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Beyond the programme

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Our additional programmes and activities inlude cultural visits, international shows, special theme conferences, drama productions, national evenings, classical music concerts, a march for peace, a project week, presentations on international affars.
Project Weeks
In addition to community service projects that take place on a weekly basis in the local community, UWC also encourages project weeks, where students are able to take part in a more ‘in depth’ project, whether at a local, national or international level. Read more
International Affairs
International affairs (INA) Programme  at the United World College of the Adriatic is designed to offer students and staff an insight into current issues from around the world and to make them reflect on the challenges of our time. The INA Programme involves a bi-weekly speaker series, encompassing academics and international organization professionals, poets, writers and journalists, politicians, diplomats, NGO workers and scientists. Speakers present a topic to the students and staff. The presentation is generally followed by a very interactive Question & Answer session. Read more
Special Theme Conferences
Conferences on a particular theme are scheduled for an entire school day. Guest speakers give lectures, and workshops with small groups of students are organized for further discussion. Recent themes have been: World Religions, Science, Conflict Resolution, The Middle East Conflict.
FOCUS: presentations on International Affairs
Each Sunday evening, a student makes a presentation on current events/international affairs which usually concern a topic related to his home country. For example: U.S. Elections, Migration, The Condor Plan in South America, Missing persons in Belarus.
Students often have the opportunity to participate in workshops that either support their academic programme or provide useful additional stimuli. These are organised by the College's teaching staff in cooperation with external organisations. Read more