Bring the whole campus together

Uni-Life gives your students a platform to connect with other students, events, clubs, jobs and more.

Uni-Life can help your institution:

Trusted by 100+ faculties worldwide

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Uni-Life doesn't only help students. We help universities even more.

Get current students more involved.

Uni-Life boosts student retention, increases participation & promotes a healthy student lifestyle.

Welcome and help settle new students.

Show (prospective) students how vibrant, inclusive and diverse your university community is.

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Boost student retention and wellbeing.

Students who feel part of a real community are much more likely to feel confident.

Uni-Life Features

A quick sneak peak below

1-on-1 chats with other students
Community Groups
Student Profile Pages
Event Overview Calendar
Student Posts & Questions
Jobs & Career Opportunities

What our Customers Say

Uni-Life offers the university and her students the oppourtunity to make new connections, foster well-being and share thoughts and knowledge. It makes it easy and accessible to make new connections and find people who share similar interests.
Universitat de Leiden
Uni-Life creëert op mooie wijze de mogelijkheid voor studenten om studentenorganisaties en de UU te leren kennen én voor studentenorganisatie om zichzelf en hun activiteiten breder te laten zien.
Universitat d'Utrecht
We collaborate with Uni-Life to optimize the connection between students, in the broadest sense of the word.
Universitat Erasmus de Rotterdam

Uni-Life makes a real impact for universities.


of Uni-Life users felt more connected to their university


of Uni-Life users got a better overview of all events, clubs and activities


of Uni-Life users found new friends through the platform

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