We are pleased to announce that UWC Kenya 2017 Applications are open! To all Kenyan 18-year olds, apply to experience the most incredible two years of your life! Access the application here. Deadline to apply is January 31st, 2017. 
Umra Omar, a UWC Atlantic College alumna, is one of the Top 10 CNN Heros for her incredible work with Safari Doctors, bringing medical aid to a communities at the coast of Kenya. Vote for her here
Our 2016 - 2018 scholars are attending UWC's in India, China, Costa Rica, Germany, Singapore, Swaziland, Armenia and Thailand. Read more about them here. 
All alumni, join our UWC Kenya Alumni LinkedIn Group and connect with each other. This is a group for Kenyan UWC alumni and any UWC grads living in Kenya who wish to network and exchange ideas.



Latest News

  • Wycliffe Omondi and the Magic Bus Ticketing team win the $1 million Hult Prize

    The Magic Bus Ticketing, co-founded by UWC Kenya alumnus Wycliffe Omondi (UWCSEA 2011-2013), win the $1 million Hult Prize. Read about their historic win on Forbes

    “Magic Bus Ticketing launched a startup that clearly meets a number of critical success factors including raising income levels for local drivers and conductors, a focus on significantly improving outcomes for millions through more efficient and effective transportation options, demonstrable financial and technical feasibility, a novel and unique approach that leverages technology appropriately for the market (sms-based), and embedded mechanisms for fast scale (financial rewards).”

  • Salima Visram on Forbes

    One of our alumni Salima Visram (AC 2009 - 2011), founder of The Soular Backpack was recently featured on Forbes

    "Salima Visram is the 23-year-old entrepreneur behind the Soular, a backpack company equipped with solar panels, which allow children who don’t have access to electricity in rural parts of Africa to study at night without having to use an expensive and carcinogenic kerosene lamp. Soular will be launching a new one-for-one model today, through the sale of trendy backpacks on HSN in collaboration with Disney, alongside their new movie, Queen of Katwe, which is set in rural Uganda, where the kerosene lamp is central to the plot of the story."