I admitted to Lee Woo Sing College via local (non-JUPAS) scheme.
Let me show you what you need to know to prepare for your admission to my College.
First of all, let us watch an introductory video conducted by our Dean of Students, Prof. Ellis Fok. You will get know about my College and programmes we organize quickly in just 7 minutes. If you wish to learn more about my College, click on the links below.
Lee Woo Sing College advocates harmony, positive and care. Since its establishment, the College has always been student-oriented and dedicated to providing students with comprehensive care and a positive College experience. Students are the basic and most important component of the College. Therefore, we take care of our students from their daily living, their physical and spiritual needs, as well as their whole person development in every possible way. We launched the Onboarding Programme for Year One Students as part of our enhancement of student care and counselling services for all year one students. For details, please click the link below.
You are required to complete a compulsory “College Induction Course” (3 units) and an elective course (3 units) of your choice to fulfill College General Education requirements. If you are admitted via AD/HD schemes, you are required to take an elective course only.
In addition, you are required to attend at least two College Assemblies/ High Table Dinner in each term of study. For details, please click the links below.
The College buildings are designed to blend in with their natural surroundings, and most dorm rooms enjoy beautiful views, whether of green and pleasant mountains or the gorgeous scenery offered by Tolo Harbour. To add colour to college life, the College has also beefed up its communal facilities. Click on the video to watch our VR campus tour or click on the links below for more.
College’s residential experience is a unique and defining feature of University life. Our hostel features more than simply the hostel itself: it includes own dining, recreational, fitness and music facilities, plus dedicated groups of wardens, tutors, hostel staff who work hard to care for each individual student in the College family.
Local students have to apply for hostel each year. Click on the video to watch the application procedures and points to note.
It is the College’s mission to provide total care to all groups of students. We especially focus on non-residential students.
The College offers various daytime facilities, such as lockers, fitness room, reading room, music room, barbeque area, cookery demonstration kitchen, cafe and dining facilities, and non-residential students common room, to non-residential students. They can spend their leisure time between lessons in the College.
The Non-residential Students’ Association of Student Union operates a games room and organize regular gathering and activities for them as well.
The College offers both long-term and short-term exchange programmes for students. Long-term (or term exchange) programmes covers regions in Europe (UK, Denmark, Finland, Sweden…), Asia (Japan, Korea, Singapore, China) and North America (USA & Canada).
A series of cultural experience programmes (or short-term exchange) is organized in summer and winter break every year. Previous/ future programmes include trip to Western Australia (Perth), Uzbekistan, South Korea, Cambodia and mainland China, etc.
There are 38 admission scholarship awards (range from $5,000 to full tuition for 1 year-study) worth over $1 million to be offered in 2021/22 (Only students chosen WS as their first choice may apply for the admission scholarships). For more information, please watch the video on the left or click the links below.