"The Course “Philosophy of Life” is planned not so much as a teaching course but as a Conversation. It is a conversation between each student and the great minds of the past, both Chinese and Western. It is also, through the tutors who lead the classes, a conversation between each student and current thinking about life and life’s meaning. The Course is planned to be the beginning of a conversation between you and your experience in life. We hope you will continue this conversation through out your life." | Conversation by Bishop Ronald Owen Hall, Address at the First Baccalaureate Service of Chung Chi College, 23rd June 1955
The programme seeks to broaden the interests of students and give them a wider perspective than those their major and minor subjects provide. It recognizes, in particular, their common need for:
The Chung Chi College General Education encourages students to explore their potential, adapt to university life and acknowledge the main characteristics of university study. The College General Education also aspires to enhance students’ ability to communicate and cooperate with classmates and teachers from different academic and cultural backgrounds as well as developing teambuilding skills that are essential to cross disciplinary cooperation.
The College General Education features both depth and breadth of knowledge. It is a challenging yet meaningful task to students. The wide coverage and rich content may be arduous but will be amply rewarding, students are assured to benefit a great deal by participating actively in both inside and outside classroom activities, playing an active role in group discussions with the awareness of the importance of laying aside prejudices and preconceived ideas.
Chung Chi GE Course (2023/24 Term 2) - Hope for Future: Green and Sustainable Hong Kong (Deadline on 12 Nov 2023 at 11:59 am)
Chung Chi GE Course (2023/24 Term 2) - Spirituality Enhancement: A Life Quest Journey (Deadline on 12 Nov 2023 at 11:59 am)
Nowadays, many students have actively participated in a variety of service programmes to achieve different learning purposes through the experience. Through the course, students can transform the service experience into different learning elements through