IELTSMaterial.com is now the world’s largest IELTS learning platform.
IELTSMaterial has over 1 million monthly user sessions and half a million unique users, a significant lead over the competition.
“From 2020, we are #1 in multiple IELTS learning products. Every month, 500K students from 100 countries use the platform for over 2 million minutes. We have three main products: our award-winning ebooks, self-learning for time-strapped students, and 1:1 live learning where our trainers work exclusively with each student to achieve their IELTS band goals. Every month, over 1000 students enrol in our exclusive 1:1 classes, with an average band score of 7.5. Students from India, UAE, Uzbekistan, Bangladesh and other South East Asian countries are among them “IELTSMaterial COO Divyansh Chaudhari.
IELTS is one of the most popular exams in the world, with over 3.5 million students from over 100 countries taking it to study abroad or get a PR in countries like Canada. India is the second largest market for IELTS after China, followed by Southeast Asian and Middle Eastern countries. Due to the time lost due to COVID, there is a huge demand for studying abroad and immigration, creating huge tailwinds as countries open their borders.
A team of ex-British Council trainers, evaluators, and academics created IELTSMaterial.com’s pedagogy and curriculum. Technology-enabled and hyper-personalized learning experiences make learning trackable, measurable, and outcome driven. Preparing for the IELTS exam using their proprietary exam platform gives students a virtual exam experience.
The future of learning is technology-led, so technology is at the core of every learning experience we build, says Divyansh from IELTSMaterial.
It plans to train 100,000 students annually by December 2021, making it one of the largest global online learning companies. They also plan to expand their services to include helping students choose the right college to study abroad and completing the visa and PR process to work in countries like Canada, Australia, and the UK.
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