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United World Schools Teaching Fellowship Program Nepal

United World Schools Teaching Fellowship Program

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United World Schools Teaching Fellowship Program

United World Schools, Nepal Fellowship Program aims to improve the quality of teaching in our UWS Nepal Schools, whilst providing an opportunity for young Nepal leaders to gain valuable experience and make a real impact on the lives of remote and marginalised communities. The Fellowship’s principal aim is to provide quality education to poor and marginalised children in Nepal. The focus is therefore on teaching methodology, as well as the improvement of learning environments. Our goal is to create a sustainable program for trained and enthusiastic teachers to share their knowledge and skill-set in rural Nepal.

In the long-term, we expect the program to facilitate an exchange of ideas and become a catalyst for change on a regional and national arena. Our Alumni will go on to work in diverse educational roles; as curriculum designers, teacher-trainers, and education policy researchers, as well as more broadly in surrounding fields; as lawyers, journalists, corporate leaders, and entrepreneurs.

Fellowship Objectives

The program aims to achieve the following broader objectives:

  • To enhance the quality of education delivered in rural Nepal through modern teaching methodology
  • To create a meaningful connection between students, teachers, parents and community leaders, understanding each other’s problems through cooperation and collaboration
  • To produce leaders who can make a life-long commitment to addressing educational inequality, by teaching in poor and marginalized communities for at least two years
  • To improve the learning environment and life skills of rural children
  • To work towards removing socioeconomic barriers in remote communities


Fellows who are hopeful, tenacious, and centred on the needs of their students are eligible. Before applying, make sure that you meet the following basic program requirements:

  • The applicants should be a Nepali citizen
  • The applicants should have the proper understanding about the mission and goal  of UWS Nepal Teaching Fellowship
  • The applicants need to have completed minimum intermediate (10+2) level
  • The applicants should not be less than 20 years
  • There should not be any past police records of the applicants
  • The applicants should have the motivation to bring change in educational inequity of the country
  • The applicants should have proper leadership skills
  • The applicants should be fluent in Nepali and English speaking and writing
  • The applicants should have good numeracy skills
  • The applicants should have passion for education and developmental works
  • Most importantly, the applicants should have the willingness to make commitment for two years to the fellowship program of UWS Nepal

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Deadline: 20th June 2017


Type of Opportunity Scholarships and Fellowships
Deadline20 June,2017



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