USJ and the University of Economics Ho Chi Minh City (UEH) discussed cooperation opportunities between USJ’s Faculty of Arts and Humanities and UEH’s School of Media Design.
On the 20th of March, 2023, Holy Mass was offered at the University of Saint Joseph’s (USJ) Seminary Campus to celebrate our patronal solemnity of Saint Joseph.
Opening of Teachers' Professional Development Centre and First Batch MOU Signing Ceremony Ceremony
The “Opening of Teachers’ Professional Development Centre and First Batch MOU Signing Ceremony Ceremony” is scheduled on Tuesday, March 28, 2023, at 3 PM at the Ilha Verde Campus, Fátima Auditorium.
The British Virgin Islands Government Office in Hong Kong visited USJ to further academic opportunities
A delegation from the British Virgin Islands (BVI) Representative Government Office in Hong Kong paid a courtesy visit to USJ on March 16.
ISE/USJ successfully held the 42nd Macao Green Week Carnival!
A delegation of the Office for Student and Alumni Affairs visited the 30th Career Mosaic and Entrepreneurship Center of the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology.
USJ promotes Socio-Cultural Exchange with Macao SAR and the People's Republic of China in a lecture about the Republic of Guinea-Bissau
The Delegate of the Republic of Guinea-Bissau at the Permanent Secretariat of the Forum Macau, Engr. Adbú Jaquité, gave a lecture dedicated to the Republic of Guinea-Bissau to USJ students.
The USJSA Business Club participated in the “Prevention of Juvenile Crime and Career Planning” seminar organised by the Financial Intelligence Office (GIF) and the Monetary Authority of Macao (AMCM) on 15 March.
Prof. Thomas Lei from ISE/USJ, visited the Guangzhou City University of Technology (GCUT) for meetings and discussions for further collaborations.
Prof. Thomas Lei from the Institute of Science and Environment (ISE) of the University of Saint Joseph (USJ), visited the School of Environmental and Chemical Engineering (SECE) of Foshan University (FOSU) for meetings and discussions for further collaborations.
Patrick Lai Chi Meng has successfully defended his doctoral thesis in Government Studies titled: “Identification of Critical Factors to Determine the Intention of Government Service Mini-Program Adoption Through Mobile Payment Platforms in Macau and the Greater Bay Area”.