Appli was founded by two university students after their experience of applying for medicine and physics.
Frustrated by having to guess where they were most likely to get in they founded Appli to help future students to make better applications.
The team has grown rapidly since then and includes a diverse range of technical talent, business experts and experienced investors. We were recently accepted onto the University of Oxford’s Startup Accelerator at the Oxford Foundry: one of only 12 companies selected from over 300 applications.
What Our Students Say…
“This has given me so much peace of mind because I can be certain that I am applying to universities that are looking for the strengths I have. I now also have a basis of what these universities are looking for and can make sure to work on these things in my application.”Megan
“Before receiving my report I felt that I was very in the dark about how likely I was to get a place at highly competitive institutions. Appli not only helped me to confirm my choices but to also choose a 5th choice that I had an extremely likely chance of getting into.”Husayn
“Having doubted many times whether I was capable of getting a place at a medical school, the guide from Appli has helped reassure me and show me with sufficient evidence that in fact there are a lot of universities that I am a good candidate for.”Serena
“The overall experience of dealing with Appli was amazing: highlighting university choices that I previously didn't consider and making me think twice about applying to some of my firm offers! The ease-of-use of the interface was particularly good, allowing me to quickly and efficiently submit my personal details.”Aadil
“If you are somebody who knows they want to do medicine, but are unsure about where would be best to apply (in terms of being strategic about getting a place) then an Appli report will 100% be worth purchasing. The way it has been structured will help you reach an informed decision as to why you are suited to each medical school and why other medical schools not so much.”Charlotte