CASTALIA’S PROJECT IN MONGOLIA FEATURED ON JETRO’S REGIONAL ANALYSIS REPORT

On mobile learning using Goocus, for the preparation of college entrance examinations

 

Castalia’s mobile learning project in Mongolia is featured on the “Regional Analysis Report”, an international business information section
of Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO)’s official website.

 

Entitled “Edtech app from a Japanese company designed to help preparation of college entrance examinations enjoys popularity:
Seizing high school students’ needs in the wake of COVID-19 outbreak”, the article features an interview with Castalia’s project manager
Minami Suzuki, who talks about our partnership in Mongolia and the country’s educational market.

 

Mongolia – Edtech app from a Japanese company designed to help preparation of college entrance examinations enjoys popularity:
Seizing high school students’ needs in the wake of COVID-19 outbreak”

https://www.jetro.go.jp/biz/areareports/2020/264a15516b364a47.html

(Article is in Japanese language only)

 

[Summary]

– In the wake of the COVID-19 outbreak, the app expanded its share in a short period of time.

– The project aims to achieve equal opportunities in education by taking advantage of technology

– Castalia’s first project in Mongolia went into actual service in about four months.

– With compatibility with multiple languages as strength, Castalia continues to strive on problem solutions during and after the pandemic

 

 

Screenshots of the learning app (taken from Bagshiin Tuslah LLC website)