The ARLT Foundation is a non-profit organisation,  founded to promote reflective adult learning  programmes that encourage cultural understanding and tolerance. The ARLT foundation provides guidance and support to institutes, schools and organisations that are developing initiatives for tolerance, peace and conflict resolution.

Welcome to the International Foundation for the Advancement of Reflective Learning and Teaching

The ARLT Difference

Superior quality and a prestigious award:

The principal aim of the ARLT, The Hague, is to provide a first class education.  We provide exciting programmes with a fresh and innovative approach that ensures enjoyment, enriches your life, unlocks your passion and guarantees success.  You will qualify with a prestigious award that will help you stand out from the crowd in such areas as leadership skills and presentation skills, and a superb grounding in the social sciences.

Acclaimed learning environment:

Our acclaimed international learning environment, interactive teaching and support is rarely found in the third level nor online learning. The ARLT provides personalised learning and teaching online so that students are fully engaged with their studies. The ARLT provides tutor assisted programmes as well as counsellor support throughout, courses with such support are few and far between. Our approach is about you as a whole person, this means that your personal situation and needs are given priority. Hear from some of our previous students.

Employment Opportunities:

For employment the programme opens up many opportunities in the areas of working with NGOs,   mentoring and teaching,  social care, advocacy, counselling, immigrants/refugees/displaced, buisness leadership,  multiculturalism training, diversity and working with peace education, gender violence, integration, radicalisation, inter-religious/ministry dialogue. It is of particular interst to those invovled in: (or wishing to)  child development, legal services, development, supervisory work, health care, policing,  special needs, disability, politics and community invovlement  and adult education or training.

Incomparable Value:

We are a non-profit organisation with roots in education since 1985, founded in The Hague, recognised globally as the home of international justice and accountability. The quality of our programmes is superior and since we are non-profit and grant supported the tuition fees are nominal (eg. Euro 540 with grant support) - similar programmes for EU residents would be in the region Euro 3,000 or for non- EU residents Euro 5,000.  Scholarships reduce fees even further to Euro 189.

International Approach:

You will graduate as a citizen of the world and join students from all over the world. In an increasingly global world it is essential to have a qualification that illustrates your willingness to participate in an education programme that instills diversity skills and an international outlook. For non-native English speakers the programme will allow your develop your written language skills to a level required at Master’s level. (IELTS 6.5) For native English speakers your writing skills will greatly improve.


The possibilities are endless after you have graduated. You could continue your studies with a Master’s degree, you could commence a new rewarding career or use your skills for success/promotion in your present career while simply being aware that you have gained a superb grounding in relevant areas to have a more meaningful understanding of your life and society.

Individualised Discourse Approach:

The ARLT is unique in each student is allocated not only a tutor but also a student counsellor who will assist the student throughout the programme.


The ARLT programmes are about enriching human lives. This is done through discourse and extension of the humanistic ideals which includes attitudes of care, trust, empathy, positive regard, and respect for the learner. This novel approach you will not have seen anywhere before.


The ARLT Foundation’s success is in no small part due to the commitment of tutors. This is also why ARLT programmes are valued so much. The relationship between the tutor and student is of major significance to the ARLT philosophy.

The tutor’s role is to ensure  student develop a passion and excitement  for learning and to anchor the learning process by providing a hands-on approach to issues as well as challenges. The ARLT  tutors allow flexibility to meet the demands of individual students who have diverse educational backgrounds and past experience.


The ARLT has considerable experience in reflective learning and teaching and the ARLT programme format is designed to provide students with the opportunity to engage in a highly personal way not only with the specific course subjects but with the many issues that confront us in the twenty first century.


Enrol Today!

Feelings of worth can flourish only in an atmosphere where individual differences are appreciated, mistakes are tolerated, communication is open, and rules are flexible -- the kind of atmosphere that is found in a nurturing home. The ARLT Foundation is nurturing, fresh and innovative, join us today.

We are changing education forever.

Countless students drop out of university each year simply because of negative evaluations and a belief that this defines their intelligence. Many more adults avoid educational institutions because they fear they will be faced with a negative self- image.   The ARLT  model is different. It is  grounded in reflection and care to ensure meaningful engagement and to strengthen a positive internal voice in all learners.



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ARLT Foundation,

The Equinox,

J.P Coenstraat 7,

The Hague 2595 WP,

The Netherlands.



Head Office, The Hague 070 2500 204

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London, UK 020 8144 8339

Cork, Ireland: 021 234 0125

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