Becoming a member of the UWC Movement
After a years-long process, the UWC International Board unanimously approved International School Moshi (ISM) as the newest member of the UWC movement. ISM becomes UWC East Africa (UWCEA) as the second UWC school in Africa and the 18th worldwide.
UWC schools, colleges and programmes deliver a challenging and transformative educational experience to a diverse cross section of students, inspiring them to create a more peaceful and sustainable future. The first cohort of UWC national-committee selected students will join UWCEA in August 2019.
See UWC’s announcement here
If you have questions about how ISM may be affected by UWC membership, please see our FAQ page here.
In October 2017, ISM celebrated our 48th anniversary – we were so thrilled to receive this birthday video from UWC students around the world:
UWC was founded in 1962 with the vision of bringing together young people whose experience was of the political conflict of the cold war era, offering an educational experience based on shared learning, collaboration and understanding so that the students would act as champions of peace.
UWC remains committed to this goal today but has expanded its reach to embrace the tensions and conflicts that exist within as well as between societies.
At UWC, diversity extends to differences in socio-economic background, culture, race and religion as well as nationality. UWC students are united in their commitment to positive social action to build a more equitable and fairer world.
This fits well with the Mission of International School Moshi at the time of its joining the UWC Movement: ISM provides a world-class education through a challenging international curriculum in a dynamic environment. We are committed to developing balanced global citizens who are empowered to act responsibly in a complex world.