Studyclix makes exams easier

Studyclix was founded in 2009 in Sligo by secondary school teacher, Luke Saunders, and award-winning software engineer, Keith Wright. Together, they had the simple idea to create an online resource for secondary level students and teachers in Ireland that would make exams easier, a resource that was hard to find, and so Studyclix began!

Studyclix was created with the hope of bringing forward an innovative method of studying for the Junior and Leaving Cert exams, something that Luke noticed hadn’t changed, improved or had been modernised since he left school. We are an ambitious fast-growing company and want to launch Studyclix in ten countries by 2025. We currently are live with versions for Ireland's exam system and Australia's VCE exams.

We know exams are stressful and that time is precious, so we strive to create new innovative study tools and provide more and more content and resources to make studying and teaching easier, more efficient and more effective!

Who is Studyclix?

Studyclix is made up of a hard-working team, committed to making exams easier for students and teachers alike.

Luke Saunders

CEO and Co-Founder

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Keith Wright

CTO and Co-Founder

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Eimear Dinneen

Customer Support & Sales Manager

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Eamonn Sweeney

Content & Communications Manager

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Edegilson Sousa

Software Engineer

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Maude Guillemette

Graphic Artist & UI Expert

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Luke Saunders, CEO and Co-Founder

After studying Zoology at Trinity College Dublin, working as a marine scientist, a creative in an advertising agency, Luke finally settled into a career as a secondary school teacher in County Sligo. Luke is passionate about Education and is always trying to find new ways of improving how he teaches and his students learn.

Keith Wright, CTO and Co-Founder

Co-Founder of Studyclix Keith Wright is an award winning software engineer with a background in making big websites for very important people. Keith makes sure Studyclix works for everyone all of the time and plays a key part in developing new features for our users.

Eimear Dinneen, Customer Support & Sales Manager

Over the years, Eimear has contributed to lots of aspects of the site, from content creation to usability testing. Now, she helps schools get set up with their Studyclix licences, while also managing our customer care: making sure students and teachers get their questions answered.

Eamonn Sweeney, Content & Communications Manager

A Straight-A student in his Leaving Cert, Eamonn studied Business, Economics and Politics at Trinity College, Dublin. Eamonn is our Content and Communications Manager and is always on the look out for ways we can improve Studyclix.

Edegilson Sousa, Software Engineer

Edegilson is a talented software engineer who specialises in taking good ideas and making them work on a range of digital devices. As a self-thought coder Edegilson sees the power of the Internet in learning. He also thinks 42 is the answer to everything!

Maude Guillemette, Graphic Artist & UI Expert

Hailing from Montreal and currently based in Copenhagen. Maude’s job is to keep Studyclix looking beautiful. She is an accomplished graphic artist and is currently studying for a Master's Degree in Spatial Designs and Society.

We’re always looking to work with the best subject teachers.
If you feel you have what it takes to make Studyclix better then get in touch!

Studyclix Today

From our humble beginnings, we have now built the site to accommodate more than 200,000 students, 27,450 teachers and 600 schools and continue to grow and adapt every day to students’ and teachers’ academic needs. By doing this, we hope to build a community of teachers, students and schools from all over the country to provide constant help and support for the Junior and Leaving Cert exams.

All the team at Studyclix are grateful for the financial and mentoring support made available through Sligo Local Enterprise Office.

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Táimid ana bhuíoch as an tacaíocht a thug COGG dúinn chun Studyclix as Gaeilge a chur ar fáil.

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