The Architects Association of Macau donated a batch of books, magazines, and other materials to the University of Saint Joseph.
BBA Year-2 and Year-3 students visited Tak Seng On Pawnshop Museum and the Banco Nacional Ultramarino (BNU) Main Branch on February 2.
The University of Saint Joseph and Colégio Mateus Ricci signed a MOU aiming to harness their collective expertise and resources to make meaningful strides in environmental protection.
The University of Saint Joseph and De La Salle University-Dasmariñas in the Philippines teamed up to take sustainability education to the next level with a series of workshops, lectures, and community engagement with Prof. Marlon Pareja.
Ms. Sarah Ip, Trade Commissioner (Education, Arts, and Cultural Industries) of the Consulate General of Canada in Hong Kong and Macao, visited USJ to explore collaborative academic opportunities.
USJ Qualitative Research Team Continues to Provide Training on Qualitative Data Analysis for Sheng Kung Hui (SKH)
USJ Research Team provides “Part Three Training on Qualitative Data Analysis” for Sheng Kung Hui (SKH) staff.
A delegation of the Consulate General of Angola in Macao, led by the Consul General of Angola, Dr. Eduardo Galiano, visited the University of Saint Joseph (USJ) Macao on 30 January.
The University of Saint Joseph (USJ) celebrated the Inauguration Ceremony of the 8th USJ Students’ Association (USJSA) on 30 Jan 2024, at the Kent Wong Exhibition Gallery of the USJ’s Ilha Verde Campus.
In an effort to strengthen ties and explore collaborative opportunities, esteemed representatives from the University of Saint Joseph’s School of Education (USJ-SED) recently visited the prestigious De La Salle University Manila (DLSU).
The Chancellor of the University of Saint Joseph (USJ), Bishop of Macao, the Most Reverend Stephen Lee Bun-sang, and the Rector, the Reverend Professor Stephen Morgan, met with Pope Francis in Rome on 19th January.
USJ Alumni Stories | Norman B. Mendoza — "The Transformative Power of an Educational Journey at USJ Macao"
Norman B. Mendoza’s educational journey at USJ in Macao exemplifies the transformative power of higher education. He gained valuable knowledge and developed crucial skills through the MCP programme. Exceptional professors, engaging campus life, and USJ’s unique educational model all played a crucial role in his personal and professional growth. His story is a testament to the importance of making bold choices and seizing opportunities for lifelong learning and growth.