MyCareerMatch is one of the most respected higher education marketing and lead generation firms in the world.

 

As a trusted partner to higher educators worldwide for over 10 years, we have earned a reputation of providing the best quality student engagement, lead generation, outreach and recruitment tools, service and support. The very nature of what we do helps universities communicate their message and brand individually to each student and build valued relationships with future students. MyCareerMatch enjoys broad support from 1400+ universities, schools colleges, skills training organisations and industry groups. Here are just a few…

 
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We passionately believe that student engagement should be fun and exciting, winning the hearts and minds of young people to follow their dreams. 

 

The idea for MyCareerMatch (MCM) was born in 2008 when founder, Nathan Chanesman, noticed that there were no career software products personalised for each student. And none suitable to engage and recruit future students for universities. Searching the internet, there were many that were generic, but none that personally excited, engaged and inspired students about their strengths and what they could do with their talents. And certainly none that matched student personalities and strengths to careers and university courses! So together with a team of behavioural psychologists, psychometric experts, university marketers, and careers advisers he developed MyCareerMatch.

 
Michelle Chanesman   Chief Operating Officer

Michelle Chanesman

Chief Operating Officer

Nathan Chanesman   Founder & Chief Executive Officer

Nathan Chanesman

Founder & Chief Executive Officer

Nicola Bate   Education Marketing & Special Projects

Nicola Bate

Education Marketing & Special Projects

Elise Chanesman   Global Business Development

Elise Chanesman

Global Business Development


Postgrad Solutions Exclusive Distributors of MyCareerMatch UK

The MyCareerMatch family is delighted to partner with Postgrad Solutions in the UK who share our passion for student engagement. As our exclusive UK distributors, Postgrad Solutions will be fully responsible for introducing UK institutions to MyCareerMatch’s (MCM) unique product and consulting with UK institutions about the product during their decision-making period. They will liaise closely with MCM Head Office to ensure that UK and other international institutions are assisted in the best way possible to roll the system out and provide a well-supported handover.

Rob Houghton, Director of Postgrad Solutions says, “We spent a long time researching this product and benchmarking it with similar products before accepting the role as MCM’s partner. We think it’s a great product from both a content and technical perspective, and we are delighted to be bringing this product to the UK and working with MCM.”

Postgrad Solutions UK Team

Postgrad Solutions UK Team

Product endorsement is a priceless asset and one we value highly. Our clients love what we do. But don’t take our word for it – read about our track record from those who know best. 


 

University of South Australia  

The University of South Australia (UniSA) introduced a University Aspirations Program in 2010 with a focus on career awareness introducing the program with low socioeconomic schools in South Australia. The program uses MyCareerMatch to map the student’s skills encouraging them to aspire to higher education. 

Results have been outstanding and MyCareerMatch has been expanded to over 250 schools and youth service organisation.  Between 2012 and 2018 the UniSA student liaison team, armed with the MyCareerMatch tool, engaged with 61,550 students and 481 careers advisers and teachers through 235 school interactions.  

“UniSA is proud to partner with MyCareerMatch to help students discover career options and UniSA courses available to them. As part of our student engagement program, we enjoy great success with MyCareerMatch” 

Ryan Bailey - Deputy Director Marketing and Student Recruitment at University of South Australia. 

 

Middlesex University, London, UK 

 

Middlesex University began using MyCareerMatch as part of their student outreach strategy in 2014. MyCareerMatch reports are branded and customised for Middlesex and link prospective student personality outcomes not only to recommended careers, but also to Middlesex University courses and to the National Career Service (NCS) website. 

The feedback they have received from Careers Advisers and students has been positive and enthusiastic, as the tool builds confidence and empowers students to make more informed choices about their higher education. In mid 2016, based on this local market success, Middlesex South Asia introduced MDX Career Match to schools and agents in India to strengthen their relationships and reach and encourage Indian students to study at Middlesex University 

“We really enjoy working in partnership with MyCareerMatch. The feedback we have received has been extremely positive as the tool empowers students to make more informed choices while at the same time highlighting courses we offer.”   

Elita Eliades-Ahmed - Education Liaison and Outreach Manager Middlesex UniversityLondon, UK 

 

 

University of New England, Armidale Australia  

MyCareerMatch has been absolutely integral to the UNE’s high school engagement strategy for more than 4 years. UNE’s engagement with high schools enables Career Advisors to use MyCareerMatch completely unconstrained with any year group and individuals as many times as required to provide maximum support and guidance to their students as they see fit.  

To date this approach has helped Career Advisors assist more 15,000 high school students in our region through initiating meaningful conversations based on their individual profile and strengths.  

MyCareerMatch is a unique and affordable tool that ticks all the boxes for us, and their professional support and willingness to go the extra mile makes them an excellent and effortless business partner.  

Cameron Loudon, Manager Student Engagement Marketing and Public Affairs University of New England 

 

RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia 

 

RMIT is based in Melbourne and is one of Australia’s largest universities with 57,000 enrolments of which 46% are international students mostly from Asia. The University Student Recruitment Team offers MyCareerMatch to selected schools in their catchment area for use by students in Years 10 – 12. Currently the University engages with 167 secondary schools providing students with in-class and campus visit access to MyCareerMatch. The system provides a copy of students’ reports to the school’s Career Adviser and the data captured by RMIT is used to engage further with students and their parents about courses that RMIT offers. 

Cody Moore Student Recruitment Officer Marketing and Communications RMIT University 

 

Charles Darwin University, Australia 

 

In 2012 Charles Darwin University (CDU) commenced its online study and University pathways promotion “NextLife Finder”. The promotion attracted tens of thousands of leads and increased CDU’s online learning enrolments substantially. Next Life Finder won the Australian Marketing Institute Award for Marketing Excellence using the MyCareerMatch assessment. In a three-year period the promotion attracted 34,000 unique users who provided their details against CDU’s criteria, to enable them to prioritise and engage with. 

“We believe MyCareerMatch provides us with real value in helping students figure out what careers are best for them and the courses they could consider to achieve their goals. We support 26 secondary schools in the Northern Territory providing them with access to university branded MyCareerMatch reports”.  

Sierra Bath Community Engagement Officer | Office of Marketing Charles Darwin University 

 

University of Sussex, Brighton, UK 

 

In 2016 Sussex University introduced “Making Choices” a MyCareerMatch ‘middle school’ product for Year 7 - 9 students to discover who they are and what their personal strengths are. Making Choices is about appreciating peoples differences and diversity and encouraging younger students to be the best at whatever they do. The report is ideal for campus visits or outreach programs. Suggested careers are linked to the National Career Service. The information in the report helps guide students and builds positive relationships with them, getting them to start thinking about the future, even from an early age.