“We do not simply want to produce educated young people. We hope to nurture and educate activists and future leaders who can identify and help resolve the challenges within their own societies and contribute to stability, peace and justice in the wider world.”

- HRH Queen Noor of Jordan, President of the UWC movement


Our curriculum combines experiential learning, academic challenge and community living for a unique and transformative educational experience, which aims to create agents of change for a more peaceful and sustainable future.

You will learn how to think, not what to think. You will learn to express yourself with confidence and clarity in speech and writing. You will be encouraged and expected to express your ideas openly in classroom discussions, college meetings, global affairs and other venues. You will be encouraged to challenge ideas and to think creatively for solutions. Learning does not stop when you leave the classroom- you learn by living together and navigating values and responsibilities with people from around the world. You learn by working on projects together incorporating campus service and engagement with the local communities.

In the classroom, we offer the International Baccalaureate (IB), a world-recognized diploma accepted by major universities and colleges around the world and in India. We were among the first schools in India to deliver the IB and in the past have developed many pilot programmes that have become full-fledge IB programmes. We are on the cusp on educational leadership and innovation.

As a pilot program, some of our students are also able to take the UWC Project Based-Diploma which allows them to choose an individual project and are guided in achieving their personal learning outcomes and research through this.

Learn more about the UWC educational model