Our beautiful and safe campus at the foot of Mount Kilimanjaro is the home for day students between the ages of 3 and 19, and boarders aged 7 or older. We offer a curriculum incorporating the International Baccalaureate (IB) Primary Years Programme, IB Middle Years Programme, and were the first school in Africa to offer the IB Diploma Programme. You are very welcome to email the Head of Campus, Bob Cofer, at firstname.lastname@example.org, with any questions you may have.
Our purpose-built campus outside the city of Arusha has a spectacular view of Mount Meru. We offer a day school for children aged 3 to 19, including the IB Primary Years, Middle Years and Diploma Programmes, and also offer boarding for Diploma students. You are very welcome to email the Head of Campus, Phil Bowen at email@example.com with any questions you may have.
How to Apply
PYP & MYP
If your child is applying to join primary (EC-P6) or the middle school (M1-M5), please complete the application form included in the Information Pack, or download an application form here:
Application Form (PDF format)
Application Form (Word format)
Once completed, the application form should be returned to the appropriate campus together with:
• A photocopy of the student’s birth certificate,
• Photocopies of school reports from the last 12 months (if appropriate),
• Photocopies of any exam or test results, or mock examination results (if appropriate),
• A passport sized photograph.
All documents may be scanned and sent by email, or posted.
Whenever possible we would welcome the opportunity to show you around the school, discuss your child’s admission in person, and meet your child. In some cases we may also want to assess your child in certain areas.
If you would like more information on the school, you may download a full Information Pack here:
Information Pack (3Mb)
If you are not in Tanzania and a prior visit is not possible, we can usually complete the application process by email or mail. You will receive from us a formal admission letter, an invoice specifying amounts due with methods and dates for payment, a health form for you to complete showing basic medical information on your child, and handbooks describing the school day, our curriculum, and aspects of boarding (if appropriate).
Between receiving formal admission and arriving, either the student themselves or his/her parents are very welcome to contact us with any questions or concerns they may have. We will look forward to meeting you on your arrival and making you feel comfortable.
How to Apply
All Diploma programme applicants (for D1,D2) should apply through one of the two UWC routes for application:
Students interested in the IBDP are selected through one of UWC's national committees. Over 65% of students selected through the UWC national committee system are also offered financial assistance. Scholarships are granted on the basis of each individual's need and means.
How to Apply
The UWC Global Selection Programme (GSP) is designed for candidates who wish to apply 9-12 months before the beginning of the school year. They must also be able to pay the full fee for the school once they have successfully applied. Please click here to continue.
GSP is coordinated by UWC International in close cooperation with UWC schools, colleges, and the UWC national committees. Selections are carried out by experienced UWC selection volunteers.
UWC GSP is an application route for a limited number of places at some UWCs. Currently, you can apply to UWC East Africa or 15 of the other 17 UWC schools and colleges via this route.
You can also download the school's Admissions Policy here.