Who are our teachers?
Our courses involve intense student-teacher interaction. Meet our teachers, and read about their background?
A list of UAS (Hogeschool Leiden) facilities.
A quick overview of services and facilities provided by our department and UAS.
What is eurhythmy?
What’s the origin of eurhythmy? How is it used? A short introduction to this modern art of movement.
Structure of the programme
What does our BA programme involve? Part-time and full-time. What courses are offered? What support is available?
Pick your own orientation day
Since our department is small-scale and personal, we are able to do something special: you can pick any day (by mutual agreement) to attend and even participate in the lectures or tutorials, if you feel like it. It will allow you to experience the programme from the inside out. You will also get a chance to talk to the tutors and students, and there will be time for a personal interview in which we can answer all your questions. For an appointment, please send an email to Martje Brandsma at email@example.com.
Open Days in Leidenn
The Open Days are the perfect opportunity to get to know more about eurhythmy. You can attend student presentations, workshops, films, and you get to talk to tutors and students. In addition, a number of graduates who now teach eurhythmy classes at (Waldorf) schools will be present. There is room for a personal interview to discover whether the study programme might be right for you, and you will find information about the conditions for starting with the programme. You will find that the mood is lively and fun.
The next Open Days will be in October 2018
On the day itself, you just hand in a print-out of our confirmation mail and walk in, no need for further registration or queuing. If you think you might decide to enrol for the BA programme on the Open Day, remember to bring your DigiD login code!
It is important to find out whether our study programme is right for you. That is why you can ask Martje Brandsma for advice. She is a Eurhythmy teacher with the department. You can contact her with any questions you may have about our programme. If you send her an email at firstname.lastname@example.org, she will call you back or send you an email.