Welcome to EduNational

EduNational prepares Canadian and international students for successful career-oriented and international education decisions. EduNational supports visiting international students during their studies, and helps students and their families select the right study program, and manage a student's education progress.

Students talking

EduNational Career Analytics

Career Analytics Assessments measure abilities: arithmetic; vocabulary; three-dimensional space; computation ability; name comparison; object matching; interests; personality; learning style; work values, and work preferences. These assessments have been tested for validity, which ensures a test is measuring what it is supposed to measure, is reliable, and measures consistency. Validity tests were done with more than 20,000 adults and high school students.

Measuring consistency

EduNational Coaches

Career Planning Coaches are experts who guide and support students to make decisions about their career path. Once assessments are complete, EduNational matches students with a Coach, chosen for background, sector-specific experience and knowledge. Coaches have cultural and linguistic ability, to involve the parent and student. Coaches schedule sessions with students through telephone, the web, Skype or, if practical, face-to face.

Good people helping good students

Turbocharged: Success Logics

Success Logics is like basic training for university and college. It is the type of post-secondary preparation that the parents of today's kids could not even dream of when they went to school. It didn't exist back then. The ideal time to take Success Logics is between grade 11 and grade 12.

Reach for the stars!

Younger students = Potential Max!

Potential Max! is a precursor to Career Analytics. It is designed to give kids from grades 7-9 an early start in middle school, or in junior high school. Potential Max! identifies individual learning styles, personal interests and assists students in mapping their academic abilities at just the right moment in their lives.

The future starts early

The risk of a lost year

Next to a home, an education for their children is now the most valuable purchase families make. Adding up the costs of a year lost in a program change, it is roughly equal to buying a new, mid-range car and driving it over a cliff. EduNational helps parents and students make better post-secondary choices.

Helping students make informed post-secondary choices

Jenny's story: Cambodia!

Good people with drive and imagination find innovative ways to start their careers. Read the encouraging story of Jenny Seo, a 2014 University of Toronto graduate, who headed for Asia to begin her career working with orphans as a teacher and role model.

Jenny Seo and her students in Cambodia

Enriched science career planning

EduNational prepares Canadian secondary school students for postsecondary programs with strong career potential. EduNational is working with employers in tomorrow's high-value industries, such as biotechnology, to offer students a chance at a career path as they study.

Learning about cutting-edge careers

The gift of insight

EduNational prepares Canadian secondary school students for postsecondary programs with strong career potential. EduNational is working with employers in tomorrow's high-value industries, such as biotechnology, to offer students a chance at a career path as they study.

Secondary school students

A new life in Canada

Upper Canada Immigration Consultants assists people looking to make a fresh start in life in Canada to navigate the best and quickest path to assessing qualifications; getting permits; attaining permanent residency; setting up a business where needed; and becoming a naturalized Canadian citizen.

Upper Canada Immigration Consultants

EduNational Outreach & Development Organization


The EduNational Outreach & Development Organization, or EODO is a not-for-profit entity that supports youth facing social, emotional and academic barriers to become motivated, build strong self-esteem, reach for high academic grades and prepare for successful careers. EODO receives funds for projects that support youth in their quest to build realistic dreams, raise self-awareness, develop self-direction and confidently learn decision-making strategies in their lives.

EODO Objectives

  • Identify youth experiencing emotional and social barriers that prevent them from excelling in school and planning for a bright future;
  • Promote self-awareness as a foundation in personal development and independent decision-making;
  • Facilitate development of strong personal branding, critical thinking and life skills training for success preparation;
  • Facilitate the use of individualized data through abilities tests, psychometric assessments and learning style preferences for decision-making and emotional growth;
  • Enlighten and educate parents, guardians and students on growth fields of tomorrow by providing career and labour market information from industry specialists and experts;
  • Identify, train and support youth leaders in identifying needs and reaching out to students experiencing barriers to excelling and integrating into their environment;
  • Establish and maintain a web-based youth support network with information, resources and tools, discussion forums and web-based seminars;
  • Offer membership to youth, including self-identified youth facing barriers, volunteer mentors and coaches, as well as academic tutors.

All our Grade 12 students, and their parents, have expressed gratitude for the many seminars and vast resources provided through our web-based program that made education decision-making less stressful. Personalized coaching gave both parents and students a chance to examine choices and opportunities that are well-suited, based on personalized data and labour market information. This program has reduced the risk of failure and false-starts for these students, many of whom chose a very different program from what they initially thought they wanted to take.

A study called Youth in Transition, from Statistics Canada, published in November of 2007 showed that a third of college students will drop out in their first year. What is more alarming than that is that almost half of those students dropping out, some 15 percent, will drop out due to partying too much, or having a drinking or drug problem.

The data showed that a student's experience in their first year of study was crucial to whether they would graduate from the program. Students who dropped out were already struggling in their first year with deadlines, academic performance, and study patterns. However, selecting the right program of study is also an important indicator of whether a student will drop out. Most graduates had tried more than one program before settling on their ultimate educational course, while two thirds of dropouts had only tried one program.