© 2017 Mindfulness Association Limited

University of Aberdeen

MSc Studies in Mindfulness

COURSE OVERVIEW This course covers our Mindfulness Levels 1 to 3 courses supplemented with an academic exploration of the mindfulness literature and evidence-base and how mindfulness practice is applicable to your professional context. It covers training in research methodology as well as preparation for undertaking a research project or dissertation in the third year It also offers a teacher training pathway in accordance with the UK Network for Mindfulness Teachers. This course is unique in that it welcomes applicants from all professions including: physical and mental health, social care and wellbeing; education and learning; business and workplace; and public service sectors such as government and criminal justice. It is suitable for beginners as well as those who have previous experience of mindfulness and who want to develop their mindfulness practice within their work context. The course is delivered over residential weekends at Samye Ling Tibetan Centre in South West Scotland with a year-end residential retreat at the Holy Isle retreat centre  off Arran in Western Scotland. The course is modular can be exited after each year: Year 1 – Mindfulness and Compassion – exit with Post Graduate Certificate; Year 2 – Insight and Professional Inquiry (research methodology) – exit with Post Graduate Diploma; and Year 3 – Work Based Research Project or Dissertation – exit with Master of Science. Completing Year 1 and 2 of the course qualifies you for: MBLC Retreat – after which you will have trained to teach mindfulness and will be eligible to register on the UK Listing of Mindfulness teachers; and CBLC Retreat – after which you will have trained to teach compassion. For more information, please visit the University of Aberdeen’s page on the programme PDF Flyer for the course

Mindfulness Association

being present       responding with compassion       seeing deeply
© 2017 Mindfulness Association Limited

University of Aberdeen

MSc Studies in Mindfulness

COURSE OVERVIEW This course covers our Mindfulness Levels 1 to 3 courses supplemented with an academic exploration of the mindfulness literature and evidence-base and how mindfulness practice is applicable to your professional context. It covers training in research methodology as well as preparation for undertaking a research project or dissertation in the third year It also offers a teacher training pathway in accordance with the UK Network for Mindfulness Teachers. This course is unique in that it welcomes applicants from all professions including: physical and mental health, social care and wellbeing; education and learning; business and workplace; and public service sectors such as government and criminal justice. It is suitable for beginners as well as those who have previous experience of mindfulness and who want to develop their mindfulness practice within their work context. The course is delivered over residential weekends at Samye Ling Tibetan Centre in South West Scotland with a year-end residential retreat at the Holy Isle retreat centre off Arran in Western Scotland. The course is modular can be exited after each year: Year 1 – Mindfulness and Compassion – exit with Post Graduate Certificate; Year 2 – Insight and Professional Inquiry (research methodology) – exit with Post Graduate Diploma; and Year 3 – Work Based Research Project or Dissertation – exit with Master of Science. Completing Year 1 and 2 of the course qualifies you for: MBLC Retreat – after which you will have trained to teach mindfulness and will be eligible to register on the UK Listing of Mindfulness teachers; and CBLC Retreat – after which you will have trained to teach compassion. For more information, please visit the University of Aberdeen’s page on the programme PDF Flyer for the course
Mindfulness Association
being present       responding with compassion       seeing deeply