What We Do
The University Women’s Club is a club of English speaking women who have completed a minimum of two years of study from an accredited university, college, or institution of higher learning.
The club was founded in May 1935 by a group of 35 women expats to further cultural and educational interests among English-speaking university women living in Argentina.
Our membership now represents over 15 nations. We sustain this founding principle, as well as adopting one of contributing to the advancement of education among our members and the community at large.
- Special Activities expansion 40%
- Workshops growth in 2015 30%
- Increase Art shows 70%
Our Activities and Outreach
From March through November UWC offers a wide range of activities and study groups designed to address the interests and needs of its membership. We are always open to suggestions for new activities, so please contact us with your ideas. As a rule of thumb our activities and study groups use the English language, except of course in the case of specific language study groups.
The UWC is affiliated with a number of institutions throughout the broader community and takes special pride in its sponsorship of a rural school in the Province of Entre Rios.
UWC 80th Anniversary video
Frequently Asked Questions
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How can I get to know the UWC before deciding whether I’d like to join?
Why not join us at a monthly luncheon as a paying guest?
Is there a cost involved in becoming a member of the UWC?
Please contact membership
I don’t have a university degree, but I did attend an institution of higher education. Can I still join the UWC?
Yes, please visit our membership section.
My mother cherishes her life with UWC and most importantly, all the lifelong friends she made there. Germaine Bosch’s daughter
The UWC has meant many things to me: Both learning and friendship as the Club’s motto says. I have learnt from the many interesting speakers as well as from having to talk in public when I was president. Shaké Balian
As a member of this club for almost 35 years I want to express my gratitude to this institution for all it has given me. The UWC is a cultural generator where we all draw from, where we all find nourishment, both cultural and spiritual. María Rosa Braile