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Meet the organisations that we work with to bring students the best all round information.

UCAS, or the Universities and Colleges Admission Service, is the official admissions service for students applying for UK undergraduate courses. UCAS is at the heart of connecting people to higher education. Millions of students have gone through its application process since it was formed in 1994. Whatuni works with data provided by UCAS to ensure that prospective students have access to the most relevant, and accurate information available, in order to help them find the right course at the right university.

The Higher Education Statistics Agency, or HESA, is the official source of data information from universities and higher education colleges in the UK. HESA collects information from universities, higher education colleges and other differently funded providers of higher education each year. This data is published as official statistics each year for use by a variety of stakeholders including academic researchers, students, and private companies. Whatuni makes use of the data published by HESA on student demographics to help us provide the most relevant information for each and every student.

Nyumbani UK & The Hotcourses Foundation help disadvantaged children infected or affected by HIV most of whom are orphans. The Foundation was started 23 years ago and we now support over 3,000 children in 3 key areas:

  • - Nyumbani Village, a self-sustaining community for 1,000 orphans and elders built from scratch 3 hours outside Nairobi. The village provides education and housing to enable students to progress from a young age through to tertiary education, secure a successful job or even set up their own business;
  • - Nyumbani Children’s home caring for 120 orphaned children who are HIV+, giving the best nutritional, medical, psychological and academic care available and living at Nyumbani Children’s Home until they enter adulthood and are self-reliant;
  • - Lea Toto assisting 3,000 HIV+ children living within eight slums across Nairobi providing food, uniforms, books and school fees as well as medical care including access to anti-retroviral drugs and counselling.