Facilities

Hall of Residences

 

The University manages 12 residential halls: 9 for female students and 3 for male students. The halls provide on-campus accommodation for about 5,000 students. Each hall of residence contains 2-bed, 3-bed or 4-bed rooms, a computer room, a study room, a reading room, prayer rooms for students of Buddhist and Islamic faith, a television room, and a recreational room. Facilities and services for residents include a Halls of Residence Office, a mini-mart, a beauty and hairdressing salon, a bookshop, laundry service, cafeterias, a night food center, and banking and postal services.


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