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StudyCrown: Hassle free study in NZ for Foreigners made Study in New Zealand hassle free for International Students

Education Sector is booming in New Zealand and International students want to study in NZ because of high quality education, innovative teach techniques and New Zealand offers this quality education experience in a safe, welcoming, affordable, clean and beautiful environment. is a New Zealand based revolutionary EdTech Startup. An online platform, for education seekers and providers, striving to provide technology driven solutions to make education accessible.

Founders of Study Crown, Rahim Contractor and Simeljeet Kaur graduates from Manukau Institute of Technology (MIT), New Zealand says "Researching and finding courses online in NZ can often be a difficult and time-consuming process. We know that because we have done it ourselves in 2009. Our aim with Study Crown is to give students all the information they need in one place, and streamline the process to get in touch with education providers quickly and efficiently"

They noticed a huge gap in the data being catered and the quality of information sought by students in the pre-admission session. They started comparing experience and frustration on applying to study in New Zealand.

To streamline the process of application to institutes and removing the obstacles for international students to study in New Zealand they came up with the idea of, which is now a best-in-class education portal, powered by an expert team.

Revenue model

Educational provider listing which has information about institutes, fees, hostel, reviews etc. is free for all providers and there are paid features where institutes can advertise to increase the visibility of their listing across the website.

Apart from this, they also work on Cost Per Lead, where they share an aspirant information with institute.



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