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About UWC Schools

1. What is United World Colleges (UWC)?

UWC (United World Colleges) is a global education movement that makes education a force to unite people, nations, and cultures for peace and a sustainable future. Currently, there are 18 UWC schools in operation.

To learn more about the program and schools, please visit www.uwc.org.

2. Is UWC a student-exchange program?

No. UWC is a program to continue your high school education in one of UWC schools to obtain an International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma that is recognized worldwide. All UWC students are required to finish a two-year study program in order to receive the IB diploma, regardless of your current grade.

3. Where can I see the list of UWC schools?

To see the updated list of UWC schools, please visit www.uwc.org/schools

4. Which UWC schools are offered to Indonesian students this year?

The list of schools differs every year. For this year, the list of schools and scholarship amount will NOT be published. However, you will still be able to rank your school preferences when you apply. Please note that the final decision may or may not reflect your preferences.