South African based EdTech Incubator Injini has opened applications for their Cohort 3 programme, which will run from May to September 2019 in Cape Town, South Africa.
Eight startups from across Africa will be chosen to join the programme for 4 months during which they will engage in workshops, mentoring and networking as well as technology, research and dedicated support from the Injini team.
For the first time, the programme is not only opened for-profit startups but also non-profit EdTech institution can apply with each startup eligible for US$7,500, after which the cohort will compete for a follow-on equity investment of up to US$75,000 per startup.
Founded in 2017, Injini is African’s first and only EdTech accelerator and has to date incubated 16 startups including Kenya’s M-Shule, South Africa based Zelda and Nigeria’s ScholarX.
Applications are now open and will close on 17th March 2019. Interested startups can apply here.
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