USC's Graduate Certificate in Steiner Education is fully recognised by Steiner Education Australia. In addition, it is the only post-graduate Steiner Education program in Australia. With a high demand in Steiner schools worldwide due to a shortage of qualified Steiner teachers, this program will advance your teaching career while allowing for flexibility during your studies.
In this program you will:
- Complete four specialist courses in Steiner Education
- Learn from fully trained and qualified Steiner teachers and study with like-minded peers
- Develop skills and knowledge needed to advance in Steiner/Waldorf schools worldwide
- Progress to a Master of Education
- Semester 1
- Semester 2
- Delivery mode
- Blended Learning
- Total courses
- Total units
- 1 year
- USC program code
- Indicative course fee: A$9,800
A student entering the Graduate Certificate in Steiner Education will normally be required to hold a four-year bachelor degree (AQF Level 7) qualification from a recognised institution, or equivalent qualification.
Additional entry information
Standard English language requirements apply.
For the most up to date program requirements, please see the Graduate Certificate in Steiner Education program page.
- Education advisor
- Education consultant
- Qualified Steiner teacher
This program is fully recognised by Steiner Education Australia
Required courses (4) 48 units
Visit the How to apply for simple steps to submit your international student application and start your USC experience today.
Meet the course coordinator
Dr Shelley Davidow
PhD(Creative Arts) Sunshine Coast, MSc(Ed) Sunbridge College, BA Witw.
- Lecturer in Curriculum and Pedagogy
- Alternative Education Coordinator
- School of Education and Tertiary Access
Shelley Davidow is an international author and educator. For the past twenty years she has written and taught on five continents in kindergartens, primary schools, secondary schools, a medium security prison in the USA and at universities.
Having lived in Africa, the Middle East, Europe, America and Australia, Shelley is an advocate for social justice, transformative pedagogies and mitigating the effects of stress in the classroom. Her research on stress and children, on teaching literacy through creative writing and on decolonising the classroom through arts form the basis for her professional development courses and guest speaker events around Australia.
View Shelley's complete USC profile here.