Read the story of our recent graduate Maria (Mexico, UWCD’20) who is pursuing a double degree in Neuroscience and Psychology with a possible minor in Music at Lake Forest College, spoke about her academic as well as daily experiences in UWCD and how it has helped in her studies.
News & Events
Dr. Vartan - a leader, educator, scholar, humanitarian and a great friend of the UWC Dilijan community died on Thursday, 15 April, in Manhattan.
DiliMUN (Dilijan Model United Nations) 2021 will be happening this year from April 16-18, this year's topic is "Rise Up and Walk". It will be happening online, but our students seized this opportunity to expand the scope of this conference from just the Caucasus to international, so this conference will be a great chance to learn, grow and have fun with students all around the world.
Our annual Visual Arts exhibition took place on Sunday, March 29th featuring artworks of UWCD students.
Read the story of our alumna Liza Tabliashvili (Georgia, UWCD’18) about her life-changing experience of living and studying in Dilijan, about the obstacles which turned into valuable life lessons and how the high standard academics of UWC have led her to the big city of Berlin.
Zac Merida is a graduating student from the Philippines who holds the distinction of being the first Filipino ever to attend UWC Dilijan. Read about how zac describes his experience at UWCD.
Last week UWC Dilijan was delighted to host a delegation led by Bernard Kouchner, a member of the Aurora Prize Selection Committee and the founder of Médecins Sans Frontières.
After graduating from UWCD, our alumna Natalie Bianca (Kenya, UWCD’20, Kenya) continued her education at Lake Forest College in Illinois. She is a freshman majoring in Chemistry and double minors in Biology and Women & Gender studies. Below, Natalia ponders on her time at UWCD, reminisces on her days at the campus and shares how IB has prepared her for college life.
As part of the Americas' Regional Evening that took place last week, Thomas Baxter, UWCD second-year student from Canada, reached out to Perry Bellegarde, the National Chief of the Canadian Assembly of First Nations, and organised a Zoom discussion about the Canadian Indigenous. Here is what Thomas says about this experience.