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Associations & Partnerships

Trinity College, London

Performing Arts Deparment of Unison World School is collaborated with Trinity College, London, which supports the music education including Classical, Jazz and Rock & Pop music. Every year students appear for examinations in Rock and Pop at various levels organized by Trinity College, London.


Prayag Sangeet Samiti is an institute imparting education in Indian Classical Music. Our girls also appear for Prayag Sangeet Samiti for Diploma examinations in Indian Classical music.


UWS also coordinates with SPIC MACAY (Society for the Promotion of Indian Classical Music and Culture Amongst Youth) and organizes performances of various eminent artists. We have also been the host for State Convection Programme held by Spic Macay.


International Award for Young People (IAYP)
The School is a member of the IAYP and encourages its girls to participate in its development programmes. Our girls compete for the Bronze, Silver and Gold Awards. Girls undertake community outreach programmes at Bandarjhud, Uttarakhand, and adventure activities at Nehru Institute of Mountaineering, Uttarakhand.

Educational Excursion to USA

Each year a group of at least 30 girls accompanied by three staff members from Unison World School visit NASA (National Aeronautical Space Administration) in Florida, USA. The visit provides hands on learning opportunities with Astronauts. Complete range of training activities at NASA generates interest in the field of Space and also enriches their knowledge on space exploration. Girls gain a deeper understanding of history of many manned and unmanned spaceflight programmes at NASA through the three day camp at Kennedy Space Center (KSC) which also includes the Astronaut Training Experience.

Our girls participate in Robotics workshop at MIT Boston. They participate in a guided tour of Harvard University and Parsons School of Design. The girls also experience the Niagara Adventure, which helps build independence and confidence as they explore new places in New York, feel like little princesses at Disney World and enjoy the rides at the Universal Studios.

Ski Training and Modern Language Learning Experience, Switzerland

Each year a group of at least 15 students and two staff members from Grades VI to XII participate in the Ski Training and Modern Language Learning Experience in Switzerland. The Ski Camp focuses on learning Skiing under the guidance of professional instructors and honing leadership attributes of the participants through Personal Development Workshops.

The Modern Languages Experience delivers learning of language practices at school with the natives, experiencing Alpine Adventure Sports, learning French and Spanish cuisines, besides etiquettes and skill building. This excursion also includes visiting important places of interest. The students get to explore the United Nations offices in Geneva through a guided tour. They also visit CERN, Red Cross, Callier Chocolate Factory and Gruyere Cheese Factory.

All this helps our girls in finding an extra edge in personality and persona, infusing new perspectives in the classroom.

International Student Exchange Partners

With a constant endeavour to deliver the best to its students, Unison World School incorporates educational excursions and Exchange Programmes into their academic calendar to promote the advancement of international understanding, the dissemination of learning and the strengthening of cultural ties.

At present, Unison World School shares their partnership with three reputed schools for Exchange Programmes:

St. Francis’ College, Letchworth, England

Rangi Ruru Girls’ School, Christchurch, New Zealand

Kilgraston School, Perthshire, Scotland

To stimulate the scientific bent of mind of students, UWS has been organizing regular trips to Kennedy Space Center, National Aeronautical Space Administration in USA. The visit provides hands on learning opportunities with astronauts. Conducted tour of Ivy League colleges and Parson School of Design forms an important part of the visit.
The School trip to Switzerland combines visit to the United Nations offices in Geneva, Alpine adventure, leadership workshops, language learning, French etiquettes and experiential excursions.

I- Can

To encourage growth and give our students skills & experience required to become internationally competitive in all spheres, Unison has tied up with one such educational movement I - Can

World Scholars’ Cup

“All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy”, to add a bit of enthusiasm and motivate students academically Unison has collaborated with World Scholars’ Cup. It is an international team academic program with students participating from over 65 countries.

Soft Skills by Pria Warrick

We at Unison ensure that our girls grow both socially and professionally to become the future leaders. To ensure the proper growth of our girls, we have a tie up with Soft Skills by Pria Warrick, who is one of the best personality developer and groomer. We arrange a 3 day session with Pria Warrick thrice in a academic session.

Community Service

Today’s students are leaders of tomorrow. It is our duty to prepare the students as compassionate and empathetic global citizens by helping them experience the real world and engaging with the wider community both inside and outside the School. Through our humble efforts, we try to build bridges between the ‘haves’ and the ‘have nots.’

Through this process, the students become aware of the needs and issues affecting our local and international communities. They learn about the ways in which communities respond and deal with social issues such as access to education, health care, gender parity and development.

The girls are actively engaged with an Anganwadi just behind the School, where they interact with the students and prepare them for various events like Sports Day, Children’s Day and many other festivals. We also contribute towards ‘GOONJ’, an NGO which uses the underutilized and excess urban household material as a tool for rural development. UWS students visit the primary school , ‘Arthur Foot Academy’ for children in one of the most backward, rural villages in India, called Bhandarjhud, and stay there for a couple of days engaging themselves with local children. The girls interact with the village community to gain a better perspective about the living conditions prevailing there. Through various activities, innovative and creative ways, they add value to the lives of these underprivileged children.

Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations, (CISCE) Curriculum

The school is affiliated to the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) with its affiliation to the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations, the School prepares students for the ICSE in the Secondary School and ISC Examination in the Higher Secondary School. The Board and the curriculum framework provide a platform for diversity of intelligence and multiple avenues to focus on the students’ potential.

Cambridge Assessment International Educations (CAIE) Curriculum

The school is also affiliated to Cambridge Assessment International Education (CAIE).The Cambridge International Curriculum sets a global standard for education. In order to provide greater flexibility and choice for students, the School offers the Cambridge Assessment International Educations (CAIE) curriculum. Being accredited by CAIE for the past ten years, UWS endeavours to prepare students for life by enabling them to develop an informed curiosity and a lasting passion for learning.

It is a two-year curriculum, in which the students are exposed to learner-centric and enquiry-based approaches to learning. Through this they develop skills in critical thinking and problem solving.

Cambridge International A Level is typically a two-year course for Grades XI and XII. IGCSE and A Levels are the board classes. Our international qualifications are recognized by the world’s best universities and employers, giving students a wide range of options in their education and career.


To fight tough with the COVID circumstances and to avoid any barrier in communication with our students we have taken up the Microsoft through which we commute digitally to our students.


For providing a quality & innovation to education Unison World School has tied up with Extra marks, It is a education company which provides education offline & online. To keep proper transparency between parent, student & teacher, UWS has collaborated with Extramarks.


The school has been using a ERP software named Fedena to manage Students, teachers and parents and give all a common platform. Its easy accessibility keeps everyone updated about all the ongoing happening in the school.


To give our students Career counseling where our students opt there career by there choices and not by chance, we have tied up with Institute of Career Counseling.

Career Launcher

In today’s world, competition is getting tougher day by day. We have collaborated our curriculum with prestigious professional institutes known for their high performing faculty and track record of success which provide classes for the following centralized admission tests/courses:

  • National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) (UG) for Medicine.
  • Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) for Engineering.
  • SAT/ACT (Requirement for colleges in the US, Singapore, Japan, Canada and the UK).
  • Common Law Admission Test (CLAT).
  • BBA/Integrated Programme in Management (IPM)/ Hotel Management.
  • BCA.
  • Bachelor of Journalism and Mass Communication (BJMC).
  • Various courses at NIFT and NID.

For all the above courses we have a tie up with Career Launcher, Avrial Classes and Test Rockers


To connect with our Alma mater globally, UWS have collaborated with “Univarity” – our Digital & Dynamic Alumni Association.

MAX Health Care

The Medical Centre in the School campus is managed by Max Healthcare. The School also has a tie-up with Max Super Specialty Hospital which is in close vicinity.

The experienced and well-resourced School Medical Centre conducts outpatient and inpatient treatment, minor procedures and surgeries. A Residential Medical Officer is assisted by four well-trained registered nurses from Max Super Specialty Hospital. The Medical Centre is within the hostel area and is a warm and caring place for the pupils.

The Medical Centre is equipped with:

  • Routine Treatments
  • Fourteen-bed General Ward
  • Four-bed Isolation Ward
  • Recovery Lounge.

The nurses and the GDA are available round the clock for best assistance and medical aid. Eye, ENT, Dental and Skin check-ups are organized periodically. A routine Cardiac screening is done for all girls at least once a year. Complete check-ups are also carried out each quarter to ensure that our girls are always in the best of health. Routine health concerns are normally seen during specified clinic hours. After hour calls are reserved for significant medical issues. In case of emergencies, a well-equipped ambulance is available for immediate evacuation to the nearby Max Super Speciality Hospital.