Student Life

Student Induction and Guidance

New Student Induction

New Student Induction, which is usually held in August every year, aims to promote new student’s understanding of holistic development and adjustment to their university life. During this period, the University Life Orientation Workshop (Personal Transformation) is offered to all new students to facilitate their planning of university life through introducing the concepts of whole person development and a wide range of university resources for supporting students’ holistic development and increasing awareness of their current state of whole person development. Senior students are recruited to serve as peer mentors for new students to facilitate their adjustment. For non-local students, a series of customised training and programmes are offered for their smooth transition to university life in Hong Kong.


Upon admission, each new student will be assigned mentors who will provide guidance to the students for their academic and personal development in the new environment. This assistance does not relieve the student of the responsibility to consult the University Student Handbook and other information booklets for basic information on the University. She/He should be particularly aware of all the regulations, procedures and requirements relating to her/his own programme. Students entering the final year should take the initiative to consult their respective departments with regard to academic progress, study programme and graduation requirements.

Support from Unit for Students with Special Educational Needs

The University is committed to providing equal educational opportunities for all students, including those with special educational needs (SEN). SEN students should first register their documented special educational needs with the University. The Unit for Students with Special Educational Needs will conduct need assessment and coordinate with relevant academic and administrative departments to provide fitting accommodation, facilities and services to facilitate their learning and studies. Eligible students are also encouraged to apply for disability grants and funds which provide financial support for their academic and personal development. Please click here to visit the website of the Unit for Students with Special Educational Needs for details of the support services.

Co-curricular and Extracurricular Activities for Whole Person Education

With the emphasis on educating whole persons as exemplified in its Graduate Attributes, the University provides many opportunities for co-curricular and extracurricular activities to help enrich students’ educational experience in conjunction with the academic programmes. These complementary activities are designed to help students attain the University’s Graduate Attributes in addition to supplementing the academic programmes.

China Sustainable Service Scheme

This scheme aims to deliver educational services for the sustainable development of rural communities in provinces in mainland China. Participants will receive a series of training workshops on generic skills, such as communication and teamwork, as well as organising service activities. The educational services include home visits, voluntary teaching, setting up learning facilities in primary schools, and planning open day activities with the local school teachers and principals, etc. Participants will also organise fundraising activities in Hong Kong to facilitate the smooth running of this scheme.

Creative Arts Activities

The opportunities for music performance at Baptist University are rich and diverse. The Academy of Music offers many performing groups that can be taken for academic credit including the University Symphony Orchestra, Chamber Orchestra (Collegium Musicum), University Choir, Chamber Choir (Cantoria Hong Kong), String Ensemble, Women’s Chorus and a wide range of smaller instrumental ensembles. All of these and more are available to students regardless of major.

Students can enjoy a wide range of visual arts activities offered by the Academy of Visual Arts (AVA), ranging from on-campus exhibitions of works in different art forms at Koo Ming Kown Exhibition Gallery (Baptist University Road Campus) and Gallery of Academy of Visual Arts (Kai Tak Campus), artist talks and seminars, guided tours, visual arts conferences and visits to large-scale international art festivals. AVA also organises various community arts activities for students in partnership with the community and the creative industry, including art workshops, knowledge transfer projects, exhibitions and summer school programmes. All these activities have helped link up students with the art world and the audience, as well as foster art appreciation in the community. In addition, the AVA offers many general education courses in visual arts for non-visual arts students, and opens up Visual Arts major courses in studio and media arts, crafts and design, and visual arts studies to all students irrespective of their major.

The Academy of Film regularly offers masterclasses, special screenings, seminars, and workshops for HKBU students to enhance their creativity, critical thinking skills and preparation for careers in the creative industries. Acclaimed Hong Kong and International directors, writers, cinematographers, editors and designers share their expertise with students in guest lectures. The Global University Film Awards (GUFA) launched in 2018 recognizes emerging talents, fosters creative exchange among film students worldwide, and builds synergy between young regional talents and the international creative industry. The screenings are open to all students for enjoyment.

Sports Programmes

The University is a member of the University Sports Federation of Hong Kong, China. It maintains an intercollegiate programme of athletics, badminton, basketball, cross-country, dragon boat, fencing, football, handball, karatedo, rugby, squash, swimming, taekwondo, tennis, table-tennis, volleyball, water polo and woodball. Competition is scheduled for both men’s and women’s teams. Students also have the opportunity to take part in selected intramural sports competitions. In addition, Healthy Lifestyle courses covering a variety of physical activities are offered by different departments as university core courses.

Student Organisations

Membership of student organisations is open to all students of the University. The University encourages every student to engage in activities initiated by student organisations. However, joining any such organisation is entirely voluntary. Becoming a member of a student organisation may involve payment of a membership fee. Students may participate in activities organised by those organisations which have been registered with the Office of Student Affairs or the Students’ Union.

  1. The Students’ Union aims to promote activities in the best interests of all students and the University, to help collaborate various student organisations, and to co-operate with the University administration for the common good of all. These activities include welfare services, campus-wide projects, recreational, social and cultural activities.
  2. The Postgraduate Association aims to promote the welfare of the postgraduate students who registered on all full-time and part-time research degrees and taught postgraduate programmes of the University. The Association also aims to facilitate intellectual and social communication among the postgraduate students of the University and to establish academic, intellectual and social links between the postgraduate students of the University and other tertiary institutions.
  3. Academic societies composed of students studying the same programme, seek to cultivate a professional attitude amongst members through co-curricular and extracurricular studies and projects. There are over 40 societies in this aspect with details available at:
  4. In addition, there are around 60 interest clubs enriching students’ campus experience in aspects other than their studying disciplines. Information of all interest clubs:
  5. Hall Councils aim to promote activities and interests of hall residents. There are altogether four Hall Councils, each with a unique hall motto: the Student Union Hall Council of Y. P. Cai Hall, the Students’ Union Hall Council of C. L. Soong Hall, the Students’ Union Hall Council of  C. N. Yang Hall and the Students' Union Hall Council of S. R. Zhou Hall.
  6. The International Association serves as a platform to facilitate communication between international students, local students and the University. The Club also acts as a support group helping international students to assimilate into university life as well as establish networks with other student societies.
  7. Student Participation in University Governance: To ensure that students’ views are properly addressed in the University’s policy formation process, membership of a majority of the policy making and advisory organisations of the University is open to student representatives. The opinions and interests of students can be reflected through their participation in the University Senate, Faculty/School Boards and other campus-wide administrative committees. For details, please visit

Career Centre (CC)

Career Centre (CC), acting as a bridge among students, academic staff and employers, aims to facilitate students’ career development and job search. Staff of CC have established strong links with different business sectors to keep abreast of the current employment market situation. CC is a vital resource for students seeking guidance and support in their career and entrepreneurial endeavors. CC offers a wide range of services and programmes, including career advising, skills empowerment schemes, recruitment services, networking opportunities and workshops on various topics related to career development and entrepreneurship to help students plan for their career or start-up and prepare for their job search.

Career Education

For students’ career development, CC offers a wide variety of services and programmes, including career talks and exhibitions from both the public and private business sectors. Prominent guest speakers from various employment fields and government departments are invited to provide students with a wide range of career information for career choice and help them understand the practice, sub-culture and expectations of being an executive in different professions.

Besides, job search skills workshops are conducted to equip students with the necessary skills. Major topics include career exploration, writing application letters and professional resumes, interviewing for jobs, effective communication skills in the workplace, presenting a positive and professional image to employers, etc.

Company visits are also arranged so that students can directly discuss with the senior executives, thereby enhancing their understanding of different business operations.

Career Advising

Individual career advising services are offered. Students can make appointments to enhance self-understanding, explore career interests, acquire updated job market information and make appropriate action plans. In addition, psychometric tests are offered upon the needs of students. Well-established online career tests are used to understand students’ occupational inclinations, personal strengths and abilities for planning future direction or making career decisions.

Interview Clinic (one-on-one consultation for about 45 minutes) is regularly arranged to enhance students’ interview skills and presentation skills via face-to-face mock interviews. The service is delivered via online or offline mode. Constructive feedback is given by professionals or career counsellors/advisors to increase interviewees’ confidence and improve their interview performance.

CV Clinic (one-on-one consultation for about 45 minutes) is arranged regularly to improve students’ resumes and cover letters. Both online and offline modes are offered. Career counsellors/advisors give professional advice to students to enhance their writing skills for job search.

Career consultations by external professionals or staff of CC are arranged from time to time. Each student is given a 45-minute face-to-face consultation to discuss career issues, such as career planning, job application, recruitment selection, job search skills, and further studies.

Career Mentorship Programmes

Theme-based career mentorship programmes, such as Greater Bay Area (GBA) Mentoring Scheme and Young Executives Mentoring Scheme, are organised. Students are expected to develop their career aspirations and have their perspective towards the world of work broadened.

Career Exploration/Start-up Exploration Trips

During the winter break, overseas career exploration trips are organised to enhance students’ global outlook and extend their knowledge of different work cultures. These trips feature visits to various companies and organisations in Singapore, Taipei, etc., career talks and cultural exchange with local university students, enabling HKBU students to know more about the career opportunities in these two cities.

Short career/start-up exploration trips to the Greater Bay Area (GBA) are also organised during semester time.

Skills Empowerment Scheme

Skills Empowerment Scheme aims to encourage students to extend their knowledge base by equipping themselves with the practical skills most desired by employers. Students who have participated in the scheme are expected to get at least one market/internationally-recognised certification. In 2022-2023, students were sponsored by CC to undergo various training courses related to digital marketing, data analytics, licensing examinations for securities and futures intermediaries, etc. In addition, LinkedIn Learning, an online learning platform, was introduced to enable students to learn anywhere, anytime and at their own pace.

Entrepreneurial Learning

CC is dedicated to promoting entrepreneurship culture in the University as one of our students’ prominent career pathways. CC provides holistic entrepreneurial training and experiential learning opportunities for aspiring students who wish to kick-start their ventures. CC also collaborates with external start-up incubators, industrial professionals, companies and organisations for providing opportunities to facilitate students in establishing start-ups, including but not limited to incubation programmes, competitions, mentoring programmes, etc.

Subsidised Internship Scheme, STEM Internship Scheme and Externships 100 Scheme

Subsidised Internship Scheme, STEM Internship Scheme, and Externships 100 Scheme aim to enhance our students’ competitive edge for employment. Students can broaden their vision about the world of work and strengthen their transferable skills such as self-confidence, sense of cooperation and problem-solving ability. Students can undoubtedly gain practical skills from the job experience and explore their career aspirations.

The Greater Bay Area Opportunities

The development of the GBA, one of the most economically vibrant regions in Mainland China, is accorded the status of key strategic planning in the country’s development blueprint. Students will definitely possess an edge in the job market if they have related experience in the GBA.

Working together with different external parties, CC will provide students with various opportunities to understand the labour market, work culture, and career prospects and establish interpersonal networks in the GBA.

Metropolitan Attachment Programme (MAP)

MAP aims to enhance students’ competitiveness for employment and future advancement by working in different companies overseas. The programme can strengthen students’ language and communication abilities and develop transferable skills such as self-confidence and problem-solving ability. In the summer of 2023, nine groups of students were arranged to have work attachment experience in Munich, Melbourne, Sydney, Nanjing, Shanghai, Seoul, Singapore, Tokyo and Taipei. The programme can also enrich students’ living and work experience in different cultural environments. 

Global Attachment Opportunities (GAO)

GAO are arranged for high calibre senior students from different academic backgrounds. They travel to foreign esteemed corporations and organisations overseas for internships. Apart from the benefits to their future employment, GAO can also foster the development of students’ personal qualities in terms of career aspirations, self-confidence, global awareness, and social and language skills. By gaining this experience, students will have more flexibility in choosing their career across different countries and cultures.

Networking Events

Networking events are organised to prepare our students better to meet the prevailing hurdles in their job search journey by enhancing the communication between students and business professionals and broadening their perspective towards different industries.

Career Fair and Virtual Career Fair

The large-scale Career Fair is annually arranged for students to obtain the most updated job market and recruitment information. Recruitment booths of well-known companies are set up, with on-site interviews, career forums and seminars, providing students with an opportunity to meet their future employers.

Virtual Career Fair is a signature event of HKBU in which employers and HKBU students can interconnect and chat in real-time. Apart from applying with traditional cover letters and CVs, students can add a video CV to their online applications to give employers a clearer and stronger impression. Interviews, both online and offline, can then be arranged in a more efficient and boundaryless manner.

Employment Information and Liaison

CC liaises with employers for full-time, summer, part-time and temporary job opportunities. Students can search for these job vacancies and on-campus student helper opportunities via BUhub.

Recruitment talks, exhibitions and campus interviews/tests are arranged to familiarise students with job application procedures, recruitment processes, and information on companies and jobs.

Career Services for Postgraduates

CC also assists full-time postgraduates in career planning and preparation through a series of professional services and career training. It includes self-exploration workshops, job search skills training, company visits, individual consultations by professionals in different industries, and networking events.

Graduate Employment Survey

A Graduate Employment Survey is conducted annually to understand the first career destination of current year’s graduates. Survey reports are available for reference.


Students can obtain comprehensive information about job seeking tips, making video CVs, preparations for work, etc., at our E-resources pool and CC website.

Campus Life and Amenities Section (CLA)

Campus Life and Amenities Section (CLA) is committed to enriching students’ university life through the provision of student amenities and funding support, and encouraging students to participate in University Governance and organise student activities to attain personal excellence:

CLA enhances students’ sense of belongings to the University by:

•  providing guidance to student bodies and supporting student development through activity funds;
•  managing various student amenities and facilities such as the Learning Commons which provide a dynamic environment (e.g. interactive area, quiet study area, individual workstations, group study rooms and large seminar rooms) to facilitate students’ learning needs and participation in various kinds of learning activities; 
•  arranging meetings or other activities between students and the University management.


Counselling and Development Centre (CDC)

A team of trained and experienced counsellors is here to provide assistance for students in enhancing students’ mental health, setting personal goals and fully actualising their potential. Please click here to visit the website of the Counselling and Development Centre.

Counselling and Assessment

  1. Individual Counselling: Counselling and psychotherapy are provided for students to induce personal growth and positive changes in areas such as emotional management, interpersonal relationship, self-esteem, university adjustment, study problems, career exploration, etc.
  2. Assessment: Psychological tests are administered to enhance students' self-understanding and identify their areas for growth.
  3. Whole Person Development Inventory (WPDI): This inventory, which was constructed for tertiary students in a Chinese context by the Office of Student Affairs and academics from the Faculty of Social Sciences, is administered to students at various stages of their university life to enhance the understanding about their different aspects of whole person development.
  4. Psychological Online Tests: Self-report psychological tests are available online to promote students’ self-understanding and help them identify areas for personal growth. Students can log in the platform and obtain immediate feedback. Please click here to take the tests.

Psychological Competence and Development

  1. Development Courses: Workshops on self-understanding enhancement, EQ development, mental health education and university life adjustment, etc. and the 12-hour Mental Health First Aid Standard Course are offered throughout the academic year.
  2. eCourses: To cater for students who have a preference for online learning and want to enhance their self-understanding, psychological competence and life skills, a series of eCourses are provided through the BU eLearning platforms. Please click here to take the eCourses.
  3. Mental Health Enhancement: To promote mental wellness proactively, different activities such as displays, talks, web articles, etc. are provided to increase students' awareness and understanding of mental illness. The Mental Health First Aid Standard Course is offered to enhance participants' understanding in various mental illnesses, first aid responses, and community resources to strengthen self-care as well as alertness to and acceptance of people in need.
  4. Mental Health First Aid Captain Programme: This programme aims at building a supportive mental wellness network among HKBU students. The Mental Health First Aid Captains, who are also certified Mental Health First Aiders, are trained to identify and provide immediate support to fellow students with emotional needs.  They will also take initiatives in reaching out and organising activities to help strengthen the mental wellbeing of classmates of the same major and cohort.

Support for New Students

  1. Transition to University Life Webpage: This webpage for freshmen provides helpful information and resources for students’ psychological adjustment to university life. In addition to helping students be more aware of the changes they are going through in the first year of university study, it also provides students with tips for personal growth and student success. For details, please click here.
  2. Peer Mentor Programme: This programme aims to mobilise peer support on campus. The peer mentors provide assistance for new students in their adjustment to university life at the beginning of the first semester. They will also have opportunities to learn through training, supervision and their helping experience.
  3. University Life Orientation Workshop: The Personal Transformation Workshop (UOW 1) is organised for new students during their orientation to better prepare them for university life.
  4. Whole Person Development Mentoring: This service aims to raise students’ awareness of the importance of HKBU's Whole Person Development as well as one’s strengths and weaknesses. With individual mentoring, students are encouraged to use co-curricular and extracurricular activities to facilitate their growth.
  5. Host Family Programme for non-local students: This programme aims to provide an opportunity for non-local freshmen to enhance their personal learning experience by connecting them with local host families. Students will gain a deeper understanding of the people and culture of Hong Kong. They can also receive support and "home care" while they are miles away from home.

Mainland Student Services

  1. Induction Programmes: Induction activities, Cantonese classes, seminars, and workshops, etc. are provided to assist new Mainland students to assimilate into the University and Hong Kong society.
  2. Individual Mentoring: Officers of the Mainland Student Services Unit provide mentoring and advice for Mainland students to address issues which hinder their adjustment to new life in Hong Kong.

Leadership Qualities Centre (LQC)

In line with the mission of the University to provide higher education that develops and sustains the integrity of the whole person, and its values of strong commitment to both academic excellence and community service, the Centre aims to empower students to become committed global and local citizens, assume active roles to face and resolve global challenges and to become proactive contributors in the local community.

Co-curricular Learning

The Centre offers a wide range of Co-curricular Learning (CCL) activities, which are components of the U-Life Programme that are in line with the mission of the Office of Student Affairs and the University. The programme aims to provide students with a comprehensive and diverse range of non-formal learning opportunities which will help expand their breadth of knowledge, stimulate their thinking, and broaden their horizons. These activities take different forms, including seminars, workshops, campus events, and experiential learning activities.

Adventure Education

The adventure education programme aims to increase students’ resilience, perseverance and teamwork abilities through outside-of-classroom learning experiences. Through participating in various low-event and high-event adventure activities, students will be more willing to embrace challenges with positive mindset, collaborate with one another to achieve a common goal and step out of their comfort zones to excel.

Cultural Literacy

The appreciation of arts and culture is a crucial element of whole person education. Studying on a creative campus can benefit one for a lifetime.

LIVE aims to uplift this artistic and creative atmosphere on the HKBU campus by offering a wide range of experiential learning opportunities in art and culture for students to experience, explore and express. Through participation, students can cultivate their aesthetic awareness, understand cultural diversity and heritage, stimulate their creative thinking, expand their global visions, and explore their potential and empower their wellbeing to serve the community.

Our signature events include Star Chat, Lunchtime Spa, Lunchtime I’m in Love Art Fair, transdisciplinary projects, Happy Hour, various workshops, field trips, and collaborations with Hong Kong Arts Festival - Young Friends.

Leadership Development

Our programmes offer various integrated trainings, workshops, and service opportunities to enhance participants’ understanding of their personal characters, equip them with professional and practical skills and knowledge to serve and lead. Peer mentor support groups will also be formed by students who have completed the programme to build a network with motivated and positive-minded students.

Student Leadership Corps provides multi-dimensional experiential learning to enhance students’ leadership knowledge and skills, raise their awareness in social issues, develop their personal qualities, teamwork and compassion for serving the community and the world.

Leadership & Character Enhancement Programme is a bespoke programme that aims to nurture future leaders with professional knowledge, practical skill sets for team management, and righteous values and qualities. University student leaders take on the roles of peer mentors to lead secondary school students in groups to receive professional training and gain thrilling learning experiences.

High Table Dinners aim to inspire and broaden students’ perspectives through multi-dimensional experience. Prestigious speakers will share valuable experiences regarding societal and career experiences, life insights, and ambitions.  With the precious opportunity to communicate with Table Hosts who are HKBU alumni or employers and participate in solemn events, students are able to broaden their insight and develop their perspectives contribute to their growth and life planning.

Global Vision

Global Leadership Programmes target to increase students’ international exposure and global awareness. The Centre nominates passionate and outstanding students on behalf of the University to participate in local and international Model United Nations (MUN) conferences, such as Harvard World MUN Conference, after a series of intensive trainings.

The Centre also offers an array of new overseas experiential learning opportunities including Backpacker Learning to develop students’ global perspective and awareness of international affairs, foster students’ caring spirit for the community and enrich students with meaningful exposure and experience. Students are provided with funding to initiate projects to explore the world for learning and skills enrichment, establish connections and friendships with people in their projects, or provide services to the underprivileged. Students will be exposed to planned and unplanned learning opportunities which could help them improve their problem-solving, team communication, time management and budgeting skills.

Serve-cation provides students service and study opportunities to explore the world and connect with the local people by providing services to the communities. A series of pre-trip workshops and preparatory meetings will be organised to equip students with necessary skills and knowledge for overseas exposure. After the trip, students share their learnings and self-reflections about the service and study trips with the HKBU community. 

Community Engagement

The Centre is a central hub for elite and multi-hyphenate student volunteers to impact the community by connecting, collaborating, and effecting change. A number of dedicated community engagement programmes are organised to foster social consciousness and community engagement, develop talents and offer skill-based specialist training. Our programmes aim to prepare students to serve those in need in the community by providing training and opportunities for critical thinking, self-reflection on current social issues through  workshops, focus groups, experiential learning opportunities and service trips.

Skilled Volunteer Cadre nurtures students into servant leaders by providing a series of training for students to learn different core skills and opportunities to apply their skills to deliver innovative service to the needy. By addressing the needs of the community, our students develop empathetic minds with a keen concern for society. 

Community Experience Project provides HKBU students volunteering opportunity for not less than 54 hours during the summer vacation. Students are assigned to different NGOs or social enterprises according to their interests and expertise, to participate in a variety of services, including teaching, health education, environmental work, business development, multimedia creation, local ecological or cultural tourism, or other activities that benefit the community, institutional planning and service projects. 

Community Service Week instils students with caring spirits to build a more inclusive and equitable society. Charitable organisations are invited to host booths and provide stimulation experiences on campus to raise students’ awareness on the needs and livelihoods of the underprivileged. Students are recruited as Organising Committee members to design and deliver tailor-made services to the service targets. Through a series of volunteering activities and services, our students develop empathy towards the disadvantaged in the community.

Dreamer Lab Award (DLA) encourages students to be daring in pursuing their dreams, innovating and serving society. Through self-initiated social innovation projects, it promotes students’ leadership qualities and facilitates their personal growth. The award scheme also encourages students to address social issues in an innovative and sustainable approach, care for the neglected groups in society, and build a better community with a 'dare to try' and 'never give up' spirit. The DLA awardees can actualise their dreams and address the social issues in Hong Kong through the subsidy.

Student Partnership

The Centre has leveraged its well-established student partnership with external organisations, namely Wofoo Leaders’ Network (WLN) and University YMCA® (HKBU) to implement the “Train-the-Trainer” and Experiential Learning Model. This model aims to develop students as office-bearers and peer leaders in various projects and activities.

Student Accommodation Section (SAS)

Undergraduate Halls

The Office of Student Affairs aims to cultivate a congenial yet stimulating living-learning environment in the Halls that encourages participation and integration of 1,770 residents from different backgrounds. Under the roof of two high-rises, the four Student Residence Halls are named after four prominent Chinese figures, namely Prof Chen-Ning Yang (楊振寧教授), the late Mr Yuan-Pei Cai (蔡元培先生), Mr Shu-Ren Zhou (周樹人先生) and Madam Ching-Ling Soong (宋慶齡女士) who had outstanding achievements in areas of scientific research, education, literature and social movement respectively in the contemporary Chinese history, and would serve as observable role models to whom students may look up to throughout their University studies and life-long expedition.

In the Halls, all bedrooms and communal facilities are air-conditioned and provided with LAN and Wi-Fi service. The communal facilities which serve as platforms for residents’ interaction and engagement, include a 300-seat canteen, a Courtyard, Fitness Rooms, Study Rooms, Laundry Rooms, a Computer Room, Sitting Lounges, a Games Room, Multi-Purpose Rooms, a multi-purpose Chapel, floor Lounges and Kitchenettes, etc.

Under the guidance and care of Resident Masters, and with the support from student committees and leaders, residents experience in various kinds of structured residential education and hall life programmes that contribute to their whole person development and cultivate their abilities and transferable skills. Residents learn to live with each others in this home away from home and improve their self-management, interpersonal and communication skill and learn mutual respect through their daily interaction with fellow residents.

Dr Ng Tor Tai International House

Located on the campus, Dr Ng Tor Tai International House (“House”) provides homely and comfortable accommodation to the guests and visiting scholars of the University. It also serves as one of the on-campus student hostels for accommodation of full-time non-local postgraduate and undergraduate students of the University. In the House, every air-conditioned student room is equipped with a private bathroom, basic furniture, electrical appliances and LAN and Wi-Fi service. Basic room cleaning and security patrol are also provided to ensure a clean and safe living environment. A common room with food-reheating and self-serviced laundry facilities, the reading corners and the House restaurant are ideal places for meeting friends and small groups’ discussions.

Like those living at hostels, student residents of the House are required to observe and comply with hostel rules and regulations. To protect the safety and health of all student residents and ensure proper functioning of hostel facilities, room inspections are conducted regularly. Besides, to show the House’s caring culture, gifts are given to student residents during festivals and examination seasons. 


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