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Project Uni defines itself with its personalized approach. We provide counselling tailored to each specific student’s concerns and needs. Listed below are some common requests we get from students.


Math tutoring

1-on-1 sessions with an experienced tutor

The flexibility you need for the grades you want 

A suite of resources, including on-demand lessons, notes, previous tests etc.

Application & ESSAY EDIT

In-depth consultation and essay editing via Zoom

Craft a compelling and authentic application 

Get the perspective of a current student

Reputable advice, detailed comments, feedback and suggestions


Mentorship from previously accepted students

Learn hidden keys to successful interviews 

Mock interview sessions using real questions from previous applicants interviews


1-on-1 meetings with your personal admissions expert

Comprehensive support and resources through your entire admissions process

University & scholarship application strategizing 

Community leadership development

Take control of your future. 

Where our students are now

Grades are crucial, but it’s the strength of your supplemental application that determines your future. Most applicants, believe it or not, have startlingly identical profiles: excellent athletes, DECA finalists, class presidents, club founders, and so on. As such, the majority of students fail to submit a compelling supplemental application. We assist students in developing their 'wow factor,' an extracurricular activity that truly stands out to craft a compelling and authentic application. Allow Project Uni's reputable counsellors to guide you in showcasing your BEST self with the support and feedback you need. 

Spend less time worrying and second-guessing your decisions. 


Take the first step to boosting your chances of success by submitting the form below. 

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  • Do you have any other questions we didn't answer?
    Feel free to click the little box in the bottom right corner of your screen to talk to a Project Uni staff member and get the answers to your questions!
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