The Chinese University of Hong Kong Library (ULS) is probably one of the university’s resources that you would use the most frequently and extensively in your learning and research. Comprised of seven universities, the ULS provides significant bilingual collection including electronic and print journals, e-books, print volumes and special collections.
User Areas located at 1/F Pi Chiu Building and Learning Commons (6/F, Wu Ho Man Yuen Building) is jointly managed by ULS and Information Technology Services Centre (ITSC). It provides you with a range of computing facilities, functional spaces and professional IT and library consultation services for facilitating your individual studies and group works.
The 24/7 access technology-rich learning garden and research commons at the University Library became two of the most popular spots for learning, revision and research discussion since it first launch in 2012.
i-LOUNGE provides an ideal place for CUHK students and staff to organize activities which facilitate cultural exchange, exposure and integration. It also serves as a public forum, yet with relaxing atmosphere, allowing students to exchange their thoughts on different matters. In addition, one can find international reading materials, and information about overseas programmes or travelling there.
The Independent Learning Centre (ILC) (link)provides a resource rich environment for students to become independent learners with specialized workshops, individual and small group consultations and online resources in learning both English and Chinese. If you are interested in learning or improving your English or Putonghua, ILC’s Language Exchange Programme helps you practice in real life situation and make friends for both cultural and language exchange. At the same time, language education courses (Putonghua and Cantonese) are offered by the Yale-China Chinese Language Centre (CLC) (link) in two different series namely (i) for non-native speakers and (ii) for native speaker of Chinese. All the series have different levels to meet the needs and aptitude of students.
Centre for Learning Enhancement And Research (CLEAR) offers a series of specially designed services for postgraduate students, such as Improving Postgraduate Learning (IPL) Programme, Professional Development Course for Teaching Assistants (PDCTA), to promote their professional development (www.cuhk.edu.hk/clear).
Orientation Camp organized by the Chinese University Postgraduate Student Association. Details