Living in Hong Kong

Dumplings shaped like frogsHong Kong is one of the world’s most dynamic cities and boasts an abundance of cultural resources and entertainment venues, including museums, theaters, art galleries, and restaurants. During your semester abroad, you’ll live and travel by a local. If you’ve enrolled in the CityU program, you may live right on campus in a residence hall. Everyone has access to CityU facilities, including the on-campus health clinic and library. You can grab inexpensive meals at one of CityU’s four cafeterias or at local restaurants or noodle shops.

Grand Blossom House

Students cooking at Grand Blossom houseStudents enrolled in the Syracuse Center program live in Grand Blossom House, where you’ll reside in shared apartments in the Hung Hom district, just a short commute away from your classes at CityU. The apartments have three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a living room, and include a kitchenette, television, and Wi-Fi.