Alanus University of Arts and Social Sciences
Alanus University is a state-approved private University of Arts and Social Sciences. It is a place of arts-based education and academic research. The University offers a wide range of courses covering both artistic and academic disciplines. Since January 2003, Alanus University has offered fully recognised and accredited arts degrees, and since January 2006, has offered fully state recognised academic degrees, including Business Management and Art Teacher Training. In May 2010 the University was awarded institutional accreditation by the German Scientific Council and was assigned the right to award doctorates.
Crossfields Institute International and the Institute of Philosophy and Aesthetics of Alanus deliver an MA and postgraduate certificate courses in close cooperation.
The Proteus School of Reflective Social Practice
The Proteus School work with all aspects of social change. The School is there to bring together a sensibility for, understanding of, and practice towards the relationship between ecological wholeness and social coherence and healing. To enable people to stretch their processes of inner and outer development to greater edges and depths; this is the foundation for socially responsive and life-supporting practices. The Proteus School of Reflective Social Practice is central to the delivery of the Reflective Social Practice pathway of the of the Alanus University Masters in Philosophy of Social Innovation.
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The Grubb School of Organisational Analysis
The Grubb School of Organisational Analysis exists to develop and promote the practice and theoretical evolution of Organisational Analytic practice as a contribution to the repair, healing and transformation of our co-created world. It is central to the delivery of the Organisational Analysis and Leadership pathway of the of the Alanus University Masters in Philosophy of Social Innovation and other leadership initiatives.
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