Utiva has a new EduTech network for its users in its existing marketplace, starting with the homegrown country, Nigeria. The EduTech start-up company is introducing a new practical learning scheme dubbed “Learn Now, Pay Later (LNPL)” that shares knowledge via a scheduled payment installation.
Utiva’s LNPL EduTech platform has reportedly partnered with six FinTech platforms focused on lending solutions to drive digital inclusion in terms of financial solutions and educational empowerment. The EduTech start-up company had budgeted to empower the hundred thousand students that reach out to be empowered.
The Utiva educational platform partnership with selected digital lenders intends to create lead career opportunities in specific tech-inclined fields including empowering them with essential tech skills in areas like data science, cloud computing, and product management.
The EduTech platform by Utiva is dedicated to tutoring one hundred thousand students in data science, software engineering, product management, and digital marketing. The career path available on the EduTech system is complete due to the mentorship and coaching to promote applied students’ careers.
The Nigerian EduTech platform will offer loans to 100,000 Nigerian students interested to magnify their skills digitally. This report denotes a new development in the African tech landscape that leverage barrier for tech partisans to indulge in the educational empowerment scheme for the sake of knowledge acquisition.
However, the EduTech platform has a built-in system that determines qualified users for its skill empowerment program via their creditworthiness. Utiva EduTech system developed a streamlined process for its LNPL initiative that gives users access to the EduTech syllabus once the application is completed.
Utiva’s EduTech approach has leveraged the digital landscape for enlisted Nigerians while lifting barriers and access to credit and opportunities for IQ growth. The EduTech start-up company has been in the educational empowerment scheme for three years since the platform’s debut during the global economic lockdown in 2020.
The Nigerian EduTech service provider did not disclose the digital lenders it partnered with to alter educational innovation in Africa via the LNPL initiative. Utiva’s prior corporate partnership with Binance has reportedly influenced several candidates to get to the frontline of acquiring crypto skills and token management.
Utiva has relentlessly worked with several inland governments to empower the Nigerian tech-savviest population. The EduTech service provider has reportedly drafted selected Nigerians based in Enugu to be a part of its EduTech initiative aside from the one thousand students impacted by Binance’s cryptocurrency system.