Postgraduate Academic Studies
In a full-time course of studies, core elements of Anthroposophy, pedagogical antropology, child and adolescent psychology and subject methodology are combined with an intensive artistic training in music, speech, Eurythmy, painting, drawing and sculpting. In conjunction with practical experience gained in a placement and long-term internships, this training thus offers extensive possibilities for teacher´s personal and professional development.
A further key element is an extensive training in the methodology and didactics of their chosen subject. The course is a graduate course and is concluded with a Master´s Thesis written and presented in English.
English Masters for Waldorf Teachers
|Degree||Master of Arts|
|Length of the course||full-time; 16 months|
|There are possibilities of scholarships depending on need|
Expertise in Subject Areas
Currently, studies in teaching Foreign Languages, Handicrafts, Gardening, Physical Education, and Music are possible.
A Bachelor´s Degree or the equivalent in Education or a field related to a school subject. Many subjects are suitable - please ask us.
Faculty for the International Masters Programme
Michaela Escher (Painting), Prof.Dr. Edwin Hübner (Media Pedagogy), Prof. Matthias Jeuken, Dr. Holger Kern (Music) Prof. Dr. Peter Loebell (Anthroposophy, Pedagogical Anthropology), Prof. Dr. Peter Lutzker (Anthroposophy, Pedagogical Anthropology), Michael Neu (Physical Education), 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), Christian Breme (Study of Relation), Renatus Derbidge (Botany) Dr. Peter Guttenhöfer (Anthroposophy, Methodology), Dr. Markus Osterrieder (Cultural History) Catherine Bryden (Clowning), Sarah Kane (Drama), Tessa Westlake (the Art of Creative Speech)