Places at UWC are awarded on the basis of merit and potential, and the initial selection led by National Committees is a ‘needs blind’ process. Successful candidates’ families will subsequently be subject to means testing to ensure the needs based principle is applied in granted share.

UWC Dilijan is a part of a scholarship programme created by Scholae Mundi. Our cooperation with various organisations involved in educational and humanitarian activities allows to offer our students different types of scholarships

The 100 LIVES and Near East Foundation (NEF) Gratitude Scholarships Programme - The programme, aimed to express gratitude on behalf of the global Armenian community to the people of the Middle East who offered shelter and food to those displaced by the Armenian Genocide over a century ago. Valued at nearly $7 million, the Gratitude Scholarship Programme will provide 100 academic scholarships over the next 8 years to youth from the Middle East who have been affected by conflict, displacement, and poverty.

Amal Clooney Scholarship – This annual scholarship is established for a female student from Lebanon who demonstrates a strong interest in human rights and equality issues inspired by esteemed international human rights lawyer Amal Clooney’s integrity, compassion and dedication. The scholarship recipient is granted an opportunity to enroll and study in a two-year International Baccalaureate program in UWC Dilijan.