About Campion College
Campion College is the first liberal arts tertiary institution in Australia. The College was named after the notable 16th century Oxford scholar and martyr, St Edmund Campion. Like its counterparts in Europe and North America, its telos consists in educating its students to be the leaders of their societies, both Catholic and non Catholic.
The college educates its students in philosophy, theology, literature, history, classics and the sciences, all of which lie at the core of the Western intellectual tradition. Its program is based on the idea that the Bachelor of Arts is the degree most truly central to University level education. The program seeks to instil in students the ability to think critically and argue rationally, both in writing and in speech, and the development of the creative, analytical and research skills.
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