Life at UWC
Idai Chelsea Makoni (UWC Mahindra, India, 2015-2017)
"My life will never be the same after going to UWC. I have learned how to think critically. The opportunity I had to meet different people from different backgrounds changed the way I view the world. The faculty, in particular, played a huge role in shaping my UWC experience, as they were extremely passionate and used alternative methods of teaching. I left UWC with a strong Pan-Africanist identity and I hope to work in development, particularly in Sub-Saharan Africa."
Munashe Machoko (UWC Changshu, China, 2015-2017)
"I really cannot explain how much UWC has changed the way I think and the way I perceive life. It happens every day, it’s not a one-time thing: you learn something new about the world, your community and yourself through every activity you do at a UWC. It's not something you can explain, it's something you have to experience."