The genesis of the University of Macau (UM) dates back to March 1981 when its predecessor, the private University of East Asia (UEA), was co-founded by Mr Wong King Keung, Mr Edward Woo Pak Hay, and Mr Peter Eng Yuk Lun, on a plot of land leased by the local government to Ricci Island West. The founding of UEA signified the beginning of modern higher education in Macao.
In many parts of the world all leading universities have one thing in common: providing the best undergraduate education for local elites. As the generally recognized best university in Macao, the University of Macau (UM) must also fulfill this mission. To this end, UM will focus efforts on providing quality undergraduate education, including implementing a comprehensive range of reforms, optimizing undergraduate programmes, incorporating global perspective into all undergraduate programmes, increasing general-knowledge-related courses, launching undergraduate research programmes, and setting up Honours College.
Under the circumstance with sufficient availability of bed space, UMacau will provide bed for each international student at the Postgraduate House (PGH), which was established in 2013. All the rooms in PGH are fully furnished, internetconnected, air-conditioned and with bathrooms.Two students will be accommodated in one shared room and NO single room will be assigned to any students due to the limited availability of rooms. There is a pantry on each floor which consists of refrigerator and microwave, but no cooking (with fire) is allowed. There are also indoor sports venue, study room, television room, computer room and laundry.
he University of Macau Library has moved into the current “University of Macau Wu Yee Sun Library” building in July 2014. Standing in the forefront and occupying a very central location of the new campus, and surrounded by a man-made lake and a man-made river, the Library is the landmark building of the whole campus.
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Hi, everyone! I am a senior biomedical sciences student at the University of Macau. I have had a very fruitful undergraduate study. Umac gives me a lots of opportunities to explore myself. I have incubated cancer cells, done animal experiences, discovered potential lead compounds, founded s student association of health sciences and used to study abroad in the USA. The...
The university isn't hard. Most of the professors are 'inbreed' previous students and it's courses and exams are too easy. The overall experience of living in china for half a year is priceless.s
Use all your free time for travelling and having fun. Get a Visa for mainland China to go shopping to the border town. While the Finance classes were very confusing and not much information was given the marketing classes were very engaging.