The School of Life Friends - 1 Year Membership
Become a Friend of The School of Life
The School of Life is more than just a place of learning; it’s also a home for friendship.
The School of Life’s Friendship Scheme offers a way of connecting with the many hundreds of deeply fascinating, curious and emotionally intelligent people who visit our campus every month. As a member of our Friendship Scheme, you’ll be invited to a steady stream of social events at venues around London. Recent examples include an evening of French philosophy and food in Les Deux Salons restaurant, a wine tasting at Lutyens restaurant and an evening of cocktails with philosopher Alain de Botton. You’ll also enjoy preferential access to our public events and will be the first to learn of our new initiatives and plans.
Becoming a Friend means you’ll become part of a curious and open-minded community. And you’ll save money on your journey through our rich, structured and enlightening material, with one free class from the School’s Curriculum (taking place at our London classroom) and discounts across our public programme.
The Programme Includes
- Access to exclusive Friends Events
- One free Class from our Core Curriculum
- 10% discount on all Core Classes, Workshops, and Special Events
- 10% on our Tools for Thinking product range
- Friends Newsletter
Testimonials from our Members
“Being a Friend of The School of Life is a good way to get yourself to think a bit differently; to get out of your comfort zone and just have a good time.”
“Friends events are the type of event where everyone’s really open, eager, and wants to talk to you.”
“The School of Life Friends membership scheme is exciting and very unique. The kinds of topics they raise are the things that people don’t get enough opportunity to talk about.”
“I’m doing a masters in psychotherapy and whenever I googled thinkers like Nietzsche or Freud, The School of Life YouTube channel would always come up. I looked up The School of Life and realised I was interested in everything on their calendar, and so I thought I might as well become a member.”