Apply for a grant of up to $1,000 and put the mission into action when you leave!
Go on… Apply today and start your journey to make a difference
The GoMakeADifference grant is awarded to successful applicants who are students in their final year at any UWC school or college from around the world. Please ensure that you meet the criteria before completing and submitting your application and are aware of how the projects will be assessed.
When applying tell us a bit about yourself and how you believe your project would make a difference. Let us know of any other team members involved, what you are hoping to achieve and how you will deliver your project. We would like you to submit a project proposal in the specified format as part of your application.
Please complete the form below and upload your project proposal as one document in the specified format. Your application will be reviewed and we will contact you in due course.
APPLICATIONS FOR 2019 AWARDS ARE NOW OPEN. Closing date will be 31st January 2019.
Your GoMakeADifference Proposal
In order to submit an application for a GoMakeADifference grant, UWC students must complete the Online Application Form and upload their Project Proposal (following the guidelines highlighted in writing your project proposal)
The uploaded Project Proposal must be one complete document and consist of the following:
- Title Page
- Table of Contents
- SECTION A: Your Project
- SECTION B: Your Plan
- SECTION C: About you and your team
Please note: Applicants are to submit sections A-C as one coherent document. The document must include: a title page; a table of contents; clearly marked A-C. The document must be uploaded as part of your online application in PDF or Microsoft Word format and must include a word-count immediately following each section A-C.
- SECTION D: Optional, send a link to a video presenting your project
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