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International Student Information

International Student Information Information for International Students International students are both those who live overseas and those who are in Australia, travelling, working or studying under a different visa class.  Permanent residents are considered international students.   Visit our photo gallery and testimonial page to see and hear about International students’ experiences. The Melbourne Rudolf Steiner […]

Spring Intensive – Primary Class Teacher

2023 Primary Class Teacher Spring Intensive A four-day in-person block intensive – 1-4 September 2023 Welcome the Spring term in with an invigorating Primary Class Teacher block intensive for learning, fellowship and fun.   This in-person block intensive can be taken to complement our part-time online Primary Class Teacher course or can be attended on its […]

Recording – Advanced Diploma Rudolf Steiner Education Information Evening

Recording – Advanced Diploma Rudolf Steiner Education Information Evening View a recording of our Information Evening session from 29 August 2022.  Get a feel for both the new ONLINE course and the on-campus course, learn more about the units of study, meet staff, and find about about our pathway to a Bachelor of Education. You […]

Recording – Outdoor Classroom Information Evening

Recording – The Outdoor Classroom: a new online course “Tell me, I’ll forget. Show me, I’ll remember. Involve me, I’ll understand.” Watch the recording of this Information Session here. You can read more about this course here. Information: 03 9876 5199 e:

Recordings – Part-time online Rudolf Steiner Education courses Information Session

Recordings – Part-time Online Education Courses Information Evening Find out more about our part-time Rudolf Steiner Education courses starting February 2022. See the links to recordings of the Information Sessions below.    Early Childhood (1 year online); Primary Class Teacher 1-6 (2 years, either online or on campus) High School Middle Classes 7-8 (3 terms, […]

Adv Dip Rudolf Steiner Ed – three steps you can take toward becoming a Steiner Teacher.

Advanced Diploma Rudolf Steiner Education starts Feb 2022. Three steps you can take today on your path toward becoming a Steiner Teacher! Download our 2022 Course Guide for the Advanced Diploma of Rudolf Steiner Education. This is a comprehensive overview of everything you need to know about this inspiring course in Rudolf Steiner Teacher education. […]

“Come and try morning” – an experience of the Ad Dip Rudolf Steiner Ed on campus.

Our door is open for prospective students to “Come and try” as an experience of the Advanced Diploma of Rudolf Steiner Education, on campus. Join in classes, share morning tea with students and staff, and get a feel for this unique course in Steiner Teacher Education. This is available on Tuesday or Wednesday mornings by […]

Considering a career in education as a Steiner Teacher? A free live streaming talk by Terri McMillan on her 36 years experience as a Steiner Teacher to inspire you!

SATURDAY 7TH NOVEMBER 2020 AT 10.00 AM LIVE STREAMING ON ZOOM, A FREE COMMUNITY TALK Considering becoming a Steiner Teacher? Live streaming talk on ZOOM by Terri McMillan, a highly experienced Steiner Teacher who will share her insights with you after a career of 36 years in the classroom. Study our Steiner Teacher courses in […]

Interested in deepening your understanding of Rudolf Steiner Early Childhood Education? Join us for a FREE LIVE STREAMING talk on “The adult as a role model worthy of imitation by the young child.”

When: on Zoom, Saturday 31st October at 10.00 am. We are excited to announce a live streaming talk about “The adult as a role model worthy of imitation by the young child” by Connie Grawert on Saturday 31st October at 10.00am on ZOOM. As the adults in their lives, we must understand the developmental needs […]

Eva set out to become a teacher after working in childcare. She completed the Ad Dip Rudolf Steiner Ed, finished her teaching qualification via the pathway and today is teacher in a Steiner School. She shares her experience here.

Eva worked for many years in childcare, where it became clear to her that these joyful daily interactions with children offered her inspiration for becoming a qualified teacher. Many people in her community suggested that she look into Steiner teaching, as it seemed like it might be the right fit for her aspirations and values […]