Findhorn College adopts an ecological and holistic worldview to all of its work. Our focus is in the areas of community resilience, social development, system design and engaged transformative action.
The selection of courses and on offer as well as the course content reflects the needs and interests of both visitors and local residents. All of Findhorn College’s courses adheres to the standards set by the British Accreditation Council (BAC). We work collaboratively with selected partners to deliver our courses as well as draw on the expertise available from Findhorn community members.
Our courses offer:
- New knowledge and skills to further your career and aspirations
- Deepen the sense of meaning and purpose in your life
- A chance to openly explore your beliefs, values, theories and perceptions
- Strengthen your connection with the inner, spiritual dimensions of life
- Develop your capacity for more loving relationships with all life
- Contribute to a better future for our planet and humanity.
Why Findhorn College?
Attending a course at Findhorn College means you will learn alongside like-minded others, from participants, faculty, facilitators and community members who are engaging transformative change in their lives and the world. You will make new friends from all parts of the globe that share similar interests to you. You will enjoy the stunning surroundings of Morayshire, from the beautiful Findhorn River to the Moray Firth coastline.
Attending a course with the Findhorn College is a rare opportunity to participate in the Findhorn ecovillage, whether through helping in one of the Findhorn Foundation service departments (e.g: community kitchens or gardens), eating in the Community Centre, meditating or singing in one of the sanctuaries, or experiencing any number of extra-curricular activities.
Class sizes are small, usually between eight to 25, to ensure you get the most out of the learning & research opportunities available to you.