【Forward】 Resume online teaching from 9 Oct (Sat) until further notice

Dear Colleagues and Students,

CityU Macau will adopt online teaching starting 9:00am, 9 October (Saturday) until further notice. The class schedules are same as the current ones. The Information Technology Office (ITO) will also provide assistance to students who encounter network and technical problems, please pay attention to the notice released by ITO.

During the pandemic, the University has held a special series of online seminars by CityU Macau’s distinguished scholars for students from 6 October to 8 October. Below are the links to the videos that CityUer can watch the replay.

Seminar 1: How Chinese learn English: Top 10 Secrets

Speaker: Rector, Professor Jun Liu


Seminar2: How to reduce anxiety and relieve stress during the pandemic?

Speaker: Professor He-Yong SHEN, Director of the Institute of Analytical Psychology, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences


Seminar3: Intercultural Communication: What, Why and How

Speaker: Chair Professor Lixian JIN, Dean of Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences


To ensure the safety of all university members on campus and according to the guidelines released by the Education and Youth Development Bureau, the University strongly encourage all students and staff to get vaccinated as soon as possible. Starting 25 October when entering the campus, all faculty members, students and other employees including the domestic and foreign service providers must present a certificate/proof of the vaccination (at least one dose), or show that the coronavirus nucleic acid test results are “negative” within 7 days.

In addition, the University urges all staff and students to follow the government’s anti-epidemic guidelines and reduce mobility, stay in their usual place of residence. Teachers, Students and staff should also pay close attention to their health condition and seek medical assistance promptly if feeling unwell.

Let us be united and work together to fight the epidemic!

Best regards,
Rector’s Office
8 October 2021