My UWC Vision: Part 1 – Introduction-

Mohammed Amine Belarbi (Morocco, RCN, 2010-2012)

It is indeed the most recurrent question today in the board office, administration corridors and students dorms in the light of the recent 50 Anniversary of the educational movement. What future for UWC? How will this institution transform in the next decades?
What I will attempt to answer, or at least give an insight on, is how UWC should operate in the coming years if the educational tycoon wants to establish an unshakable reputation throughout the world.

An easy hint on the upcoming content of the article for those who don’t have much time to spare reading: Monetary independence, Political influence, Educational Leadership and Active Entrepreneurship.
It is worth mentioning here a quote of JFK in his last speech before the famous assassination:
“It is a system which has conscripted vast human and material resources into the building of a tightly knit, highly efficient machine that combines military, diplomatic, intelligence, economic, scientific and political operations.”

This quote is what I will base my series of articles on, a series of articles some might see quite controversial as it advocates for a format or an institution provocative of the UWC values as we accept them today.

-United Words team-

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