Startup Profile: University Compass — get relevant information about universities, courses and career paths

by | Sep 5, 2017

Many prospective undergraduates do not have enough facts in making an informed university, course or career decision. University Compass was launched on April 27, 2017, by Seunla Osinowo to combat this problem.

We believe a number of undergraduates are struggling in their academics because they are studying courses they aren’t interested in. We have also created a university selection system that tells students and parents what university to send their wards based on their criteria. We are Nigeria’s first university search engine & course selection guide application.

Certainly, Nigerian students can relate to how daunting it is to select the appropriate schools for their preferred courses. The fear is usually that the university might not be the best option for the intended study course. According to the founder, the information provided on the platform allows students to make a comparison between schools, filter through available options and pick the most fitting for their study course.

If you are a student, there is no telling how resourceful University Compass could be. Visit the website immediately.


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Grace Akinosun
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