Leap’s IELTS Program Witnesses Massive Adoption; Over 2 Lakh Students Trained within 5 months of Launch
New Delhi: Leading overseas ed-tech platform Leap’s IELTS training program has been attended by more than 2 Lakh study abroad aspirants since its launch in February 2021, making it the country’s largest online IELTS training program. one of the most successful IELTS training programs in the country. The program offers a whole suite of curated courses, delivered fully digitally on the web and the app.
The International English language testing system or IELTS is a globally accepted standardization test, designed to gauge the English language proficiency of non-native speakers who are planning to study or work abroad.
About 8,000 students join Leap’s online IELTS classes every day. The program has witnessed the majority of participants from states like Punjab, Gujarat, Kerala, Andhra Pradesh, and Telangana. Leap’s IELTS program has attracted more than 50% participation from students in Tier 2 and Tier 3 cities.
Speaking on the growth of the IELTS program Vaibhav Singh, Co-founder of Leap said,
“The high enrolment number is due to the flexibility offered by the program with self-paced courses and tailored live learning solutions. Beyond masterclasses and app-based learning, we have also built a strong community of IELTS learners to promote peer-to-peer interactions.
This has enabled us to reach a large number of students in tier 2, tier 3 cities in India, who had limited access to offline learning resources due to pandemic-induced lockdowns. IELTS is an important milestone in a students’ study abroad journey and we aim to help a million students prepare for the exam in the next 12 months”.
The company also has a rigorous selection process to onboard IELTS trainers and ensures they undergo mandatory training. Only after receiving the program certificate following the extensive training, teachers are allowed to take their first class.
To help students feel confident and assess their preparation levels, Leap organized a free National IELTS mock test last month that saw more than 15000 registrations. Further, the company plans to introduce ‘IELTS Speaking Rooms’ on the mobile app where students across the country can interact with each other and hone their English speaking and listening skills. The feature is currently being rolled out to select users only and will be made available for all in the months to come.