We're over the moon to be kicking off the inaugural World Education Week conference, which brings together leading schools from across the globe to share our expertise and champion the the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal on Quality Education.

One of our excellent Nepalese schools, United World Schools Mude, is the first of 100 leading schools to share their expertise at the world’s largest education conference, which is free and accessible online to all educators and humanitarian organizations worldwide.

United World Schools Mude has been recognised as a leader in education, even being selected as a model school in the Dharmadevi Municipality of Nepal. Our forward-thinking school will be hosting a panel event on 5th October at 9am, entitled “How we are transforming early education in rural Nepal”. You can attend our event for free here - simply click 'Register to attend' and select our event, which is first on the list.

Students doing a traditional dance at UWS Mude

World Education Week is led by Vikas Pota, a globally-respected leader and driving force in the education, international development, philanthropy and technology sectors. In launching the event, Mr Pota said:

I am incredibly inspired by the schools that applied to take part in this year’s World Education Week. Their commitment to improving the life chances of their learners by nurturing expertise and wanting to share their experience with others, especially in these challenging times, says a lot about the global education community. They are our heroes and World Education Week provides us all an opportunity not just to learn from them, but to celebrate their successes, too.

Our event will be hosted alongside 99 other leading schools from across the globe, on the World Education Week website. We're looking forward to sharing our expertise, celebrating our successes and learning from other incredible educators.


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