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School seeks holistic education

By Xing Wen | China Daily | Updated: 2018-11-21 07:24

After two months at McGill University in Canada, Liu Weiyi, a freshman there, found himself adapting well to his pharmacology major.

The 19-year-old student's passion for pharmacology, which originated from an earlier fear of falling ill or dying, grew stronger as he studied in Upper Canada College based in Toronto, a private boy's school where counselors help students select courses they like for higher studies, as well as later careers.

"During my time (at UCC) in the past three years, I was asked to choose a subject, design a complicated experiment and then write a report or essay to analyze it," Liu says. "That's quite similar to what I am doing here in the university for my assignments."

School seeks holistic education

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