Residential Education Programmes


Hall life is an integral part of the University education. Living in hall offers students plenty of learning opportunities for all-round development through participating in various inter and intra hall functions. Residential Education Programmes are mainly designed for hall residents to develop their life-long skills and interests which are beyond their academic realm. Students are encouraged to participate in a wide range of activities like workshops, cultural sharing, outings conducted by experienced instructors or fellow hall-mates. With the support of various student bodies e.g. Hall Associations and Living-and-Learning Communities, many hall life programmes are offered to residents with an aim to broaden their international outlook and enhance their appreciation of other cultures through interaction among residents from diverse backgrounds.

All Residential Education Programmes (excluding Inter-Hall competitions and joint-hall mass activities) with satisfactory attendance will be recorded in the students' Co-curricular Achievement Transcript (CAT).

Residential Education Programmes


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