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Residential Halls (mainly for undergraduate students)

Halls of residence form part of the tradition of the University. They are part of the education system rather than just a provision of accommodation. As hall members have to learn to be independent and interact closely with students of different backgrounds under the same roof, halls are a very effective means to integrate students' social and intellectual lives, and therefore offer a golden opportunity for whole-person education.

The importance of hall education is acknowledged both by the Government and the University.  Last year, the Consultation Document on the Aims of Education listed "enhancing residential experiences", "enhancing the cultural dimensions in hall lives", and "re-designing the living environments in students' halls of residence" as strategies to train leadership skills and promote the physical and cultural capacities of the undergraduates.

Halls of HKU are devoted to the development of their members.  Hall members are encouraged to take full advantage of such a precious opportunity to actively participate in various hall activities so as to develop their personal abilities (e.g. leadership skills), personality, communication and social skills, as well as intellectual ability.

Halls of HKU are known for their strong hall spirit.  Each hall has its own tradition, culture, and unique characteristics and members identify very strongly with their halls.  Through developing a sense of belonging and commitment to the hall, students will also develop a similar sense of commitment to the society.

Presently, there are thirteen residential halls and two non-residential halls. For residential halls, eleven of them are directly administered by the University while two are financially and administratively independent. Each hall has either a Manager or a Steward to assist the Warden in the daily operation.

Non-residential students may also apply to become affiliated members of most of the residential halls.


Residential Colleges (Jockey Club Student Village III)

Residential Colleges form part of a proud tradition at The University of Hong Kong.

Sited on Lung Wah Street, Kennedy Town, the Village was named after The Hong Kong Jockey Club in recognition of a donation of HK$108.25 million from the Club’s Charities Trust. Its four Residential Colleges are now home to 1,800 students, and are committed to contributing to society both locally and worldwide.

Each College is a home for students’ intellectual development as well as their social and cultural growth. In this community of young intellectuals, students learn about the world, about others, and most of all about themselves.

At The Jockey Club Student Village III, 1,800 students from 56 countries live together and learn from one another. Here, dynamic cross-cultural experiences take place, visions and ideals are nurtured, and friendships are built for life.


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