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Edtech Leap Scholar to invest $20m in Middle East

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South Asia’s largest study abroad platform, Leap Scholar, has announced its entry into the Middle East.

Over the following year, the company will invest $20 million in the Middle East to build a workforce to handle students’ end-to-end study abroad needs.

Students from Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Oman, Bahrain, Qatar, Kuwait, Israel, and Jordan will now be allowed to participate in Leap Scholar’s programmes.

Zuhaib Khan has been named vice president of international expansion by the San Francisco-based corporation to help them accelerate its operations in the Middle East.

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