AT HOME WITH THE WORLD

Life at UWC Robert Bosch College

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OUR CAMPUS

School building, student village, library, auditorium: get an impression of how our campus looks like with this visual overview.

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RESIDENTIAL LIFE

Living in a room of four, with roommates from all over the world: this is how boarding looks like at UWC Robert Bosch College.

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UWC Robert Bosch College is a school that promotes peace, and can also serve as inspiration for other schools in its idea of communal learning and the potential this entails. At the core of this is the idea that young adults can become global citizens through transformative intercultural experiences and learn to take over responsibility. This thought remains relevant, even 50 years after the foundation of the first United World College in Wales.

Excerpt from an article in the magazine Schulpädagogik Heute:
What are good schools?

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PASTORAL CARE CONCEPT

The boarding home of UWC Robert Bosch College hosts young adults between 16 and 19 years. A network of support staff is available to the students around the clock. Learn more about our pastoral care concept.

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POLICIES

Policies, guidelines and rules are essential for a smooth running of the academic and pedagogic areas of our College. The most important documents are here for you to read.

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NEWS

24. August 2019
Student Arrival: Welcome Generation 6!

Students arrived on campus on August 23 for another year at UWC Robert Bosch College. 102 first-year students are joining us this term, for the first time also from Ireland, Latvia, Tunisia, Liechtenstein and Haiti. All students scheduled to arrive …

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01. August 2019
Open Day Celebration on Sep 21, 2019

Freiburg’s United World College celebrates its annual Open Day on Saturday, September 21st from 12 – 5 pm. Come visit us for some food, music & cultural activities, or take a guided tour over campus and the historical monastery garden. …

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