USJ’s soccer team has secured the first runner-up position in the ADUM 5-a-side soccer competition held last Sunday.
USJ e UM realizam seminário "PLURI 2023 - Português como Língua Pluricêntrica" com participação global
O seminário híbrido “PLURI 2023 — Português como Língua Pluricêntrica: conceitos e implicações em sala de aula”, foi realizado em Macau pelo Departamento de Línguas e Cultura da USJ e Departamento de Português da UM entre 28 e 30 de abril de 2023.
USJ organised a guided tour for its alumni and their families to the Fire Museum in downtown on the 6th of May 2023.
Prof. Alexandre Lobo, Head of the Laboratory of Applied Neurosciences delivered two guest lectures to the students of the International Marketing module of the Master in Marketing from Católica Porto Business School (CPBS).
The Office for Student and Alumni Affairs organised a rowing activity for students & alumni at Hengqin Rowing Park.
USJ Macao re-affirms its position as a key Academic Collaboration Project between Macao and Portugal
USJ’s rich legacy is in line with the current opportunity to deepen partnerships, grow initiatives, and accelerate progress in collaboration with Portuguese cultural and higher education institutions.
The Education and Youth Development Bureau (DSEDJ) led a delegation of 7 Macao Universities from April 26 to 29 in Malaysia for international student recruitment.
ASEACCU Secretariat, represented by Dr. Teresa Loong of USJ, warmly welcomed by the Catholic University of Korea
On behalf of the Executive Secretary of the ASEACCU, Dr. Teresa Loong visited the Catholic University of Korea (CUK), a member of the Executive Board of the ASEACCU, on 24 April 2023.
Session "Datafied Macau: Seeing the city with algorithms" held at the United Nations World Data Forum satellite event in Macao
The Research Laboratory of Cultural Sustainability of FAH/USJ held a fruitful session at United Nations World Data Forum satellite event – a conference titled “Dealing with Data dilemmas: Towards a human-centric approach systems approach to sustainable data and digital technology development” on the April 25.
USJ’s Faculty of Business and Law and the Research Laboratory of Cultural Sustainability of the Faculty of Arts and Humanities held a successful session at the United Nations World Data Forum satellite event titled “Dealing with Data Dilemmas: Towards a human-centered systems approach to sustainable data and digital technology development” on April 25.
Prof. Ansoumane Douty Diakité, Head of the Department of Law and Public Policy was invited to chair and speak at the International Symposium on Africa-China Relations organised by the Lingnan University in Hong Kong.