Our training centre is one of the 73 training centres worldwide and the only educational institution in Romania authorised by AMI to issue diplomas and certificates with international qualification recognition in genuine Montessori Education.
The AMI Courses are developed based on the first courses held by Maria Montessori herself and by her son, Mario and aim at every person who works with children from 0 to 12 years old, not only teachers or educators, but also parents or nannies, caregivers, psychologists or therapists.
The didactic methods used in these courses vary from lectures to debates, presentations and Montessori materials practice. A specific method is practice and observation in schools, supported and mentored by educators holding an AMI Diploma.
Future career opportunities and options are diverse. The AMI Diploma offers not only the chance of a future job in Montessori schools all over the world, but also enables diploma holders to support and work with disadvantaged children, with children having developmental disabilities or children with special needs.
Currently, Montessori Institute of Bucharest (MIB) offers:
What a privilege this has been, to be part of new roots of Montessori in Romania and to come across all the people that slowly, but surely, started to feel like home at the MIB. What a privilege to find a purpose so close to my heart and to understand how beautiful our mission is: to witness children’s natural growth. Thank you for making all these possible!
When you start a course like that you have to be very determined that you want a transformation to happen to you, since you cannot be at the end the same human being as at the beginning.
What a wonderful journey of discovery!
I used to believe that I was someone tooking for the path. But thanks to you, the path found me. Thank you for being part of my own journey.
I am very grateful for everything I learned and people I met. I feel like a child in a train station with his luggage full with memories and knowledge, ready to take the train to explore the world