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Courses Overview

Alex Francis from the Centre for Sustainable Futures, University of Plymouth. Photographer at Schumacher College July 2007 CSF@plymouth.ac.uk

Schumacher College offers a full range of courses from short courses to postgraduate programmes which cover all the key areas of sustainability. All our courses are designed to meet the needs of a wide range of individuals from professionals to those in continuing education. People from all walks of life come to the College, to engage with cutting edge ideas delivered by our faculty and our many distingushed visiting teachers.

Short Courses

A range of courses from 4 day to three weeks covering all manner of social and environmental issues including sustainable building to art and ecology. read more…

Dartington Certificate in Sustainable Horticulture

This is a one year course for those wishing to gain essential skills and knowledge in horticulture, linking into the a future when cheap fossil fuel products and energy will be scarce. It will involve a mixture of theory sessions with ‘hands on’ practical application. It is recommended for school leavers and mature students. read more…

Schumacher Certificate in Natural Building

The Certificate in Natural Building consists of seven individual week long courses spread over six months from January to June 2012. Each short course tackles a different subject area and when taken together these courses will provide a comprehensive theoretical and practical understanding of the key components of Natural Building. read more…

MSc in Holistic Science

A year long programme full time which develops students understanding of a range of pioneering social and scientific methodology and practice, with a chance to specialise later in the course. read more…

MA in Economics for Transition – Achieving low carbon, high well-being, resilient economies

Schumacher College is the first in the world to offer a postgraduate programme in Economics for Transition. This is about creating an economic system fit for the ecological, social, economic and spiritual challenges of the 21st century as we make the great transition to low carbon, high well-being and resilient economies. read more…

MSc Sustainable Horticulture and Food Production

Join the growers, leaders and change agents at the forefront of new thinking in Horticulture for resilient and healthy food systems. This Masters explores the frontiers of research and practice that will meet the social, ecological and economic challenges our food systems face in the 21st Century. We offer you a unique and transformative blend of academic and practical learning opportunities from Schumacher College, the Eden Project and the Centre for Alternative Technology.
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