Our Programmes

In view of current COVID-19 pandemic, we are offering a special crash course on eEducation Tools for teachers in German-speaking Europe.

Find out more (in German)



JWL offers regionally and globally accredited and certified, high-quality curricula through a blended learning experience which includes both online and onsite support.  This model is an effective instrument for learning and the establishment of a global classroom, with a virtual community of learners. We accompany and support students by providing university and college professors, online tutors, as well as onsite facilitators.

We offer a palette of both credit-bearing and certificate courses which together form a pathway for lifelong learning, be it within JWL’s learning pathway or beyond. All of these programmes have been developed within the framework of Ignatian experience which seeks to develop the whole person, or cura personalis, with student learning structured around the concept of experience, reflection and action.






Academic programmes:

  • BA in Sustainable Development 
  • B.S. in Leadership 
  • BA in Management 
  • Diploma in Liberal Studies 
  • A series of credit-bearing Environmental courses


Click here for more information about academic programmes.

Professional certificate courses:

  • Learning Facilitator
  • Peace Leader
  • Youth Sports Facilitator
  • Creative Writing and Design
  • Ecotourism
  • eEducation Tools


Click here for more information about our professional certificate courses.

Global English Language programme

The language barrier is one of the biggest obstacles to accessing higher education and/or professional opportunities. JWL therefore offers a Global English Language programme which serves as a stepping stone.

Click here to find out more about our Global English Language programme.

Experience begins with the recollection of previous learning of facts, feelings and insights that may be of relevance to the discipline. To this experience, discipline-specific information, skills and knowledge are added through the learning process.


As part of the learning process, students are invited to pause and consider questions of significance to themselves and their communities in the context of their discipline-specific coursework.

At its culmination, participants are invited to consider how their new skills and knowledge can be put into action within their communities.