Coming full circle

UWCSEA Dover student Elsemieke Marren used her passion for sport to help 1,200 children in rural Cambodia go to school. She cycled over 1,000km off-road to raise funds to build two schools through Tabitha Cambodia, which has long association with UWCSEA's Service programme. Read more here.

What if some journeys were ten years in the making?

Would a sleepover in their school in Grade 1 prepare students for trekking in the Himalayas in Grade 11? At UWCSEA we believe it does. That’s why our Outdoor Education programme begins with a night in the classroom in Singapore and challenges them further each year. Read more.

Investigation time in K1 at UWCSEA Dover

Visitors to the classrooms and shared play spaces during investigation time are witness to a hive of joyful activity as our 88 K1 students busily engage in the serious ‘work’ of childhood. The play-based, child-initiated experiences honour the interests and autonomy of young children. Read more ...

Be the change you want …

Mike Ogutu (Class of 2008, Kenyan UWC NC Scholar) is living proof of the difference a UWC National Committee scholarship to complete an IB Diploma at a UWC can make in the scholars home community. Read about Mike's Ungana initiative here.

Stories celebrating our community

Explore the stories celebrating the diverse community that makes up UWCSEA in Singapore, contributed by students, staff, alumni and parents. While some stories are based on the content of the Dunia magazine, eDunia contains videos, slide shows and extended articles. Read more...