Universities tool details students' interest in and admissions success to a specific university.

On the Universities overview page, you can filter by graduation year or by destination country. Once you click on the university of your choice, a university overlay will pop up with the following features/tabs selectable.



The trends feature will allow you to compare how students from your school have performed year over year at a given university and even contextualise the counselling advice provided to future students building a balanced application list. 
The data is presented in 2 different ways so you can interpret it as needed, we have the table view and also the graph. You can see from the table (shown above) the number of students that shortlisted this uni, no of applications, the successful outcomes received, unsuccessful outcomes and students actually attending. You can also see more years past data. 


The applications tab will show you by student their application deadline dates as well as the status of their application.


Similarly the shortlists tab will show you the students name and links to any research notes.


The graph displays schools students application data points for the selected university. It is based on grades and test scores and the colour represents the outcomes of the applications.
  • Green - Accepted
  • Red - Rejected
  • Yellow - Waitlisted
  • Grey - No outcomes
You can change the axis to see different grades and compare that with particular tests. Hovering on each data point will also show more info on each application.
Scattergram is a feature similar to Analytics > University offers tab. We highly recommended using Scattergram in Universities as it displays full application data for all students (current or archived students with BridgeU accounts and students imported from Historical Data without BridgeU accounts). Please also note that Scattergrams required at least 3 data points to be plotted on the chart: at least one advisor-entered grade/score (We only support IB Predicted, 4.0 GPA, Weighted GPA so you might need to convert different scores first) and students need to have added an application to that university.

University info

University info will show the university profile same in the matcher


In courses you will see all the courses available at this university


Documents shows all document requirements for the selected university


Deadlines shows all the deadlines for the selected university
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