by existing investor Owl Ventures.

Leap was Founded in 2019 by Arnav Kumar and Vaibhav Singh and is based in San Francisco with an office in Bengaluru. Last year in September 2021, the company had raised $55 million in Series C funding led by Owl Ventures.

Leap co-founders Arnav Kumar and Vaibhav Singh

Leap owns platforms like LeapScholar, LeapFinance, and Yocket that offer counselling, visa assistance, education loans, and financial help for students wanting to study abroad. The company also offers services for international test preparations like IELTS, TOEFL, and SAT.

Leap is a San Francisco-based study-abroad platform with an office in Bengaluru. The company aims to allocate these funds to bring innovation in existing products, building partnerships with foreign educational institutions, geographical expansion and future development of new products.

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