USJ Students and staff joined hands with Bosco Youth Service Network to provide volunteer assistance during the special round of COVID-19 nucleic acid testing for targeted areas and groups on Sunday, 17 October 2021.
USJ participated in the Webinar-Workshop "Beyond the Pandemic: Best Practices towards Sustainable Development"
USJ participated in a two-day webinar and workshop on Sustainable Development of Catholic Institutions, organised by The Association of Southeast and East Asian Catholic Colleges and Universities (ASEACCU).
The Department of Psychology of the Faculty of Social Sciences and Education held its first edition of the “USJ Mental Health Day"
The Department of Psychology of the Faculty of Social Sciences and Education held two free online interactive activities as part of the first edition of the “USJ Mental Health Day”, held on October 11. The second edition of the event will return in October 2022.
The 2021/22 USJ Orientation Programme was successfully concluded with the new preventive measures on pandemic control and to minimize crowd gathering.
The “Wuxi Vocational Institute of Commerce and University of Saint Joseph Teacher Exchange Programme” opening ceremony was held on 24 September 2021.
Three USJ’s Architecture Students' Projects Selected By AAM To Represent Macao In The ARCASIA Thesis of the Year Awards 2021
USJ’S Architecture Theses Selected by AAM to Represent Macao in the ARCASIA Thesis of the Year Awards (TOY) 2021.
The USJ community celebrated Mid-Autumn Festival with DIY lantern-making and mooncake tasting.
The University of Saint Joseph (USJ) participated in the “Sands China Employee Day” as one of the exhibitors in the Education Exhibition Area.
USJ signed agreements to officially establish two academic library alliances initiated by UM for the development of academic cooperation between mainland China, Macao, and Portuguese speaking countries.
The Faculty of Religious Studies and Philosophy held its annual Convocation on the 14th of September 2021.
Statement by the Rector of USJ, Professor Stephen Morgan, regarding Mainland China Student Recruitment