Student Centre provides students a comfortable and cozy space to rest, study and network. The Centre offers services such as borrowing of conference rooms, lockers, bicycle parking and badminton courts. Leisure facilities such as board games, guitar and table football can be found in the centre for students to enjoy school life.
For enquiries about the services of student centre, please contact us via the following channels:
Online Student Centre Meeting ID：823-615-5504 (ZOOM)， Click here to link in ZOOM
Mental Health and Personal Development
In participating in student associations of various natures, students shall acquire development, activity planning and soft skills that take their leadership knowledge into practice and broaden their exposure. These associations include departmental associations, interest group societies and other student bodies.
Three Types of Student Associations
- Departmental associations - formed by students studying in the same programme and aimed to arrange for them relevant professional activities, in which participants can put their learned knowledge and skills into practice.
- Interest Group Societies - gathering students in various disciplines but with same interests to organise extra-curricular activities, enrich school life and maintain a positive learning environment.
- Other student bodies - With our Student Development Officers as leaders, student bodies such as Life Planning Ambassadors and Social Service Societies strengthen students' organisational know-how and team work. The bodies also assist the DSDA to organise relevant activities.
Working Talks and Workshops
Career Zone provides workshops to improve working skills and guest talks regularly, such as the sharing session of working holiday from the Talk of Dream Series Talk and the workshop of self-introduction book from Being Smart Workshop.
Broaden students’ horizons, equip themselves, improving their competitiveness by inviting different guests to share their life experience and tutors to teach job hunting skills. Students can therefore better prepared for their future study and career.
Students are offered overseas internship programmes every year in order to provides students with internship opportunity outside Hong Kong, such as Taiwan Summer Career and Living Experience Programme, so that they can understand the work culture and industry situation in different regions. As such students enrich their career experience and become more forward-looking in their career planning.
Greater Bay Area Internship Programme 2021
We are going to run the Greater Bay Area Internship Programme 2021 in 2021 in order to let the participants learn the working culture and industry status of the Greater Bay Area, gain fruitful career experience, and have a more forward-looking personal career development planning to raise self-competitiveness.
Please contact the staff of Department of Student Development at 2398 9619 for any enquiries about the internship programme.
To broaden students' horizons and world view, DSDA organises a number of exchange programmes to Mainland China, Southeast Asia, Europe and Central Asia. Participating students visit enterprises, conduct volunteer teaching activities, have exchanges with local students and the Chinese embassies. Those enrich students' life experience, give them an understanding of cultures economies and employment markets of different countries, and help them overcome language barrier.
Our students have set foot on numerous places including:
Beijing, Yunnan, Shanghai, Sichuan, Shenyang, Qinghai, Chongqing, Qingyuan, Guangxi, The Great Bay Area
- Southeast Asia
Chiangmai Thailand, Taiwan, Singapore
- Japan and Korea
Tokyo, Osaka, Hiroshima, Seoul
- Central, Western and Northeastern Asia
Khasakstan, Russia, Kyrgyz Republic
- Central and Eastern Europe