Find out more about the origins and the history of the School in the 7 minute video below.
Henry George School of Economics founded in London by Leon MacLaren. It was renamed the School of Economic Science in 1942.
First series of Philosophy courses offered, developed from the teachings of Ouspensky and Gurdjieff.
First overseas school established in Wellington, NZ. Since then associated schools have opened in North America, Argentina, Australia, Belgium, Canada, Cyprus, Germany, Holland, Hungary, Ireland, Israel, Malta, S Africa, Spain, Trinidad and Venezuela.
Maharishi Mahesh Yogi visits the UK, bringing the next stage of development, Meditation.
First of many meetings of Leon MacLaren and Shri Shantananda Saraswati.
Philosophy courses first offered in the North West, in Preston.
Mr MacLaren passes away. Mr Donald Lambie succeeds him as Senior Tutor.
Shri Shantananda passes away. First meeting with Shri Vasudevananda Saraswati.
The name of the school is changed to the School of Philosophy and Economic Science.