The Student Resources Section of the Student Affairs Office manages the Postgraduate House (hereafter referred to as “PGH”), which mainly offers on-campus accommodation and living services to UM postgraduate students, visiting scholars and University guests. The aims are to provide residents with a comfortable and harmonic living environment, also organize and provide various activities and services to foster their learning, research and employability.

PGH consists of 4 buildings (S1, S2, S3 and S4), offering around 2,600 bed spaces. All the rooms in PGH are fully furnished and air-conditioned, excluding personal necessities and beddings (such as pillow, blanket, coverlet, bed sheet, etc.). PGH offers some of the public facilities (such as TV room, study room, small indoor sport venue, etc.), which can only be used by PGH students.

Due to the limited number of bed spaces in PGH, the University ensures bed spaces for the new non-local students in their first year of study in postgraduate programmes.  The PGH applications of the other grades of postgraduate students may not be approved, particularly for those whose programmes of study are beyond the normal study period. The Student Resources Section allocates bed spaces according to the bed spaces allocation priority sequence stated in the PGH Rules. For details regarding PGH eligibility requirements, bed spaces allocation priority sequence, application procedures, fees and charges, rules and etc., please visit our website.

Introduction to PGH