Destinations platform for students
The myriad of options for students leaving school poses a difficult and often confusing challenge to them, their parents and their teachers. Unifrog approached us to build a platform to help pupils navigate their opportunities and make smart, informed decisions.
The launch of Unifrog marked a fundamental change in how young people find and apply for post-16 and post-18 opportunities. For the first time, every opportunity in the UK has been brought together in one place.
The platform allows students to compare opportunities side by side based on personal information such as predicted grades, location and career aspirations. Prospects are then ranked by different factors, including starting salary, distance from home and weekly study hours.
Unifrog aims to widen each student’s horizons through its intelligent suggestion tools, which propose courses and apprenticeships relevant to the individual, and simplifies the application process.
found Unifrog useful
"Not only do we trust SAV to deliver high quality and speedy technical results, but their advice is invaluable. We recommend them wholeheartedly."
Alex Kelly, Director
Unifrog solves administrative headaches, making it easy for students to generate lists of their preferred opportunities and automatically send them on to their teachers. They can record what they’re good at and write CVs and personal statements, which their teachers can review, give feedback on and write references for.
The site also acts as a to-do list, letting everyone know what the next task is, so it all gets done. For the school it raises both attainment and students’ aspirations, and it fulfils its statutory duty to provide independent impartial guidance on all opportunities available. It also creates a perfect audit trail, making the school Ofsted-ready.
"Put simply - Unifrog is a must. The platform has transformed our approach to university applications. We now have alumni studying university courses that they hadn't known existed prior to using Unifrog."
Nigel Youngman, Director of Sixth Form, Open Academy
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