Matriculation Information

Matriculation is the formal process of admitting students to the University of Saint Joseph (USJ). Please find below the Matriculation Information to complete applications to all USJ degree and non-degree programmes.

If there is any question about how to complete the matriculation, please contact the Academic Affairs Office – Academic Records by email ( or telephone (+853 8592 5744). The office hours are from 09:00 to 19:00, Monday to Friday, except public holidays.

Matriculation Venue:
Matriculation Period:
  • Local students: From mid July to 1st week of August (subject to change)
  • Non-Local students: From mid August to end of August (subject to change)
Documents required for matriculation:
  • Photo – please confirm the uploaded photo is suitable for your student card via your online admission portal.
  • Identification Document or Passport – original and one copy, both sides of an ID card on the same page.
  • Transcript – original and one copy; for information about the entry requirement please refer to Admission Handbook.
  • Diploma – original and one copy.
  • Tuition Fee Payment Slip
  • Vaccination Certificate – original and one copy; please refer to Appendix 1 for details.
  • Health Certificate Form* – download Form here.
  • CV – in English, only applicable to Master and Doctoral students.
  • Student Health Insurance – only applicable to non-local students.

*Note: Newly admitted students must complete all the required medical examination. A blank form for Health Certificate is sent to the applicant with the acceptance letter, and the medical assessment (the 2nd page of the Health Certificate Form) must be completed by the hospital, accredited medical clinic or Macao Health Bureau. The University reserves the right to revoke acceptance to an applicant if s/he is reported to be unfit to study. The medical assessment is valid for three months.


Matriculation Flowchart

**NOTE: The class schedule for the 1st semester will be available on the MyUSJ system at the end of August every year.

Last Updated: June 10, 2022 at 4:16 pm