"Education can make or break a nation — by directing all things toward God, or disaster."
Dr. Wing Tai LEUNG, President of Lumina College
Lumina College, founded in 2015, is a Christian academic community based in Hong Kong, with partnerships with Christian universities in the United States, that seeks to nurture hearts and minds to shape culture with the light of God.
Lumina College bridges together the deep knowledge and skills taught at general universities with the rich spiritual life that is valued at seminaries. Through masters programs, diploma courses, and public seminars with our dedicated Christian faculty, Lumina College educates and equips students with the life-long skills of integrating faith with life, practicing Christian leadership, and strengthening one’s own faith to make positive waves in the world.
Christian higher education is a way to love God with our mind — to learn about and know the world as created, redeemed, and loved by God, and then to use this knowledge to help fellow humans flourish in their potential.
More than a university and a seminary education
A university can give you rigorous academic training in fields such as business, communication, or education.
A seminary can teach you how to think biblically and theologically.
At Lumina College, you will be challenged to engage in both kinds of learning all at once.
For part-time adult learners, serious about living out their faith in their fields
Our masters programs are taught in a hybrid style that is both conducive to learning in community and accessible for part-time learners: with face-to-face instruction with personal interaction and mentoring (~2 weeks per year) paired with online learning (~40 weeks per year), providing flexibility.
Learn from and be mentored by a diverse selection of overseas and local faculty
Study in Hong Kong for 2–3 years and earn a master's degree from a top U.S. university. Meet global faculty flying in to share their experience and expertise as well as local faculty providing depth and reflection in the local Hong Kong/Asian contexts.