書院教育體現“四位一體”全人教育模式

澳門大學以住宿式書院系統(簡稱“書院系統”)為整合平台,書院、學院及研究院,以及學生和體育事務部門協同實踐澳大獨有的“四位一體”全人教育模式,通過活動學習、共膳教育、學術支持、書院課程、關顧服務五大教育舉措,書院系統以培養學生七項勝任力為教育目標。

書院宿生來自不同專業背景,營造了充滿啟發性的環境,讓大家得互相學習,增廣見聞,並且學習如何與不同專業的人共存、合作,為畢業後在社會工作做好準備。在推動書院教育的過程中,書院有駐院及非駐院學術導師、學生領袖等角色與宿生共建書院教育氛圍。

書院設施一般有食堂、研習室、休息室、課室、會議室、音樂室、健身房、洗衣房、庭園等。書院活動豐富,包括各種講座、興趣小組、交流訪問、社區服務、語文聚會、培訓等。此外,中英文辯論、體育競賽、啦啦隊比賽、歌舞表演等,也常是書院生活精彩和興奮的一面。

澳門大學要求本科生完成住宿式書院的規定始能畢業。除了非常特殊情況,本科一年級學生一般須要入住書院一年、滿足書院高桌晚宴學習體驗要求;大一學生必修畢 CPED1000 “書院體驗式學習” 一科;大二學生必須修畢 CPED2001 “團隊社會服務項目” 一科,另外,大學亦提供體育必修課 CPED1001CPED1002

“4-in-1” whole-person education model with Residential College system as integrated platform

With Residential College system (abbreviated as “college system”) as an integrated platform, colleges, faculties & institutes, as well as offices of student and sports affairs collaborate on implementing the unique “4-in-1” whole-person education model. Through five major educational measures, namely activity learning, communal meal participation education, academic support, credit-bearing courses, and pastoral care, the college system aims to develop seven competencies in students as educational goals.

In colleges, students come from diverse academic backgrounds, creating an inspiring environment that fosters mutual learning, broadens horizons, and teaches how to coexist and collaborate with individuals from different disciplines, preparing students for their future careers in society. In the process of promoting college education, the colleges work together with academic staff members, both resident and non-resident, student leaders and fellow student members to cultivate a conducive atmosphere for college education.

College facilities typically include dining halls, study rooms, lounges, classrooms, meeting rooms, music rooms, gyms, laundry rooms, courtyards, and more. The colleges offer a wide range of activities, including academic activities, interest groups, exchange visits, community services, language gatherings, and training sessions. Additionally, activities such as Chinese and English debates, sports competitions, cheerleading competitions, and song and dance performances are often highlights of college life.

Undergraduate students are required to complete the residency requirement under the college system before they graduate. Unless under exceptional circumstances, first-year undergraduate students are generally required to stay in the college for one year and meet the requirements of high table dinner as part of their learning experience. Freshmen are also required to take the compulsory course CPED1000 “Residential College Experiential Learning.” Second-year students are required to complete CPED2001 “Residential College Community Team Project” In addition, the university offers compulsory physical education courses, CPED1001 and CPED1002.