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About Us

UWCSEA is a united, welcoming community, spread across two campuses that embrace students and their families.
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Guiding Statements

Our Guiding Statements help to ensure that our students are equipped to enact the mission throughout their lives. 
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A UWCSEA education is values-based and holistic, developing young people who will build a more peaceful and sustainable world. Learn more.

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K–12 Concept-Based Curriculum.

Our curriculum is designed to help students develop knowledge, skills and understanding through five elements of our learning programme. Learn more.


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The passion and energy of our diverse community of students is what makes our campuses come to life. Learn more.

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Our scholars come from a wide range of backgrounds and bring unique perspectives and experience to our community. Learn more.

Our Big Ideas

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Our Big Ideas

As a learning community, we engage with the world of ideas to connect concepts and put ideas into action. Learn more.


Singapore as a Nation State: Past, Present and Future.

By Mr Janadas Devan, Director of the Institute of Policy Studies at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, NUS

Discover the fascinating evolution of 'Singapore as a Nation State, Past Present and Future' with Mr. Janadas Devan and our panel of UWCSEA students, connecting Singapore's historical roots and its present circumstances. View here


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A welcome from our Director of Admissions and introduction to our process. Learn more.

UWCSEA runs an annual application cycle

Applications for 2024/2025

Applications for the 2024/2025 school year will open on 1 September 2023 Learn more.



If you are as inspired by our mission to make education a force to unite people...Learn more.

Working at UWCSEA

We welcome applications from prospective colleagues who will contribute to our diverse community…Learn more.

Support Us

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Support us

The UWCSEA culture of giving and service is central to our identity as a mission-aligned community. Learn more.

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Impact of Giving

The generosity of our community has had a significant impact on individuals and groups in Singapore, the region and globally. Learn more.

Supporting all learners: High School learning space opens

UWCSEA Dover HS Learning Centre

As most of all of the spaces at the College are open, social, and noisy, this space feels private, and helps me recharge my social
batteries to be better when I go back to my classes.”

– Grade 9 Student

As part of the Dover Campus’ initiative to support education for all learners, a new High School Learning Centre opened earlier this year. Co-designed by educators and students, the space supports neurodiverse high school students with the goal of destigmatising learning support while offering a space that nurtures various student needs and a sense of belonging.

The space offers multiple ‘zones’; a garden, a classroom meeting area, quiet reflective spaces, and a sensory dark room where students can take an immersive 15-minute reset. The sensory-supportive modular furnishings support student drop-ins, while the classroom corner supports coaching for educators seeking to learn more about how space and classroom design can support neurodiversity and different
ways of learning.

With its central location beside Reception on Dover Campus, the visibility is vital to conveying a supportive message. “It’s all about visibility,” says Claudia-Campbell Pegg, Head of High School Learning Support on Dover Campus.

“The central location communicates how support for our students is not hidden away, and is a testament to the priority and emphasis
UWCSEA is placing on this important pathways programme.” When the Foundation team visited recently, a couple of students were enjoying some down time, and shared their reflections on the space: “Some people don’t do well with overwhelming noise; it can be too much. Having a space that can be confirmed as quiet helps us recharge our social battery and then we can be better back in our classes,” a Grade 10 student reflected.

Another shared, “This inclusive space has a calm atmosphere where you actually see other students who are like you. I didn’t realise how many people in this community were like me ... being allowed to be in such an inclusive environment makes me feel more confident.”

What’s next for the High School Learning Centre? “Thinking forward, we’d love to grow. We want it to be the coolest space on campus where everyone can get what they need to learn,” Claudia shares. There are plans to collaborate with the Art Department to design and paint the outdoor planters and seating area, and continue to build the outreach and engagement to better educate teachers and the community.