Bodhi College: Early Buddhist Teachings for a Secular Age Bodhi College is a unique educational organisation dedicated to contemplative learning. Our inspiration stems from the Dharma as found in the earliest Buddhist texts. We focus on offering an in-depth exploration of these teachings that is not usually possible in a traditional silent retreat setting. We have a core faculty and visiting faculty of senior Dharma teachers. Our residential and non-residential courses and programmes take place in a number of different venues in the UK and mainland Europe. We also offer popular online courses that are available to practitioners all over the world. A Vision Over the past forty years, a growing number of people from all walks of life have been drawn to Buddhist ideas, values and practices. With the introduction of mindfulness into healthcare, education, business and other fields, Buddhist meditation is now entering the mainstream of modern societies to an unprecedented degree. An education Bodhi College offers an ethical and philosophical framework for practising meditation and the Dharma in the context of our secular age and culture. Our courses draw on the early teachings of the Buddha before they became codified into the doctrines of the different Buddhist traditions. The college is non-sectarian and unaligned with any Buddhist orthodoxy or particular school. While making use of modern critical scholarship, our intentions are pragmatic rather than academic. We offer a contemplative education that inspires students to integrate Dharma values into all aspects of their daily lives. An invitation We welcome Buddhists and non-Buddhists alike, people of any faith or none, and those who use mindfulness for its therapeutic value, as much as those for whom meditation is part of their religious practice. For more see our mission statement. Latest News 2018 programme open for bookings Autumn newsletter available here. Sign up for our Email Newsletter. See our Programme page for more info. See our Mission Statement. Resources: Articles and Reading Lists.