Joining UWCGB as a Member
Pay it forward to the next generation of UWCGB by joining us as a member
Thank you for considering joining UWCGB as a member!
Revenue from your membership fee is essential to covering the costs of UWCGB. It ensures we are able to run selections, engage in outreach for potential students, bring the alumni community together and raise vital scholarship funds. Thank you for supporting us to do this vital work.
By joining as a member you are also the first to hear about our events, will receive our quarterly newsletter, and be eligible to vote at our Annual General Meeting.
If you are eligible for free membership but feel you would like to contribute to the running of the National Committee, please do select a paid membership tier.
Which Membership is right for me?
We have five membership types, and the option to gift martini and champagne membership.
Our standard membership fee is £40 per year. We have introduced lower membership fees for younger alumni and parents of current students to ensure our community is inclusive.
Please act with integrity when signing up for membership, and give back to the National Committee to support and select the future generation of students. We can and do check free membership sign ups against age and volunteer status.
1. Mineral Water
This membership is open to: Current UWC student | UWC Alumni under the age of 25 | Current UWC GB volunteers |
This membership is those eligible for free membership, but would like to make a small donation.
This membership is open to: Parents/guardians of current UWC students | UWC Alumni under the age of 30
This membership level is open to all alumni and friends of UWCGB.
This membership is for those who wish to give that little bit extra to UWCGB.
6. Gift Membership - Martini
Gifting Martini Membership is a great way to mark any special occasion.
7. Gift Membership - Champagne
Gifting Champagne Membership is the perfect way to mark any special occasion.
Gift Membership - Cappuccino
Give Cappuccino Membership to your UWC friends and family