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uLesson offers an app that helps African students get a better education. It seeks to engage African students in a manner that is culturally-relevant and responds to the syllabi in their respective countries. uLesson employs an individualistic approach to learning, applying simplified teaching methods designed to amplify each student’s learning ability.
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Employees (est.) (Jul 2021)128(+8%)

uLesson Financials and Metrics

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uLesson total Funding

$10.6 m

uLesson latest funding size

$7.5 m

Time since last funding

6 months ago

uLesson investors

uLesson's latest funding round in January 2021 was reported to be $7.5 m. In total, uLesson has raised $10.6 m
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African edtech startup uLesson lands a $7.5 million Series A

ULesson, an edtech startup based in Nigeria that sells digital curriculum to students through SD cards, has raised $7.5 million in Series A funding. The round is led by Owl Ventures, which closed over half a billion in new fund money just months ago. Other participants include LocalGlobe and existin…

uLesson Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was uLesson founded?

    uLesson was founded in 2019.

  • How many employees does uLesson have?

    uLesson has 128 employees.

  • Who are uLesson competitors?

    Competitors of uLesson include Aanaab, Coassemble and BabySparks.