In times of change and ambiguity, this year’s BODW is curated on the theme VISION 20/21 and is about finding clarity in uncertainty.
A group of USJ students and professors participated in the Sands China’s Sustainability Tour at the Venetian in Cotai, last November 13, 2020.
“Selected Works 2020” is the name of the exhibition opened to the public at the Creative Macao gallery, from 6 to 21 November.
Sands China Ltd. has made a donation to USJ for scholarships and fellowships, continuing its annual tradition of supporting higher education in Macao.
USJ students Natalie, Fu Ho I (MHHS Year 1) and Vicky Cheong Weng Kei (BSW Year 4) won third place in the “2020-2021 Macau University Badminton Championship”.
Members of the MGBAHR visited USJ to introduce the association’s activities, future developments plans and discuss about possible cooperation projects for students of the USJ.
This year, social work year 2 students raised around 28,000 Patacas for Caritas Macao, hitting a new record of fundraising.
To mark the finale of the USJ Mentorship Programme, an appreciation dinner was held at the USJ Recreation Area, on the 6th of November 2020.
The “Traditional Western Bookbinding and Conservation Student Work Exhibition” was officially launched on the afternoon of 7th of November, 2020, at the Kent Wong Exhibition Gallery in USJ Ilha Verde Campus.
USJ signed a Direct Progression Agreements with CDSJ6, CDSJ5 and Saint Paul School, offering two full scholarships and two half scholarships for graduates of the three diocesan schools to progress to USJ for undergraduate studies.
On October 31, Stephen Man, BCM Year 1 student, represented USJ in the 1st Indoor Rowing Challenge Competition 2020.