A little about us.

We think you might like to hear a little bit about who we are and what we do.

Our vision for Canadian education
Canada has great schools. Students from Canada and from all around the world choose to further their education by studying at Canadian universities and colleges. But how do you select the best school for you? How can you be sure which school is the right choice for you? Will your school live up to your expectations? With so much information available about each school, how can you make sense of all of your choices?

Until now, these were very difficult questions to answer. To this day, students who are choosing a school are subject to biased information, indirect marketing and advertising campaigns, and limited by the subjective perspectives of the few current students or past alumni that they may speak with. This makes it difficult to understand what is important in selecting a school.

SchoolMatch Canada was born out of the idea that matching — not searching — is the simplest and most effective way to answer some of these questions. SchoolMatch takes a student's individual characteristics and uses them to identify the best possible schools for that student. Students are given unbiased results about which schools would fit them best and why. It's an entirely new way to think about finding the right school.

Our vision is to change the way that decisions are made. We strive to help all prospective students feel confidence in and improve their school choice by empowering them through information.

We are proud of the strides we've made in helping the thousands of students to date, but we don't want to stop there. Every school is different and with SchoolMatch Canada every student can find the right school for them.
SchoolMatch gives you information about which school suits you best
Who we are
SchoolMatch is a new face in education decision-making. Its two founding members, Jeff and Anthony, are both Toronto natives who faced difficulty in choosing the right school for their undergraduate degrees less than a decade ago.

Jeff obtained his undergraduate degree in Finance from the University of Western Ontario and recently completed his Masters of Business Administration (MBA) at the Schulich School of Business. He has worked at Google as a digital data strategist to help large technology companies improve their success using powerful informatics. Jeff has also volunteered with Junior Achievement for the past 5 years to help students succeed in both their personal and professional lives.

Anthony holds a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from the University of Toronto and an MBA from the Schulich School of Business. In his undergraduate years he collected and interpreted psychometric data from psychological studies for publication in academic journals. More recently has also worked with faculty at the Schulich School of Business on a Graduate-level textbook used nationally.

Since 2011 Jeff and Anthony have been researching, planning and learning about the best way to help students with the difficult choices they face when selecting a university or college. SchoolMatch Canada brings a fresh perspective to a decision that is increasingly clouded by noise. SchoolMatch is nimble yet focused, and always keeps the students' best interests in mind. We take what we do very seriously. And we know that the time you spend with SchoolMatch will pay dividends in the form of a rich and lasting post-secondary experience.

Jeff and Anthony can always be reached by email at:

jeff@schoolmatch.ca
anthony@schoolmatch.ca
The SchoolMatch Team is here for you.
Eco-Friendly Organization
SchoolMatch Canada not only wants to make an impact in the classroom, but also in the environment. We run a paperless office, and only use electronic delivery methods for all of our assessments and reports. We believe that every little bit that we can do for the environment helps us all.

Helping the environment, while empowering students to make better post-secondary decisions - it just makes sense to us.
SchoolMatch finds it easier to reduce paper