New app helps students unlock their future goals & there's a chance to win 10k of accommodation


Exit Entry is an Irish mobile app designed to help students discover their next opportunity, and connect them with courses and employers, with over 20,000 students having availed of the service since its 2019 launch date.



By taking two short assessments, which take approximately 10 minutes each, students can discover more about their own personal profile.


For school students, the app will suggest third-level courses that suit the students profile, and there is also a dedicated Transition Year section for students looking for workexperience and other activities.


Lewize Crothers, from Co. Meath, the inspirational founder, and CEO of Exit Entry, said; "I returned to university in 2016 to study Innovation and Design Thinking at UCD.


"It was during my search for the right course option that I discovered that access to information for students had not changed in over 20 years. This deeply affected me as a massive cohort of students, mainly from lower socio-economic groups were being disenfranchised.


"Not only that, everything was being driven by grades - yet students are far more than just grades.


"As a mother of three boys and having previously worked in project management, design, and with children from lower socio-economic groups, my passion to right this wrong was huge.


'I spent the next year in UCD researching the market. I quickly realised that this was a global problem, so I needed to build a world-class team to solve it.


"I am incredibly fortunate to have a team of amazing people who all deeply believe in our shared vision, which is 'Creating Opportunities For Everyone'."


This September, Exit Entry is offering an amazing prize to one lucky student.



The winner of the competition, running until Monday, August 31, will receive 10,000 worth of studentaccommodation, starting this September 2020.


To enter, students must download the Exit Entry app, click on the competition (TY page for school students and Opportunity page for college students) and follow the instructions.