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About University of Macau

University of Macau Story

Several short articles on the University of Macau feature the spectacular new campus, a diverse learning environment, strong policies for recruiting, retaining and developing staff, and the University’s readiness to compete in a globalised environment.


The University of Macau (UM) was founded in 1981. Its predecessor was the private University of East Asia. Through 34 years of development, UM has become a leading university in Macao, with marked progress in teaching, research, and community service. The only public comprehensive university in Macao, UM has produced more than 26,000 outstanding graduates for society since its founding.

Campus Maps


E3-E7 – Central Teaching Building: The Central Teaching Building has the capacity to let 3,000 students have classes at the same time. It is where first-year undergraduate courses and general education courses are conducted. It also serves as a venue for after-class discussion, study, and recreation [pdf map of campus]. The CTLE office is located in E6-3114.


On campus there are convenience stores, a supermarket, a post office and a variety of dining and shopping experiences. [location of shops]


After arriving at the Macau International Airport or at one of the ferry terminals in Macau or Taipa, you may choose to take a taxi from a taxi stand to the University of Macau – Postgraduate House (S1). Show the address in Chinese to the taxi driver, 請帶我去‘澳門大學 橫琴校區 研究生宿舍S1’, or print a taxi card  as the driver may not speak English at all. The taxi fare costs around MOP$70 to MOP$120, and can be paid in Hong Kong dollars.

Public buses No. 71X, 72, and N6 will only take passengers to Taipa. Busses 71 and 73 go directly to Macau. Please click the links below for the locations of public bus stops on campus.

More information on campus transportation, parking, and public bus routes in Macau are available online.

Visit Macao

Current information on events, sights, and festivities in Macao is available from the Macao Government Tourism Office.