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The WorldGrad, a leading hybrid study abroad and learning platform has announced its ambitious international and indigenous expansion plans for the next two years. The company is planning to expand its existing international footprint and operations in Singapore, Australia, United Kingdom, United States of America, and Canada. The platform is also expanding its presence in India with its offices at key locations of the country like New Delhi, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Bangalore, and more. Furthermore, the firm is planning to hire around 500 resources to perform various roles that include teaching staff, content creators, operators, administrators, and marketing specialists. The WorldGrad has also opened its arms for people who have been let go from other edtech firms like Unacademy, Lido Learning and Vedantu which have collectively laid off 1800+ people.

The WorldGrad has established a strong track-record of academic excellence and student success. The platform has achieved an overseas progression rate of 100% for students who start with their hybrid study abroad programs. These programs follow an international curriculum supplemented with high quality one-to-one academic tutoring which help students bridge academic gaps and demonstrate academic commitment required to clear visa and other admission hurdles.  The WorldGrad has already won the prestigious LearnX award for its hybrid program. Students and parents have recognized the potential of the platform which has given impetus to this expansion plan.

The company is also amongst the first to add international virtual internships for its students. The virtual internship announced by the platform engages with over 4,000 host companies from 79 nations. This program complements overseas  academic skills with employability skills.

Talking about this expansion plan, Abhinav Mital, Co-Founder and MD of The WorldGrad said, “The WorldGrad is a pioneer in the international education segment and our mission is to ensure students succeed in their overseas studies and pursue flourishing global careers. We want to take the concept of hybrid study abroad programs to students across the country by expanding destination and program choices. ”

The WorldGrad is looking forward to continuing its mission of developing and delivering programs that meet international standards of education and bridge academic gaps for their students. In the past 12 months, the platform has helped over 50,000 students and is further planning to take the figure ahead to 500,000 in the coming five years.

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