Destinations, destinations, destinations

We believe that destinations - where students end up after school - is even more important than their academic performance. We partner with you to support students to progress into the best opportunity for them.

We do this by providing a one-stop-shop where students can explore their interests, then find and successfully apply for their best next step after school. We also help you and your colleagues to manage the progression process effectively.


Explore how interests lead to different education and training pathways. See what steps need to be ticked off to stand the best chance of application success. Study expert guides explaining how to navigate each step in the application process. Use MOOCs to try out different subject areas.


Compare every US university, every undergraduate course in the UK, every undergraduate programme taught in English in Europe, as well as opportunities in Canada, Australia and New Zealand. Compare every UK degree apprenticeship and School Leaver Programme, and every Oxbridge college and FE college course.


One place to collaboratively draft all the materials needed for applications - from the Common App Essay to UK Personal Statements, from US Letters of Recommendation to UK References. Best-practice guidance, multi-teacher feedback, complete version histories.


At-a-glance reports on where each student has got to with their applications. Record every careers guidance interaction. Support planning the year’s careers guidance programme. Plug-and-play careers teaching resources for every year group and pathway. Record and analyse destinations data.

How do schools rate us?

Over 1,000 partner schools say...


of our schools describe Unifrog as 'very' intuitive and easy to use.


of our schools rate our customer service as 'very good' or 'fantastic'.


of our schools say they would recommend us to other schools.

Who uses Unifrog?

More than 1,000 schools around the world

British International School RiyadhInternational School of BrusselsInternational School of FlorenceJumeirah English Speaking School Arabian RanchesKuwait English SchoolNew English School KuwaitSotogrande International SchoolSt John's School CyprusTanglin Trust SchoolBedford SchoolBellerbys College CambridgeBlundell's SchoolBradford Grammar SchoolBrentwood SchoolBrighton and Hove High SchoolBrighton CollegeBromley High SchoolCity of London School for GirlsClifton CollegeColston's SchoolCroydon High SchoolEmanuel SchoolEpsom CollegeEton CollegeGeorge Watson's CollegeGiggleswick SchoolHampton SchoolIpswich SchoolLlandovery CollegeLuckley House SchoolNHSG Newcastle High School for GirlsOxford High SchoolRoyal Grammar School WorcesterRoyal Hospital SchoolRydal PenrhosSherborne School for GirlsShiplake CollegeSolihull SchoolSutton High SchoolWisbech Grammar SchoolWoldingham SchoolAlcester Grammar SchoolAllerton High SchoolArden AcademyArk AcademyBalcarras SchoolBodmin CollegeCaludon Castle SchoolChew Valley SchoolChurchill Community CollegeGarforth AcademyGeorge Spencer Academy and Technology CollegeGordon's SchoolHeathside SchoolHighworth Grammar School for GirlsHinchley Wood SchoolLondon Academy of ExcellenceNew City College: Tower HamletsNunthorpe AcademyRadyr Comprehensive School

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Who's behind the frog?

Here's our senior team

   Coralie Colmez

Coralie Colmez, Co-Director and Co-Founder

Coralie co-authored Math on Trial: How Numbers Get Used and Abused in the Courtroom with her mother, mathematician Leila Schneps. The book uses ten historical legal cases to show how mathematics, especially statistics, can affect the outcome of criminal proceedings, especially when incorrectly applied or interpreted.

Coralie began her career as a research assistant on Carol Vorderman's task force, commissioned by the UK government to study the state of mathematics education in the United Kingdom.

Coralie read mathematics at Cambridge University under a Cambridge European Trust scholarship, graduating with a first-class degree and winning the Ryan Prize in Higher Mathematics.

  Alex Kelly

Alex Kelly, Co-Director and Co-Founder

Previously Alex founded and led the charity The Access Project, which matches high-flying graduates with students from disadvantaged areas for weekly academic tutorials. These sessions help the students achieve better grades and progress to top universities. Each week the charity delivers just under 1,000 hours of free tutorials.

Alex worked as a researcher for the UK’s then shadow Secretary of State for Education, focusing on initial teacher training, and what international school systems can teach the UK.

Alex’s first job was teaching English at Highbury Grove School in London. During his five years in the classroom, he developed what seems to have become a lifelong love for working in the sector.

Alex studied English at Oxford University.

 Stephen M. Smith

Stephen M. Smith, Senior Advisor

Steve is CEO of Intellispark, vice chair of the national board at College Possible, and a member of the board of the National College Access Network. Steve is co-author of Who Do You Think You Are: Three Critical Conversations for Coaching Teens to College & Career Success, published by John Wiley & Sons.

Steve was previously president and chief product officer at Hobsons where he led global product strategy, corporate development, student data privacy, and R&D. Steve joined Hobsons through the acquisition of Naviance, a leading college and career readiness technology platform used in 12,000 schools in more than 100 countries, where he was Co-Founder and Chief Executive.

Earlier in his career, Steve served as vice president of digital product development at Peterson’s, as a founding member of the Internet consulting practice at Thomson Technology Services Group, and as a practitioner faculty member at The Johns Hopkins University and Montgomery College.

Steve earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in history, cum laude, and an MBA from Cornell University.

Mary Curnock Cook

Mary Curnock Cook, Senior Advisor

Previously CEO of UCAS, the UK’s university admissions service, Mary’s non-executive portfolio remains steeped in education.  She Chairs the governing body at Swindon Academy and is on the Board of the multi-academy trust, United Learning; she’s also Chair of Kensington and Chelsea College, a general Further Education college, and The Access Project, the charity founded by Alex Kelly that helps low-income students get into the best universities.  She’s a non-exec director at The Student Loans Company, the Open University, and the charity, National Numeracy.  

Earlier in her career she held a number of senior roles in the education, hospitality, food and biotech sectors. She has an MSc from London Business School.

She was awarded an OBE in the Queen’s birthday honours in 2000, is a Fellow of Birkbeck, University of London, and has an honorary doctorate from the University of Gloucestershire.  She was on the original BBC Woman’s Hour Power List and the Debrett’s list of the 500 most influential people in the UK.