Terra Dotta Raises $6M to Streamline Study Abroad Enrollment and Registration

TERRA DOTTA has raised $6 million in venture funding from two investors, declining to specify what round the funding constituted or who the investors were. A portion of the funding—$1.6 million—will go towards paying executives and directors. The founders did not indicate what the rest of the funding would be used for.

The Chapel Hill, NC-based company makes a web-based platform for managing study abroad programs. The software controls the enrollment and registration of international students in higher education. Founded in 2001 by former University of North Carolina technology coordinators, Terra Dotta claims to work with over 470 educational institutions and businesses.

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