For the spring-summer semester this year, the Ayn Rand Center Europe team has prepared a new cycle of the John Galt School program in 19 European, Asian, African, and South American countries. Students will learn about the philosophy of Objectivism, including all its aspects – metaphysics, epistemology, ethics, politics, and aesthetics – from eminent lecturers.

The John Galt Schools have already started operating in Scotland, Portugal, Malawi, Nepal, Burundi, Armenia, Austria, Germany, France, the Netherlands, Turkey, India, Tanzania, Pakistan, Chile, Zimbabwe, Morocco, Mozambique, and Ecuador, with the program set to begin soon in Ukraine.

The John Galt School lasts for seven weeks and represents an extraordinary opportunity for young, ambitious, and intellectually curious students, as well as all interested individuals, to broaden their horizons and fulfill their full potential. Through economic, political, and cultural lectures, workshops, film and literature evenings held by eminent lecturers, participants will be introduced to Objectivism – a philosophy that values reason, individualism, and rational self-interest.

In addition to learning about Objectivist philosophy and its implications for society, participants also have the opportunity to meet and network with other young and ambitious students and organizations. This educational program also provides alumni with the opportunity to participate in international conferences – from the United States to Georgia, scholarships for various international programs, access to a rich digital library, connection with other student communities, but also the opportunity, when they become alumni, to become lecturers themselves.