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  1. Click to start Pathway to Paradise

  2. Today’s Presentation • Benefits to The Region • About UWC • Action

  3. UWC International Started 1962 12 colleges throughout the world “An exceptional and inspiring education”

  4. Purpose: Identify the most exceptional young people Accelerate, guide and mentor Promote humanitarian and environmental values UWC International “An exceptional and inspiring education” Growing tomorrow’s leaders

  5. Features of a UWC: Two year residential course 200 students, aged 16 -19 years Chosen from 115 countries Full scholarship funding International Baccalaurete curriculum UWC International “An exceptional and inspiring education” Growing tomorrow’s leaders

  6. UWC International “An exceptional and inspiring education” • Equal Access • No discrimination • Selection on Merit: Academic ability Personal passion and drive Social commitment others • Fully funded by charitable scholarship • Not for profit Growing tomorrow’s leaders

  7. UWC International “An exceptional and inspiring education” • New Zealand Access • 40% New Zealand students • 100 NZ students at NZUWCplus • 24 NZ students at other UWC schools • 10 from this region Growing tomorrow’s leaders

  8. UWC International 1962 Atlantic College - Wales

  9. UWC International Lester Pearson College - Canada

  10. UWC International Li Po Chun – Hong Kong

  11. UWC International Waterford KaMhlaba – Swaziland

  12. UWC International Red Cross Nordic – Norway

  13. UWC International Costa Rica

  14. UWC International “An exceptional and inspiring education” Nelson Mandela – Co-President of UWC International “Education is the great engine of personal development”

  15. UWC International “An exceptional and inspiring education” Queen Noor of Jordon – Co-President of UWC International “The fundamental values of UWC are increasingly relevant.” “Each UWC graduate is potentially a future architect of peace.”

  16. UWC International “An exceptional and inspiring education” Founder of: • Outward Bound • Duke of Edinburgh • Gordonstoun • Salem • Round-Square • United World Colleges Kurt Hahn – UWC founder

  17. Global Vision • Promoting Peace • Sustainable Future

  18. Academic excellence • 40+ universities recruit • Shelby Davis Scholarship

  19. Who Is Involved? NZ UWC National Committee since 1974 • 2 - 3 NZ students each year NZ UWC Trust established 2006 • To establish a United World College in New Zealand • Target opening in September 2012

  20. Advisory Group • Tony Baldwin– Strategic, Government, Legal • Martin Harvey – Strategic, Government • Carolyn Solomon – Education, UWC • Janice Campbell – Education, UWC • Paddy Marra – Financial, Business, UWC • Craig Stobo– Financial • Cate Brett– Media • Stuart Chrisp– Human Resources • Lucy Barnard– Graduate liaison • Simon Beale– Environmental

  21. The NZ Project Site for UWC NZ Paradise, near Queenstown

  22. What’s Been Achieved • Liaison with UWC Intn • Formed Advisory Group • Strategic workshops • Established Trust • Legal and financial scoping • Feasibility study planning

  23. What’s Been Achieved Site Review • MOU for use of 35 hectares • Confirmed resource consent viability • Onsite survey, architectural and RMA scoping

  24. What’s Been Achieved Pre Feasibility • Visited UWC in London and Netherlands • Established criteria and budget • Networked and seed fundraising

  25. The Path Forward Stage Two – Feasibility Study Stage Three – Source Funding Stage Four – Build Programme Stage Five – Opening 2012

  26. Regional Benefits • 10 students from region

  27. Regional Benefits Financial Investment $30m to build $10m infrastructure $10m equipment $7 m to operate

  28. Regional Benefits Economic Diversification Education Sustainable Excellence

  29. The Region Gains Additional Employment • 31 teaching staff • 30 admin staff • 24 support staff A total of 85 additional fulltime quality jobs

  30. Regional Benefits • International Connectivity

  31. Regional Benefits Showcase College • Education + IT • Environmental management • Race relations • Restorative justice Government Goals • Identity • Transformation • Capacity

  32. Regional Benefits • Outward Bound

  33. Regional Benefits Service Commitment 10 hours per week ¼ of a fulltime job 62 fulltime workers

  34. Regional Benefits Education Extension and Enrichment

  35. Regional Benefits Education Extension and Enrichment • Assistance within schools

  36. Regional Benefits Education Extension and Enrichment • Weekend student retreats • Student forums

  37. Regional Benefits Education Extension and Enrichment Higher Thinking • Angelo G&T • Odessey of the Mind • Future problem solving

  38. Regional Benefits Education Extension and Enrichment • Mentorship • Buddy Programme

  39. Regional Benefits Education Extension and Enrichment • Holiday enrichment courses

  40. Regional Benefits Education Extension and Enrichment • Virtual classroom

  41. Regional Benefits Education Extension and Enrichment • School • Special needs • Gifted and talented • Disadvantaged Camps

  42. Regional Benefits Social Support Elderly care Youth focus

  43. Regional Benefits Environment Mainland Island Research Wilderness Centre Preservation of heritage

  44. Exceptional Service Outcomes Race Rocks Sea rescue service Ecological Reserve Fisheries protection TV Ecology Programmes Marine Protected Area Virtual Classroom

  45. Feasibility Study • Financial modelling • Facilities modelling • Environmental study • Existing college review • Academic plan • Market analysis • Legal structure • Geotechnical investigation • Risk assessment • Support plan • Marketing plan

  46. Budget Completed in 2007

  47. Feasibility funding 70% Local • Trusts – CLT, CToO and CToS • Local government – QLDC • Local business – pro bono services • Local individuals 30% National • Trusts & Foundations – several • Government – NZTE, DIA • Corporate – pro bono • Individual benefactors

  48. Recognising Value Maastricht City Tender Included: • An existing campus for Free • A fulltime project liaison person • €1,200,000 over 4 yrs during setup stage(equally from City, University, Business and private donors)

  49. UWC in This Region? 1. Area of outstanding environmental value 2. Where the college can make a contribution 3.Where it gains local support

  50. UWC in This Region? • Your Support • Personal Influence • Pro Bono • Dollars