Helping curious minds and questioning souls do the learning, connecting and reflecting we need to figure out what the good life means for each of us.Find your way
Find your way to live, feel and love fully. Share the journey with like-minded folk you can discuss, reflect, laugh and share with.Connect with like-minded friends
Learn in small groups with live video interaction.
Connect with people as curious-minded as you.
Get to know yourself better and explore what the good life means to you.
Learn from social-psychology, neuroscience, psychotherapy, anthropology, philosophy, creativity and more.
The Good Life School helps people understand themselves better in our wider contexts through small group interactive courses and workshops online and in person.
Our students learn about positive mental health and emotional wellbeing, human relationships and socio-political influences, drawing from the latest thinking and research from across the social sciences and humanities.
Learning is active and engaging, with small group discussions giving us the chance to connect with fellow bright sparks and soul-searchers from our own back yard and across the globe.Learn more
I feel inspired and uplifted! I’ve learned so much, and in ways I didn’t expect - it’s not just the fascinating course, it’s the way the classes are designed to get you to relate it to your own life/life in general. And you’re doing the thinking and learning with other people who give perspectives you’d never have thought of and hold a mirror up to yours. I’ve made some great connections with new friends, and I’ve noticed subtle changes in my thinking and behaviour - amazing! It’s good stuff, this Good Life School - thank you:)
— Kim Matthews, Teacher and Entrepreneur
GLS is a fantastic initiative, with (peer-reviewed) evidence-based information delivered in accessible and engaging formats. It offers the opportunity to reflect upon important life issues in interactive groups, ensuring the content can be explored in relation to one’s own life and current social context. As such it also provides the chance to build meaningful connections in a safe community with like-minded people. And last, but not least, it’s a lot of fun!
— Dr Aoife S. McKenna, Medical Sociologist