United World College Changshu China

Founded in 2015 as the first UWC in the mainland of China and the 15th in the world, UWC Changshu China offers a challenging and transformative educational experience in a multicultural environment. Co-curricular programmes and community living provide excellent opportunities for experiential learning. Students are encouraged to live up to UWC values of international understanding, mutual responsibility and respect, idealism, action and personal example. Students develop understanding and skills for conflict resolution and to address issues of sustainability.

As an IB World School, UWC Changshu China offers a high-quality two-year IB Diploma Programme (DP) and a one-year foundation programme for students to be better prepared for the rigorous IB Diploma Programme. All students from 100 countries and regions of diverse background board at the school and immerse themselves in Chinese language and culture, social entrepreneurship and environmental activism programmes.

United World College Changshu China no. 88 Kunchenghu West Road, Changshu, Suzhou, Jiangsu, China
Sep 07, 2020
High School
All teachers at the School share responsibility for the quality of learning and teaching in the School. Teachers at the School are expected to be highly qualified and experienced professionals in the discipline (s) they teach. Their role as educators at the School extends, however, far beyond the expert delivery of subject material.  UWCs provide a unique holistic learning environment in which faculty members are expected to build positive relationships with students and colleagues in pursuit of the movement’s philosophy and mission ( www.uwc.org ). Teaching Staff are further expected to demonstrate their commitment to the specific UWC China ‘experience’ for students. Teachers will report to, and work with, the relevant Head of Department on all matters concerning the teaching and development of the subject and academic resources. They also report the three Deans for academic, for student life and for curriculum on matters pertaining to the broader curriculum and...
United World College Changshu China no. 88 Kunchenghu West Road, Changshu, Suzhou, Jiangsu, China
Sep 07, 2020
High School
Social & Emotional Counsellor Core responsibility The Social & Emotional Counsellor understands and models the mission and vision statements of the UWC-CSC. The Social & Emotional Counsellor works under the direction of the Student Life Division of the college and acts a student advocate in collaboration with the Academic Division.
United World College Changshu China no. 88 Kunchenghu West Road, Changshu, Suzhou, Jiangsu, China
Sep 07, 2020
High School
All teachers at the School share responsibility for the quality of learning and teaching in the School. Teachers at the School are expected to be highly qualified and experienced professionals in the discipline (s) they teach. Their role as educators at the School extends, however, far beyond the expert delivery of subject material.  UWCs provide a unique holistic learning environment in which faculty members are expected to build positive relationships with students and colleagues in pursuit of the movement’s philosophy and mission ( www.uwc.org ). Teaching Staff are further expected to demonstrate their commitment to the specific UWC China ‘experience’ for students. Teachers will report to, and work with, the relevant Head of Department on all matters concerning the teaching and development of the subject and academic resources. They also report the three Deans for academic, for student life and for curriculum on matters pertaining to the broader curriculum and...
United World College Changshu China no. 88 Kunchenghu West Road, Changshu, Suzhou, Jiangsu, China
Sep 07, 2020
High School
All teachers at the School share responsibility for the quality of learning and teaching in the School. Teachers at the School are expected to be highly qualified and experienced professionals in the discipline (s) they teach. Their role as educators at the School extends, however, far beyond the expert delivery of subject material.  UWCs provide a unique holistic learning environment in which faculty members are expected to build positive relationships with students and colleagues in pursuit of the movement’s philosophy and mission ( www.uwc.org ). Teaching Staff are further expected to demonstrate their commitment to the specific UWC China ‘experience’ for students. Teachers will report to, and work with, the relevant Head of Department on all matters concerning the teaching and development of the subject and academic resources. They also report the three Deans for academic, for student life and for curriculum on matters pertaining to the broader curriculum and...