Macau Universitarian Sports Association (ADUM) completed three rounds and got the final result. USJ competed with Macau University of Science and Technology in the final round with 1 vs 1, and won the third place in the competition.
The 2nd and 3rd Chinese and English Calligraphy Competitions were held on-campus on the 3rd and 4th of November 2020.
"Ilha Verde Saint Joseph United Team" obtained their first victory in the Diocesan Youth Cup Basketball match
The “Ilha Verde Saint Joseph United Team”, formed by the Saint Joseph Diocese College 6 and the University of Saint Joseph (USJ) men’s division teams, Obtained their first victory by defeating the Parish of St. Anthony in the Diocesan Youth Cup Basketball Match.
USJ hosted a “Challenge Station” as part of the “2020 College Health Campus Promotion”, sponsored by the Social Welfare Bureau and co-hosted by YMCA Macau, for two consecutive days.
Prof. Rochelle Ge and Prof. Isabel Tchiang from the Faculty of Social Science and Education attended the 2nd Summit of Hong Kong-Macao Youth Education and Development on the 27th and 28th of November.
A group of students and staff visited VANNEX International Limited of Macau to raise awareness and to build bridges between research and practice.
Five USJ students participated the Virtual Social Business Students Forum (SBSF), organised by the Daffodil International University.
On November 25, 2020, USJ Vice-Rector Professor Álvaro Barbosa, was appointed AUAP Country Chapter Committee Member for Macao, China (2021 & 2022).
A delegation from the Hunan Normal University (HNNU), China, visited the University of Saint Joseph (USJ) with the aim of promoting and strengthening partnership between the two institutions.
USJ’s Institute of Science and Environment continues a series of public lectures on the sustainability of aquatic ecosystems and water resources
Since 2015, the Institute of Science and Environment (ISE) has been promoting the preservation and sustainable management of aquatic ecosystems through a series of lectures and talks open to the community.
Maggie, Wong Chi Wai (BBA Year 4) and Kayla, Ng Hoi Tong (BDC Year 3), were awarded Macau Jockey Club Charity Scholarship.