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  1. Bachelor of Arts (Dance) in Eurythmy
    • Four year, full-time or six year, part-time
    • Prerequisite: matriculation exam pass and fluency in English
    • Pedagogical aspects are Waldorf-inspired
    • Integrates modules from first year teacher training
    • Fully accredited by Council on Higher Education's Higher Education Quality Committee (CHE/HEQC), and registered by South Africa's Department of Higher Education and Training
    • Accredited by General Anthroposophical Society Section for the Arts of Eurythmy, Speech, Drama and Music
  2. Upgrade from Diploma in Eurythmy to Bachelor of Arts (Dance) / one-year Artistic Course
    • One year, full-time
    • Prerequisite for the Upgrade: Either BA(Dance) in Eurythmy or Diploma in Eurythmy
    • Creating and rehearsing an artistic programme and performing in South Africa
    • Solo work in tone and speech eurythmy
    • Research project: mini-dissertation on a eurythmy-related theme
    • Artistic work in small groups creating and directing own choreography
    • Modules on advanced topics
    • Eurythmy in the workplace
    • Pedagogical aspects – Waldorf-inspired
    • Accredited by General Anthroposophical Society Section for the Arts of Eurythmy, Speech, Drama and Music

For applications, it is recommended to book an interview first, by contacting us on 021-7976802 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. You are, however, also welcome to start by sending us the application form, which you can download here.

2020 fees

BA (Dance) in Eurythmy Course

The course fees are reviewed annually, and the amounts for full-time students in 2020 are:

Payment option 1: 1 x R 64,200 Payable by 31 January
Payment option 2: 2 x R 33,880 Payable by 31 Jan and 30 June
Payment option 3: 10 x R 7,380 Payable monthly from 31 Jan - 31 Oct

Limited bursaries are available for South Africans from disadvantaged backgrounds. An application can be submitted to Helen Stotko, chairperson of the bursary committee.

After acceptance on the course, and prior to starting the lessons, a non-refundable registration deposit is required of R 3,000. This, together with completing a one-page form to confirm registration, guarantees the placement of the student onto the programme and the commencement of the contractual obligations as defined in the application form.

Possible further expenses of R 3,000 - R 4,000 include:

Purchasing some books and resource materials

  • Stationery, photocopies, prints
  • A descant recorder for the music sessions
  • Travel expenses for practicals, a few excursions, etc.

Bank name: Standard Bank
Account name: Centre for Creative Education
Account number: 071793046
Reference: Student name
Branch: Plumstead 025409

Upgrade and Artistic Courses are priced on a case-by-case basis.