Our Approach to Personal, Social, and Health and Economic Education

At Mahindra United World College of India (MUWCI), students live in a stimulating environment with a challenging curriculum, cultural diversity, and myriad opportunities. We encourage our students to make new friends and steer personal growth while balancing academic requirements. Their personal, social, and emotional wellbeing is thus key to a valuable college experience.

Our preventive approach to mental health allows students to identify issues early on before they become overwhelming. There are multiple resources to help students cope with challenges, including student advisors, Wada Parents, on-campus Wellbeing Psychologists and the Head of Student Life. Our students can approach any — or all — of them for help.

Throughout the year, sessions will be offered to all students on matters around Social Emotional Learning to help them cultivate compassionate, respectful relationships with others and themselves.

Wellbeing Support

We have a full-time Wellbeing Psychologist on campus who is available for every student. Students are encouraged to approach our Psychologist during office hours when they want guidance or help. Their conversations are entirely confidential, and the Psychologist can only break confidentiality if they believe a student is in danger of harming themselves or another student.

Students can sign up for weekly group counselling sessions to learn stress reduction and health and wellness techniques. As part of our continued support and focus on wellbeing, we also have two external Psychologists they can talk to online. The psychologists are bound by the same confidentiality rules as our campus Psychologists.


Every student is assigned a faculty advisor who will help them adjust to life on campus, both personally and academically. Their advisor isn’t just there to track progress in class — they will work together on many areas of life at MUWCI, from maintaining a work-life balance and developing healthy eating and sleeping habits to living harmoniously and building healthy relationships. Students will regularly meet with their advisor one-on-one and as part of a group of nine or ten students to discuss college events and issues. 

Reflections & Self-evaluation

Students should take the time to reflect on their growth and performance on a regular basis. Self-evaluation of their MUWCI journey will help them understand where they might need assistance and how to make the most of their time on campus.

We encourage students to engage in physical activity daily (go for a walk, run up the Ghat road, do yoga or swim) while also taking time to reflect (meditate, keep a journal or write a blog). At night, it’s important to take the time to wind down and sleep with a calm mind. These practices will set our students up for success, not only on campus but also in their personal and professional lives.


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