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Joy, Love, Compassion and Equanimity: The Evidence-Based Heart of Secular Buddhism

 This next NTI Conversation is a free online event!

Wednesday 24 July, 1pm – 2pm (AEST)

NEW! Graduate Certificate in Applied Mindfulness

 

Commencing 2024, online and on campus

Join us for on-campus study in 2024!

NTI is welcoming students back to the classroom for Applied Buddhist Studies, Humanistic Buddhism, Health & Social Wellbeing, and Applied Mindfulness. 

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Now offering the SSI Allianz Refugee Scholarship!

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ABOUT NTI

BRINGING 2500 YEARS OF WISDOM AND VALUES TO CONTEMPORARY HIGHER EDUCATION

Nan Tien Institute (NTI) is Australia’s first Government accredited, higher education provider with a strong focus on personal development in the areas of Buddhism, health and social wellbeing, mental health and mindfulness.

Each course incorporates contemplative education methods, mindfulness and embraces Buddhist values.

We offer a range of tailored workshops for health and business professionals as well as accredited mindfulness for schools workshops.

Meditation at NTI
Classes at NTI

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Are you interested in a holistic education that will give you the qualifications to pursue a unique and meaningful career path, or take you forward in your current career? Or do you have a thirst for knowledge and want to experience a powerful study opportunity that will change the way you look at life and engage with the world around you?

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Humanistic Buddhism is founded in the idea that Śākyamuni Buddha was born, delivered teachings, and achieved enlightenment in the human world. Venerable Master Hsing Yun declares that Humanistic Buddhism is therefore true to the original intents of the Buddha as it is relevant to human needs.

The goal of Humanistic Buddhism is to focus on the issues of the world rather than on how to leave the world behind, on caring for the living rather than for the dead, on benefiting others rather than benefiting oneself, and on universal salvation rather than cultivation for oneself only.

 

Venerable Master Hsing Yun’s Three Acts of Goodness

“Do good deeds, say good words
and think good thoughts”

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NTI VOICES

WHAT OUR STUDENTS SAY

“I would definitely recommend NTI to other students wanting to learn more about meditation, mindfulness and Buddhism practices – for their own interest, and also for those in the healing professions to develop knowledge to complement their studies or area of practice. It has been really interesting to compare how in Western psychology our main focus is to reduce people’s symptoms, but with a Buddhist focus it’s a lot to do with allowing people to thrive and flourish in life. Studying at NTI has been a really positive experience and I look forward to learning more.”
Buddhist School in Wollongong
Buddhist School in Wollongong

ANGELA CHADWICK – NAN TIEN INSTITUTE STUDENT

Offering a high degree of flexibility, our courses can be studied online or on campus, full or part-time. Our courses are designed for health and wellness professionals, counsellors, educators, and other leaders who are balancing a work schedule and already have an undergraduate degree. Enrol now or at a time that suits you.