The two year UWC IB course selection process consists of five steps
Decide whether you want to attend a UWC college for the last two years of your secondary education (shorter is not possible).
Check to see whether you are eligible to apply through the Belgian National Committee. Please note that non-Belgian Nationals may also be eligible.
Use the following link to complete and submit the relevant applications forms in advance of the deadline on December 1st at 23:59. Your guardians and teachers must also fill out forms via this electronic system. A first selection determines who is invited to step 4. Successful candidates will be notified in the first weeks of January.
Applications for UWC entry 2022 are now closed. The next selection cycle (for UWC entry 2023) will resume in October 2022.
Successful candidates are invited to the selection days (5th & 6th Feb 2022). The selection day consist of interviews, group discussion and writing two short essays, assessed by the Selection Committee. This committee is mainly composed of ex-students. The interviews take place at the ‘King Baudouin Foundation’ in Brussels.
Candidates retained after Step 4 are subsequently interviewed by an independent jury, which takes the final decision. The interviews take place at the ‘King Baudouin Foundation’ in Brussels.
Exact dates and timings for the selection days (step 4) and the final interview (step 5) can be found here.
Candidates must be able to participate personally in all the selection rounds. (step 4 and 5) We are tracking the evolution of the COVID-19 pandemic and will take alternative measures as required.
If you are Belgian and do not live in Europe please contact us BEFORE the deadline to apply on email@example.com about possible problems concerning attending the selection rounds.
Selected students embark on their UWC journey at the end of August or early September (January for students going to Waterford Kamhlaba UWC of Swaziland).