Student Accommodation

There are 12 residence buildings, with four types of dorm, to suit the various needs of students.

Four-bed rooms are mainly for 1st year UG students, and are equipped with two sinks, a bathroom and a balcony.

Bunk-bed-four-suite rooms are shared by eight persons equipped with four sinks, two bathrooms and a balcony.

Four-suit rooms provide a relatively independent living environment for senior students equipped with a hall, a shower room and two toilets.

Single suites are equipped with a bathroom, and are mainly for PG, PhD and overseas students.

Each residence is equipped with elevators, a laundromat, a microwave oven, a refrigerator, and a direct drinking water machine.


Residential Hub

The Residential Hub provides one-stop comprehensive services including support for accommodation, facilities and networks, finance, security and safety. Accommodation services includes dorm applications, dorm change applications, check-out applications, off-campus living applications and stay extension applications. There is a large activity room for student consultation and two small rooms for privacy.


High Street

The High Street is also called the Business Street composed of Ningbo Street, Nottingham Street, China Street and UK Street. There are a variety of food and beverage options, such as a 7-11 convenience store, KFC, Pizza Hut, Luckin Coffee, tele-communication shops, express delivery, beauty salon, laundry, bookstore, flower shop, and more, to meet the various needs of daily life. 

Wellbeing Support in the Living Area

Dorm Monitors:Each residence has a front desk with two dorm monitors, offering a 24/7 service, working from 8:00 – 23:00 and night watch-hour from 23:00 – 8:00 next day, in charge of daily check-in and check-out, luggage storage and residence management.

Life Tutors:Life tutors supply wellbeing support in the living area, supervise safety and hygiene, organize cultural activities and life skills training to enrich students’ residential life.

Hall Tutors: Hall tutors are responsible for ensuring a safe and peaceful residential environment for students, and act as Community Affairs Assistant (Peer Support).

Hall culture and Activities

Life Skill Lessons

Life skills training such as baking, cooking, small repairs, and tea art are organized in the form of workshops and salons.

Organize and carry out folk activities in Spring Festival, Mid-Autumn Festival and Dragon Boat Festival, cultivating and creating cultural activities in characteristic buildings.