Fees and Scholarships

Places at UWC are awarded on the basis of merit and potential, and the initial selection is a ‘needs blind’ process. Candidates should concentrate on getting an admission offer in the first instance. Successful candidates' families will subsequently be subject to means testing which will determine the level of scholarships offered within available funding.

Here is the 2016-2017 UWC Dilijan student breakdown with reference to scholarships:

  • 198 students represent 72 countries;
  • about 29% of students are on full scholarships;
  • in total 63% of students are on different levels of partial scholarships.

Candidates applying through direct entry process are not eligible for scholarships and are required to pay a full tuition fee of the college.

We advise you to contact our Admissions department to find detailed information on combined tuition and residential fee for two-year IB Diploma Programme.