Every school in the world can apply to become a member of the UNESCO Associated Schools Project Network (ASPnet). It is a network of pre-primary, primary, secondary and vocational schools, and teacher training institutions, which are committed to promote UNESCO’s ideals, values and priorities and willing to contribute proactively to a more just, peaceful, inclusive and sustainable world, in line with the objectives of the ASPnet Strategy 2014-2021.

If your school is interested in becoming an ASPnet member, you must:
  • familiarize yourself with the Network and its activities
  • ensure that the Principal/Director of your school/institution is in agreement before making the decision to apply
  • complete and submit the Expression of Interest Form below.

Once you submit the Form, it will be sent to the ASPnet National Coordinator of your country for review, and to determine considering whether your school meets the criteria required to join the Network.

You will receive an acknowledgment of receipt and in due time, you will be informed about the results of the review. Once the full application process at country level is completed, UNESCO is responsible for the final decision on admissions and certification.
Expression of Interest Form
Please note that all the fields are mandatory
 
Country *
Name of the school *
E-mail address of the school *
Number Street
Postal code City/Town
State/Province/Department
Country/City code Telephone number
Country/City code Fax number
Website
Facebook page
Twitter account
Levels of Education
School Status
 
UNESCO ASPnet Focal Point
 
Civility
First name * Last name *
Function
E-mail address * E-mail address 2
 
Does the Focal Point have dedicated time to plan and implement ASPnet activities within the school?
Does the Focal Point have dedicated resources to plan and implement ASPnet activities within your school?
If yes, please give details : (40 words Maximum) *
 
Please explain briefly why you want your school to become a member of the UNESCO ASPnet * (100 words max)
How did you hear about the UNESCO ASPnet?
Thank you !
 
 
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