Studium

Études

Les études sont interculturelles et intergénérationnelles. Les étudiantes et étudiants viennent de tous les continents et de beaucoup de cultures et de langues différentes. L’Anglais est la langue de communication générale comme partout dans le monde, les études de textes se passeront en Allemand, en Anglais, en Espagnole et Portugais.

Discover – Understand – Experience

Anthroposophy is a way of understanding man and the world. It seeks and enables an attitude that is not taught and learned, but is repeatedly practised. Thus, creativity and autonomy, dialogical work and mutual concern determine the 'Goetheanum Anthroposophy Study'. There is an infinite number of things to discover, understand and experience – learning and teaching become a way of life at the Goetheanum which is always individual and distinctive – and which shapes future life.

The various elements of the academic year such as art, text study, seminars, individual project work and travel allow for a balanced study.

Steiner's Work

Rudolf Steiner's work is characterised by its evolutionary force. This evolution looks towards a humane future. In his artistic, literary or architectural works, in his social reform or cultural renewal work, it is just as evident as in his writings in the humanities. The thought processes of these writings demand that one thinks for oneself. The creative activity of thinking and studying is encouraged in the courses and seminars. Being together with other students, teachers and many people from different countries in the Goetheanum context is a crucial component of the international 'Goetheanum Anthroposophy Study'.

Art

Artistic activities in various disciplines permeate the entire course of study. In particular eurythmy and speech formation, painting and sculptural work allow students to experience and develop their own creativity. The reception of art in guided and free contemplation or in the numerous musical, theatrical or eurythmic performances at the Goetheanum and in the immediate vicinity in Basel forms one's own cultural-spiritual contour.

Courses

The ever changing 'Weekly Seminars', in which a topic is introduced daily by selected specialist lecturers in a lecture and/or seminar style, cover a wide range of topics such as time symptomatology, architecture or pedagogy. Guests from all over the world, who register separately, can become part of the study group for one week.

Project

The reason for studying is a question in its own right. A question in connection with the world and mankind, with our time and culture. This question is new every time and for everyone. Study at the Goetheanum takes this individual starting point seriously. At the same time, however, it offers a wide variety of ideas for engaging with art and culture, in philosophy, science and social life. A continuous pursuit of one's own project, a written thesis as well as a presentation at the end of the academic year enable and demand open and purposeful study.

Trip

Uniqueness is a sign and expression of identity. Learning to see and love cultural, historical or individual uniqueness is part of studying at the Goetheanum. One way of discovering this uniqueness is to travel to special places where European intellectual and cultural history is visible in stone, painting or landscape. The trips to Florence and Chartres/Paris are part of the study programme, the costs for which are individually calculated according to the form of travel and accommodation.

Certificate

A completed course in the academic year is confirmed by a certificate. Every student receives a portfolio that will be recognised as a non-university academic achievement on the student's own initiative. A Bologna-compliant degree cannot be obtained at the Goetheanum.

Alumni

The Alumni Network, of which every former student is a member, aims to connect all alumni and maintain a vital worldwide network. At the centre of its work is the question of how the study of Anthroposophy can be continued after the time at the Goetheanum and how what has become, through Anthroposophy, can be integrated into work and everyday life. Every year there is an alumni event at the Goetheanum.

Alumni

Wochenübersicht und Daten

2020-2021

11th Jan – 19th Mar 2021
Mutuality – Realising human world relations

12th Apr – 23th June 2021
Commitment – Transforming Self & World

2021-2020


04.10.2021 - 17.12.2021
Metamorphosis – Paths of Participation Goetheanistic Approaches to Science, Art & Social Life

Herbstferien: 01.11.2021 - 05.11.2021
Trip nach Chartes (falls möglich): 13.12.2021 - 16.12.2021

17.01.2022 - 25.03.2022
Mutuality – Realising human world relations
Trip nach Florenz (falls möglich) 14.02.2022 - 17.02.2022

25.04.2022 - 01.07.2022
Commitment – Transforming Self & World

Verantwortliche für das Studium

Constanza Kaliks

*1967 in Chile

Études de mathématiques et de pédagogie Waldorf, doctorat en pédagogie avec une thèse sur Nicolaus Cusanus. 19 ans d'activité en tant qu'enseignant Waldorf et professeur de formation des enseignants à São Paulo. Depuis 2012, responsable de la section des jeunes au Goetheanum et membre du conseil exécutif de l'école de science de l'esprit. Depuis fin mars 2015, membre du Conseil exécutif de la Société Anthroposophique Générale. À partir de Pâques 2020, conjointement avec Claus-Peter Röh et Peter Selg, à la direction de la Section Anthroposophique Générale.

patricia.sethaler@goetheanum.ch ioana.viscrianu@goetheanum.ch

Matthias Rang

Geboren 1973 in Deutschland. Studierte Physik, 2007 Forschungsaufenthalt an der University of Washington in Seattle, USA. Seither als Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter in der Naturwissenschaftlichen Sektion am Goetheanum in Dornach, Schweiz, tätig. 2015 Promotion an der Bergischen Universität Wuppertal, Deutschland, und seit 2020 zusammen mit Johannes Wirz für die Leitung der Naturwissenschaftlichen Sektion verantwortlich.

Robin Schmidt

Geboren 1973 in Deutschland. Studierte Philosophie und Kulturgeschichte, danach Erziehungswissenschaften. Er ist selbständig erwerbstätig als Erwachsenenbildner, Philosoph und Berater und wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter an der Pädagogischen Hochschule FHNW mit Forschungsprojekten zu Fragen des Menschseins, Lehrens und Lernens in der digitalen Transformation.

Edda Nehmiz

Geboren 1974 in Deutschland. Ausbildung zur Tischlerin, dann Studium der Politik & Organisation und Pädagogik in Deutschland, Großbritannien und der Schweiz. Seit 2006 im Bereich Studium und Weiterbildung am Goetheanum tätig. Sie gibt dem Bereich die organisatorische Grundstruktur und ist besonders mit der Frage befasst, wie Form und Inhalt im Bezug auf Organisation und Lehrinhalte zusammengehen, um eine freilassende Lernumgebung zu ermöglichen.

studium@goetheanum.ch

+41 61 706 44 14

Bodo von Plato

Studium der neueren Geschichte, Philosophie und Waldorfpädagogik. Lehrer an einer Steiner Waldorfschule in Paris. Aufbau der ‹Forschungsstelle Kulturimpuls› in Heidelberg. Von 2001 bist 2018 Mitglied des Vorstandes der Allgemeinen Anthroposophischen Gesellschaft und des Leitungskollegiums der Freien Hochschule für Geisteswissenschaft.

Kontakt

Edda Nehmiz

Geboren 1974 in Deutschland. Ausbildung zur Tischlerin, dann Studium der Politik & Organisation und Pädagogik in Deutschland, Großbritannien und der Schweiz. Seit 2006 im Bereich Studium und Weiterbildung am Goetheanum tätig. Sie gibt dem Bereich die organisatorische Grundstruktur und ist besonders mit der Frage befasst, wie Form und Inhalt im Bezug auf Organisation und Lehrinhalte zusammengehen, um eine freilassende Lernumgebung zu ermöglichen.

studium@goetheanum.ch

+41 61 706 44 14

Application

We look forward to receiving your application including personal details about your motivation to study and your professional career.

General Information

Language
English is the language of communication in the programme. Text studies also take place in German, English and Spanish/Portuguese.

Costs

Tuition fees are CHF 1200 per trimester, CHF 3600 for the academic year (costs for excursions and travel are not included in the fees).

A fairly basic student life in Switzerland is possible at CHF 1200 per month.

From a scholarship fund based on donations, we are able to award a few tuition fee scholarships per year to people from countries with very large currency differences. For this purpose, a separate letter must be submitted with details of the student's own financial situation and the amount needed for the desired scholarship (30%, 50% or more).