Uniting for Peace Youth Festival (UPYF) –November 27th-29th–seeks to bring youth together from diverse backgrounds across India and UWC Mahindra College to develop skills and practices of working with conflict and building peace.
Jyotsna (UWCMC, ’04) has been living the UWC mission by managing health-based projects focused on larger goals of economic growth and poverty alleviation in the international development sector. Read more to find out how.
Laerke, our second year student from Denmark, interviews Chu-Lynne (UWCMC, ’03) who is currently teaching English and Theatre on the hill. Find out why Chu-Lynne loves the arts and what got her to return to the college as a teacher.
SAT Exams will take place in the morning at UWC Mahindra College. Please bring your current passport identification with you to the centre. Visit the SAT website to receive relevant updates about date of exam, centre and timings.
Hear from Atul Vyas, our current second year, how UWC has affected his life and why he applied through UWC India. As an Indian student, If you feel similarly, please apply today before 30th September at www.uwccommindia.net.
For those who will be coming to campus for UWC India Selections Weekend 2015, here’s some information to keep in mind.
Stuti, a second year at UWCMC, shares how it feels to be back on the hill the second time around. A glimpse of what our community means to her.
Do you want to reconnect with the infectious idealism that, for better or worse, defines UWC? Volunteer to participate in either the shortlisting committee or the interview panel.
Thank you for your interest in applying to UWC schools and colleges worldwide. Applications for potential students between 16-18 years of age are available at www.uwccommindia.net until the extended deadline of 30 September, 2015. Apply now!