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Funding Opportunities

The UWC scholarship model is one of our proudest assets and makes UWC stand out in the growing world of international education. Each year over 2,000 students from over 150 countries graduate from a UWC schools and colleges with a vast majority having received considerable financial assistance.

 

“My time at UWC brought several walls down. I had been raised with a very specific conception of the world that didn’t really welcome difference, and being exposed to such diversity was the perfect setting to reconsider what I thought I knew about the world.”

Khristian Mendez - Guatemala, UWC Mahindra 2011

International Scholarship Fund 

Every gift to UWC makes a difference. Together we can provide a transformational educational experience in the classroom, and beyond. Through the support of our partners we are able to educate students from around the world and unite them in a common purpose – to be of service to others. By doing this we fulfil our mission to make education a force to unite people, nations and cultures for peace and a sustainable future.

International Refugee Scholarship Fund 

By making a gift to this fund you will contribute to the UWC Refugee Initiative. Each year UWC aims to offer up to 100 of these young people a unique educational opportunity at one of our schools and colleges around the world. The funds which are designed in their entirety to all-inclusive bursaries covering the full education program, board and lodging, travel and visa support, co-curricular activities, educational materials and student welfare during two years.

With your support we can educate the next generation of leaders from among the most marginalised groups of today’s world.

 

“Your generosity has not only saved my life from a certain death in Syria and enabled me to gain a world class education, but it has also taught me that when crisis appears at its darkest, humanity must shine at its brightest.”

Abude Alasaad - Syria, UWC Maastricht

Read more about the UWC Refugee Initiative.