Used by 20,000 students across 150 educations in 3 countries
“For the first time, I managed to have groups of the same size (as all the active students filled out the questions) and the groups worked really well. It also meant that I could concentrate on preparing the teaching and interacting with the students about the academic content instead of being preoccupied with making the groups"
Helle Alsted Søndergaard
92% of students said the work in their groups helped them understand the curriculum.
90% of students agreed that their groups worked well socially.
Reduced dropout rates
Educations using unihelper have experienced a 20% reduce in dropout rate.
Group Work Made Simple
Based on our experiences from creating more than 3,000 groups, we have developed a simple, effective, and flexible way of creating all types of groups within Higher Education.
Easy Self Setup for educators
Collecting in-depth data to connect students
Algorithm Analyzing and Building Optimal Groups
Intuitive User Portal and Administer Groups
Deep Insights for Support, Evaluation, Assessment, and Reallocation
“As a newly enrolled international student, UniHelper's system introduced me to a diverse group of students that not only helped my academic success, but also helped me grow as a person.”
Easy to get started
Unihelper is designed to be easily implemented and used by you, as it does not require integration with existing systems. Our service works 100% in the cloud, which means you can get started quickly without the need for involvement from your IT department.
Easy to setup
Our service offers a customized solution that considers all needs regarding group creation. This means you have full control over the entire process and do not need to make any changes for the solution to work effectively.
We know that everyone has different experiences and purposes of the groups. This is why we have created a very flexible solution that facilitates all sorts of group work and collaboration, such as online projects, exams, mentorship, assessment, reading and study groups, etc.