The Goetheanum is a meeting point for a diverse worldwide community of people who share a special interest in anthroposophy. People from different backgrounds come together to attend conferences, courses and seminars conducted by our faculty scholars and professionals.

Upcoming Programs

Anthroposophy Studies

Full-time & On-Campus
3 October 2022 - 23 June 2023

The Anthroposophy Studies on Campus is for anyone looking for an understanding of Rudolf Steiner’s work and how Anthroposophy relates to different fields. Theoretical lessons take place alongside artistic activities and field trips that support the learning process in an international study environment. Participants can choose to enrol for the entire program or one term. English is the primary language of communication, but the study work can be held in German, English and Spanish/Portuguese, according to the number of participants.

28 Days of Anthroposophy

30 January - 26 February 2023

This online course has been designed to reach a broad audience interested in addressing anthroposophical content from anywhere. Convenience and flexibility are the basis of this learning experience. Students can access synchronous (live) and asynchronous (self-paced) lectures and in-depth discussion groups led by the Goetheanum faculty. The joint sessions are in English, but the study work can take place in groups in German, English, French and Portuguese/Spanish.


Student Life On Campus

An international group of people comes together every year at the Goetheanum for the full-time Anthroposophy Study program. Studying in this intercontinental community is a unique experience that allows one to expand perspectives, enhance the ability to think creatively and gain new insights. The contacts made here form a long-lasting worldwide network!

Professional Development

Leadership Course

As a society, as organizations and as individuals we find ourselves confronted with unprecedented challenges. The Goetheanum Leadership Courses are based on the assumption that these challenges require a new form of leadership, one that allows us individually and as members of a leadership team to step into new terrain and to find and implement a transformative vision. The courses – the ‘Intensive Week Course’ and the ‘Two Module Course’ – aim to provide an exploration of practices based on Anthroposophy


Adult Education Program

Anthroposophy and anthroposophic initiatives, now in the second century after their inauguration, find themselves in a changed world. What they can contribute to meeting the challenges of this world has become more relevant and accessible. At the same time the awareness of contexts and the longing for personalized learning paths and authentic learning experiences calls for new approaches in anthroposophic adult education.



Every former student from the Goetheanum Studium is already part of our international Alumni community. To build a worldwide network and keep the connections alive, the Alumni team promotes periodic events to continue the study of anthroposophical content and catch up with former classmates.