Polish edtech startup CampusAI raises €9.2M in a pre-seed round

CampusAI, a Warsaw-based startup offering interactive platforms teaching collaboration with AI, has raised €9.2 million in a pre-seed funding round led by the Polish angel investor Maciej Zientara. The investment will support CampusAI’s expansion abroad.

About CampusAI

  • Founded in 2023, СampusAI provides a generative platform that transforms online education into a real adventure. It offers development through so-called blended learning, combining online learning, community-based development, and the opportunity to gain experience while carrying out projects within a virtual campus. 
  • The startup claims its avatar-based blended learning model boasts completion rates up to 10 times those of traditional e-learning methods. Corporate clients can use the CampusAI platform to build comprehensive e-learning suites that support digital transformation.
  • CampusAI’s model builds on the work by Aleksandra Przegalińska, a visiting research fellow at Harvard University and an associate professor at Warsaw’s Kozminski University. She and Kozminski Professor Dariusz Jemielniak, the co-author of her 2023 book Strategizing AI in Business and Education, serve on the company’s scientific advisory board.

Our Human+AI Collaboration model makes people more proactive, creative, and effective, allowing an organization’s leaders to engage their teams at all levels in their vision for transformation driven by generative AI,

Aureliusz Górski, CampusAI co-founder and CEO, said.
  • The fresh investment was led by the Polish angel investor Maciej Zientara, the founder of Supernova Group and a partner in JR Holding.

CampusAI aims to use the funding to develop its online training ecosystem, enter as many as 10 new markets and teach 200,000 new users how to collaborate better with artificial intelligence.