for Waldorf Teachers
Our International Masters for Waldorf teachers draws people from all over the world. Students from more than thirty different countries represent the global interest in Waldorf education and the growing need for appropriately trained Waldorf teachers throughout the world.
Master of Arts
Length of the course
full-time; 18 months
There are possibilities of scholarships depending on need
Currently, studies in teaching Foreign Languages, Handicrafts, Gardening, Physical Education, and Music are possible, provided we have five or more applicants per subject.
A Bachelor's Degree or the equivalent in aa field related to education and/or a school subject. Many subjects are suitable - please ask us.
Michaela Escher (Painting), Prof.Dr. Edwin Hübner (Media Pedagogy), Prof. Roland Halfen (Art Observation, Art History),Prof. Matthias Jeuken (Eurythmie) Katharina DelBagno (Music), Prof. Dr. Peter Lutzker (Anthroposophy, Pedagogical Anthropology), Michael Neu (Physical Education), Richard Ramsbotham (Speech Formation), Prof. Stephan Ronner (Music), Prof.Dr. Albrecht Schad (Zoology), Prof. Georg Schumacher (Sculpture), Iris Taggert (Methodology), Prof. Dr. Tomáš Zdrazil (Anthroposophy, Pedagogical Anthropology, Methodology)
as well as many internationally well known and leading figures in Waldorf education such as
Christof Wiechert (Child Development and Child Psychology), Claus Peter Röh (Anthroposophy), Florian Osswald (Anthroposophy), Dr. Michaela Glöckler (Diagnositics), Dr. Martyn Rawson (Anthroposophy, Curriculum), Sven Saar (Anthroposophy, Methodology), Christian Breme (Study of Human Relations), Renatus Derbidge (Botany), William Forward (Anthroposophy)Trevor Mepham (Anthroposophy, Methodology), Dr. Markus Osterrieder (Cultural History), Norbert Dolderer (Methodology), Sabine Brues (Child Observation), Gunther Gebhard (Chemistry) Catherine Bryden (Clowning), Robert McNeear (Theatre), Michal Ben-Shalom (Anthroposophy, Didactics and Methodology)