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WorldWide Learning Courses

world wide learning at schumacher college 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 at this time 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.

Further developments are underway – more information will be available here soon.

It is only possible to develop our WorldWide learning through the kind generosity of our sponsors. 

If you would like to help us develop this resource then please consider making a donation via our JustGiving page.

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“The task of education should be, first and foremost, the transmission of ideas of value, of what to do with our lives.” E.F. Schumacher


For enquiries relating to our WorldWide Learning Programme please email:

Julie Richardson –

Certificate In Holistic Science and Economics For Transition – Brazil 2017

May, 2017
Schumacher College is delighted to announce the third year of its collaboration in a pioneering certificate-level course for participants in Brazil, run in partnership with Escola Schumacher Brasil, bringing 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.

The Certificate in Holistic Science & Economics for Transition

January, 2017
The Certificate in Holistic Science & Economics for Transition gives participants an introduction to holistic thinking and action as they have developed in the West over recent years and to explore parallels between this thinking and the insights of traditional cultures.