United World Colleges deliver a transformative and challenging education to students between 16 to 19 years of age from over 60 countries. Students can attend UWCs to finish high school in one of the 15 schools and colleges located in five continents. As part of the educational curriculum, the International Baccalaureate Program offers a diverse range of subjects from languages and mathematics to sciences and the arts.
Students participate in activities based on creativity, action and service, and greatly benefit from project-based learning as it enables them to design their own projects. Our growing alumni network of 60,000 + includes change-agents working with development, technology, sustainability etc in organizations such as the UN, Amnesty International, Google and so on, and living the UWC mission: to "make education a force to unite peoples, nations and cultures for peace and a sustainable future."
*More than 70% of the students receive some form of scholarship.