Life in the 21st century places many changing demands on students making the transition through adolescence. They are at a crucial period of personal, social, physical and intellectual development.
The International Baccalaureate Middle Years Programme is designed for students aged 11 till 16 to help them to find a sense of belonging in the ever-changing and increasingly interconnected world around them.
The International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme is an academically challenging and balanced programme of education that prepares students, aged 16 to 19, for success at university and life beyond. The programme has been designed to address the intellectual, social, emotional and physical well-being of students. We welcome day students (who live in the region) and residential students who are selected through UWC National Committees from all over the world. They are joined by IBCP students.
Our IB Career-related Programme is a pre-university course designed for students aged 16-19. It allows students to choose courses with a particular focus on their future career of choice. At UWC Maastricht, we have designed a very innovative pathway in Sustainable Business. We welcome day students (who live in the region) and residential students who are selected through UWC National Committees from all over the world. They are joined by IBDP students.
Do you want to build a more peaceful and sustainable future? Are you ready for the rest of your life? Our Admissions Team is looking forward to helping you with your application!
UWC Maastricht relies on fees to offer the robust educational programme that is demanded by the UWC Educational Model. The fee for year 2023-2024 for the Middle Year Programme is €10.445 for the Diploma Programme and the Career-related Programme (day students) it is €10.815.
200 Diploma Programme and Career-related Programme students live on campus. These residential students are housed in the residence buildings. They live there in small groups, with four students sharing a bedroom. Students come together in the Mensa for breakfast and dinner.
The Board and Leadership Team of UWC Maastricht affirm their commitment to the wellbeing and safety of all members of the UWC Maastricht community. That is why the school provides training and guidance to ensure the full implementation of the safeguarding policies and procedures.
During the past three years UWC Maastricht, together with four other international schools, participated in an Erasmus+ partnership. This strategic collaboration resulted in the “Youth Mayors Education Program”, which is now free accessible for students as wel as for teachers from all over the world and can be found here.