Subsite Background

About ILP

Integrated Learning Programme (ILP) is one of the signature co-curricular programmes in the University, which facilitates students to extend their learning beyond the classroom. With its broad spectrum of contents and interactive delivery modes, students are enabled to unlock potentials, boost confidence, make plans for life, and achieve success. Students can develop new interests and explore learning opportunities from over 400 ILP activities each year.


Objectives of ILP

  1. Through a co-curricular programme, students pursue extensive knowledge and skills beyond the classroom, enhance their employability and maintain their competitive edge glocally.

  2. Through holistic enrichment activities, students develop all-rounded personal growth by identifying their talents to become responsible and caring leaders with a glocal vision reinforced by local and national heritages.

  3. Through the Integrated Learning Programme, students enjoy their university life from new students to becoming advanced learners during their learning journey at Lingnan, the community and beyond.

  4. Through collaborations and special projects, students develop their skills with digital technology, achieve Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), and thus pursue their entrepreneurial initiatives in Hong Kong, the Greater Bay Area of Mainland and other overseas countries.


Objectives of the Six Domains

1. Civic Education and Leadership Development

This domain aims to enhance students’ understanding of historical and social development in Hong Kong, China and the world. It nurtures student leaders with local and national heritages to act responsibly in the changing world. Programmes include seminars, courses, field trips, community services projects, leadership and executive training.


2. Intellectual and Entrepreneurship Development

This domain introduces learning approaches and skills to enhance students’ academic excellence, cultivate interest pursuits, understand science and technology, value creativity and innovation, and acquire knowledge from different resources. It helps students identify their talent to be entrepreneurs through the learning process. Programmes include various talks, workshops, projects on university learning, global perspectives, market trends and entrepreneurship skills.


3. Physical Fitness and Well-being

This domain develops students’ healthy lifestyles, physical well-being and recreational leadership. It encourages students to recognise the need for regular physical activity and develop a lifelong interest in sports. Furthermore, physical well-being content covers health science knowledge, including medical self-care and illness prevention. Programmes include ball games, water sports, physical fitness, martial arts, first aid and leadership training.


4. Social and Emotional Well-being

This domain fosters students to develop a positive living through enhancing their social skills, positive attitude, and self-understanding in managing emotions arising from different aspects of life. Students are encouraged to take an active part in improving our world by living in harmony with others. Programmes include self-exploration stress management, communication skills and leadership enhancement.


5. Aesthetic Development

This domain lies in exhibiting a relationship between life and its aesthetics. Through arts exploration and appreciation from a broad spectrum of activities and workshops, students gain creative confidence, innovative thinking and imaginative expression. The programme collaborates with local artists and partners to promote east-meet-west cultural exchange. Programmes include painting, calligraphy, music, performing arts, appreciation of art making, outreach and experiential workshops.


6. Residential Education

The domain focuses on whole-person development through students’ residential experience and fosters cultural exchange. Students can develop interpersonal skills, self-governance ability, a sense of community and responsibilities. The Language Enhancement and Internationalisation programme includes activities of the Lingnan Language Enhancement Initiative (L²EI), cultural integration and appreciation, and global perspectives.

*Activities under the Residential Education domain will be mainly provided by Warden Offices for advocating their educational themes as Living Learning Community and supplemented by OSA, CEAL, CLEAC, various university offices and student bodies.


Management Committee of Integrated Learning Programme

Terms of Reference

  1. To oversee the administration of registration, attendance records and related arrangements of the Integrated Learning Programme (ILP).
  2. To make recommendations on policy and regulations for the administration of the ILP.
  3. To propose courses to be launched in the ILP.
  4. To review the operation of the ILP.
  5. To advise and report to the Senate on matters relating to the ILP.
  6. To review/ consider and approve, under the delegated authority of the Senate, the ILP course proposal and reports.



Prof. LI Dong-huiAssociate Vice-President (Student Affairs)
Office of Student Affairs
Ms. Irene NGDirector of Student Affairs
Office of Student Affairs
Ms. Connie WONGAssociate Director of Student Affairs (Leadership Development & Enrichment Section)
Office of Student Affairs
Mr. Jeff LIUAssociate University Librarian (Services and Strategy)
Mr. Roy CHANAdministrative Manager (UG Admissions and Records)
Mr. Felix HUIAssistant Information Manager I (Team Leader)
Information Technology Services Centre
Ms. NG Aik MinProgramme Manager
Office of Service-Learning
Mr. Jason MAKLearning Designer, Learning Enhancement and Design
Teaching and Learning Centre
One Student RepresentativeRepresentative from the Students' Union
One Student RepresentativeRepresentative from the Student Hostel Associations
Mr. Jeffy LAUAssistant Student Affairs Manager I (Leadership Development & Enrichment Section)
Office of Student Affairs