“Education can propel the fast growing African countries into to high speed growth especially through startups & ITES sector”
“African Students & Professionals can study from the comfort of their homes and upgrade their careers”
“RiseBack is a small step in empowering the professionals to earn their future without Student Debt, this would make them more confident achieving their higher professional goals, leading to higher disposable income triggering economic activity”
Indian American Social Entrepreneur Dr. Tausif Malik after successfully launching the EdTech platform RiseBack.org offering Affordable Colleges Degree to students in the USA, launches the platform for the African professionals & students.
RiseBack is one of the first and only EdTech platform offering Undergraduate & Graduate degree programs and has partnered with leading Indian Universities to offer Affordable Colleges Degree to American Students and the African Students & Professionals.
Students & professionals can study for Undergraduate & Graduate degrees at affordable fees and they don’t need to worry about the High cost of Education & Student debt. RiseBack wants to focus on offering affordable Undergraduate & Graduate degree programs to students, as academic degree programs paves the foundation for higher-paying jobs and education.
The objective of RiseBack is to leverage globalization by connecting students with Indian Universities, so they achieve their personal and their family’s dream of going to college.
Indian universities are established under the University Grants Commission of India, hence degrees are accepted globally, hence students can pursue their professional and academic careers.
Malik said that “RiseBack is a small step in empowering the students to earn their future without Student Debt, this would make them more confident achieving their higher professional goals, leading to higher disposable income triggering economic activity”.
Africa is one of the fastest growing regions of the world with one of the highest youth populations and with recent various government initiatives the region is seen to be hub for the new economy such as startups, cryptos, blockchain, AI et al.
According to UNCTAD’s World Investment Report 2022 showed that the Foreign Direct Investment inflow into Africa grew to $83 billion, which was an increase of 1.1% compared to 2020 reflecting the massive potential of Africa’s startup ecosystem.