Frequently Asked Questions

How much does it cost to study at Waterford Kamhlaba UWCSA?

Please find the latest table of fees here.


What are this year's term dates?

Term dates can be found here.


Are scholarships available?

Waterford does offer a number of scholarships and bursaries to students on the basis of both need and merit. Please indicate on the application form whether you will require financial assistance. IB students applying through a National Committee are also eligible for bursary assistance.


How do I apply?

There are two ways to apply to study at Waterford. The first is to apply directly to the school. Application forms and details of the testing process can be found here. Applications to study the International Baccalaureate programme can be made through the United World College's National Committee structure. For more information on this method, please visit www.uwc.org.


How do I contact a member of staff?

Email addresses of individual members of staff can be found here. In case of emergency, either contact one of the school's Central Management Group here, or call the school directly to be put in contact with another member of staff.


How do I inform the school that my child is unwell?

Contact the main office at Waterford and the message will be passed on to staff.


What is the schedule for school buses? 

The bus schedule can be found here


What is UWC?

UWC stands for United World College, the organisation of international schools which Waterford is a part of. UWC brings together students from over 150 countries to study in schools which share Waterford's vision of international multiracial education. To find out more about the UWC organisation you can visit the official website at www.uwc.org or access basic information here.