Năm 2022 chuyển đổi ký túc xá NUS dành cho sinh viên tốt nghiệp trong tương lai

Thứ hai, 14/03/2022, 16:19 GMT+7

At the peak of the pandemic in 2020, NUS joined hands with the Multi-Ministry Taskforce to tackle an unprecedented challenge for Singapore: how do we create sufficient recovery facilities for the tens of thousands of migrant workers in order to curb the raging virus that was spreading across the dormitories?

A rare, quiet morning at University Town, where many NUS hostels are located

We sprung into action and emptied our hostel rooms at Prince George’s Park Residences (PGPR) during the long vacation from May to July, and committed this timely asset to reinforce the national efforts. In fact, we did more than just availing the rooms. Students across our hostels stepped up spontaneously and put together an online programme called Guest Students@NUS for the migrant workers to do daily exercises, enjoy song and dance performances online, learn basic skills such as financial literacy and conversational English.

This experience culminated in a dignified send-off when the workers completed their stay with us, where each of them received a gift pack reminiscent of the extraordinary hospitality that took them by surprise. In retrospect, we offered

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