Montreal educational startup Oohlala raises $5.2m Canadian in Series A

OOHLALA, a Montreal based mobile app designed to provide college students with information about their university, including events and course schedules, raised $4 million USD in Series A funding. University Ventures led the round, and was joined by Y Combinator, GoAhead Ventures, Real Ventures, LiYuan VC, Fundersclub, and several angel investors including Joe Montana.

Oohlala’s mission is to help higher ed institutions improve the student experience. The product extends to all aspects of student life, and strives to reduce the complexity of campus life into a simplified user experience that facilitates student success.

As an education technology company, the mission is to provide both a valuable product to students and insightful data for administrators to improve efficacy.

The vision is shared by 175+ institutions we partner with across the world, each of whom has worked alongside us and helped us craft the best experience possible for students.




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