UWC DayUWC Day, on the 21st of September, is the annual celebration of UWC values that takes place around the world in UWC schools and colleges as well as in town and cities our alumni and national committees are from.

Organic farmSustainability is at the core of the UWC mission - “ UWC makes education a force to unite peoples, nations, and cultures for peace and a sustainable future.”

Sadhana FriendsThe values of experiential learning and service are deeply embedded in the UWC philosophy and the opportunities to work with the local communities challenges our students to rethink and reflect on the idea of social change.

Street Theatre ProjectThe community engagement programme at UWC Mahindra College enables students to experience the value of service. We are fortunate to be located at the center of Mulshi valley in Pune, India.

Fire Service‘Triveni’ in Indian culture is said to represent the confluence of 3 rivers: Ganges, Yamuna, and Saraswati.

Project WeekLearning through doing, and as part of a diverse team is recognized as fundamental to the UWC learning.

Wada HouseEvery year, UWC Mahindra College strives to increase student diversity that moves beyond nationalities and selects individuals from a range of cultural, social, economic and religious backgrounds.

College MeetingSome questions thrown at the community during college meetings:

CelebrationsOne of the best parts about living in a diverse community is celebrating festivals together. Whether it is holi, ramadan, christmas, or halloween, we celebrate them all.

Group DiscussionsOur student body comprises of individuals from over 60 countries. What can be better than a group discussion rich with varied perspectives and worldviews from all over the world?

Math ClassThe classroom is not enough for our students. They need to be challenged and stimulated through questions and activities, and want opportunities to discover new ways of problem-solving.

The Faculty28 of them to teach 250 students from all over the world in two years. Live in the middle of the wada making it convenient for students to walk in at 10 p.m. and sip tea over a discussion on Picasso’s artistic genius or the political crisis in Venezuela.