UWC Changshu China has offered a needs based scholarship, up to 75%, to applicants to UWC Trinidad and Tobago for academic year 2020-2022.
2020 Entry, Cost for each of 2 years: ¥273,525 (approximately TT$ 262,332)
Travel allowance and pocket money are not included.
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Type of Offer: Partially Funded (Needs-Based)
The School/College is contributing up to per year: CNY 283,263.2
The contribution by the applicant will be at least per year: CNY 91,175 (approx TT$87,444)
Estimated addition costs approx TT$15,412.
This offer is for a girl, a boy or either? Either
Financial needs assessment required. (Candidates who do not wish to undergo financial assessment will be assumed to be willing to pay full fees). To insure that all spaces are filled the College may require NC to nominate a student from a specific gender. Students can stay in China for the two major mid academic year holidays (with getaway family program). Students should only need to buy two round trip tickets for both years, unless they stay in China for the summer between year one and two, which is also possible.
UWC Changshu China
Founded in 2015 as the only UWC college in mainland China. The college is situated in the 3,000 year old city of Changshu, on the banks of Kuncheng Lake, the largest of three lakes in the area.
Location: Changshu, China
Student profile: 520 students aged 16-19
Campus and facilities: UWC Changshu China’s campus has been designed one of China’s premier architectural design companies.
Our vision is for the campus to become a sustainable village dedicated to the fostering of peace and international understanding.
Campus facilities include:
A multi-function performing arts centre
A state-of-the-art centre for wellbeing, with indoor athletic facilities, running track, swimming centre, yoga and dance spaces
A Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) centre
A multi-function conference centre
A Hahn/Peace Centre and boat house
Residential houses for all students and faculty
Specialisms: Our aim is to grow a programme with both variety and depth, with particular focus on the three pillars of the college:
Chinese language and culture
Beyond the classroom: Project Week provides a focus for non-academic development away from the classroom. It is a core component of the school's Co-curricular Programme and enables students to pursue the school's mission outside the classroom. During Project Week, students design and implement projects they have designed themselves.