Alum Survey - Harvard’s UWC Impact Study
Thank you to all UWC school and college alums who completed the online survey for Harvard's UWC Impact Study!
The alumni survey for the Harvard UWC Impact Study has now been concluded. We extend a huge thank you to all our UWC alums who took the time to participate in the survey. We will share the participation numbers with you once they are finalised.
Interviews with those who indicated their availability will be taking place over the next 12 months, but please be aware that the number of alums who volunteered was too large for everyone to be contacted. We are extremely grateful to all of you for helping to make the study a success and bringing us one massive step closer to finally producing an empirical answer to the question of what impact #UWC has and how this is brought about. Thank you!
The survey was be available until 13 October 2019.
Have you ever claimed that UWC changed your life?
Do you have strong feelings about your time at UWC?
Would you like an opportunity to talk about your UWC experience in an honest and meaningful way?
This is your chance to speak up: to tell the researchers both what was positive about your UWC experience and what was challenging. It is a once-in-a-lifetime chance to be part of a truly global, inclusive, cross-generational reflection on the impact of a UWC education. All UWC school and college alums from all generations (who studied at UWC for their last two years of secondary school) are asked to give feedback, in an effort to get the clearest possible picture of whether and how a UWC education is transformative. Project Zero at the Harvard Graduate School of Education is conducting the Impact Study with absolute independence and your responses will remain completely anonymous.
We hope all UWC school and college alums who studied at UWC for their last two years of secondary school will participate in the online survey which will take about 30 to 40 minutes, depending on how detailed you choose to be with your answers. You will also have the chance to sign up for an interview with the researchers, which will provide the study with even more valuable insight into your individual UWC experience.
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