Collisor for Students
With over 250,000 courses worldwide, Collisor makes it easy for students to find, review and compare courses for all types of study.
Whether you are searching for short business courses or university degrees, Collisor’s powerful Student Dashboard organises study, accommodation and tutor options for your convenience.
Collisor for Providers
Whatever study course options you offer, Collisor delivers education providers an opportunity to increase visibility and enrolments.
Claim, create and update courses listed on Collisor and take advantage of our powerful Provider Dashboard, gaining access to analytics, enquiries and reviews.
Collisor for Staff
Collisor helps make finding the right training courses for work easy.
With over 250,000 short-term courses available the Collisor Student Dashboard is a consistent and comparable way to navigate which qualification best suits you.
Collisor for Employers
Take your workplace to the next level. From virtual seminars, certifications to short courses, Collisor helps make finding the right course easy.
Join Collisor and take advantage of our Student Dashboard today!
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