Boarding at Ulink College
ULink College Guangzhou is a boarding school.
Grade 9-11 students live in 4-person shared rooms, which include bunked beds, desks, wardrobes, and closets. Each floor is equipped with shared shower rooms and bathrooms, as well as a lounge.
Seniors live in apartments on the south side of campus and have the choice of shared or private bedrooms with shared or private baths. The apartments feature desks with shelves, double beds, bedside tables, wardrobes, a living room, and a balcony.
To make life on campus more convenient for our students, laundry service is available and paid for in an annual fee.
The goal of our boarding houses is to promote a safe and supportive environment, as well as organize fun events like Christmas decoration competition. Our Residential Assistants set and monitor dorm behavior, are responsible for student well-being, and provide a contact point for parents. Furthermore, three nurses are available for students in the on-campus infirmary.
Dining on Campus
Our school's canteen is an important social gathering place, which provides delicious meals prepared by accomplished professional chefs, in various styles -Chinese and Western - for breakfast, lunch, dinner, evening snacks, and even hosts after-school activities and special events. The canteen is licensed with an A-Grade certificate for food safety and hygiene, placing it in the top 8% of all licensed facilities, and is supervised by government Departments, the Food and Drug Administration and Education Bureau.
Q-store is a campus store which is to meet the daily demands of all the community. 80% of the products are imported which are various and abundant, including daily essentials, stationery, beverage, snacks and fruits. Q-store carries out a strict inspection for food safety.
La Barista is a trendy coffee shop and a place to go for Western style drinks and snacks. With its relaxed atmosphere, the smell of percolating coffee beans and delicious pastries, La Barista provides an excellent place for after-class meetups for both students and teachers.