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WorldWide Learning Courses

We are currently developing our WorldWide Learning Programme to make the experience and teachings at Schumacher College more accessible, more affordable, more ecological and more flexible to everyone.

The courses we offer are run in association with the alumni of our postgraduate programmes. They are a mix of interactive e-learning with in-country residential intensives which helps us to maintain a high academic standard but also provide the quality of learning that people experience here at Schumacher College.

The Gross National Happiness Master Class, UK and Bhutan

24/07/2017 to 19/05/2018

With Ha Vinh Tho, Julia Kim, Julie Richardson, and guest teachers |
A 12 month learning journey to experience Gross National Happiness in practice and to develop the skills and experience to develop your own Gross National Happiness prototype supported by a community of peers, tutors and experts.

Participants will be issued with the GNH Training Manual and those who have successfully completed the GNH Master Class assessments will be certified GNH practitioners and be eligible to become members of the GNH Centre Bhutan network of GNH Trainers and Facilitators. The programme may also qualify for credits towards Continuing Professional Development. Read More..


Certificate In Holistic Science and Economics For Transition – Brazil 2018

Are you living in Brazil? Do you feel called to join a learning community making a difference to the specific themes, opportunities and challenges of your country?

Schumacher College is delighted to announce the forth year of its collaboration in a pioneering certificate-level course for participants in Brazil, run by Escola Schumacher Brasil.

This course brings together elements of the College’s highly regarded postgraduate courses in Holistic Science and Economics for Transition and will allow you to explore these issues within a deeply transformative educational experience. Read More...

For enquiries relating to our WorldWide Learning Programme please email:Julie Richardson –