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- Lingnan University
- Chung Chi College, The Chinese University of Hong Kong


Lingnan University

Room 101, 1/f B. Y. Lam Building
Lingnan University
8 Castle Peak Road, Tuen Mun,
New Territories Hong Kong

Phone: +852 2616 8073
Fax: +852 2468 4807

The Office of Service-Learning (OSL) at Lingnan University, which is Hong Kong’s only liberal arts university, was the first established center for Service-Learning in Hong Kong. The program is fully developed, with Service-Learning course offered across the university’s academic disciplines, high student participation rates, and a variety of international Service-Learning opportunities including the Cross-Border Service-Learning Summer Institute hosted by Lingnan. In addition, OSL has also established many community partnerships and supports community-based research in order to extend the OSL impact beyond the university’s confines. In 2016-17, the Service-Learning will become the graduation requirement at Lingnan University

Programs offered by the Office of Service-Learning:










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Chung Chi College, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
1/F, Chung Chi College Administration Building
Chung Chi College, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Shatin, New Territories, Hong Kong

Phone: (852) 3943 1313 / 3943 9643
Fax: (854) 2693 6219



Chung Chi College at Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) is deeply rooted in Christian high education traditions and ideals. The sense of community service has become an important element of College’s education since its founding. The concept of Service-Learning was introduced in recent years, eventually leading to the launch of the Local, Mainland, and International Service-Learning Programmes in the early-2000s and the establishment of the Service-Learning Centre in the 2013-14 academic year. The center is responsible for organizing the colleges various Service-Learning programs, supporting student and alumni initiated service trips, organizing symposiums, seminars, and training workshops on Service-Learning, and supporting Service-Learning related research.

Programs offered through the Service-Learning Centre:








  • Local Service-Learning Programmes
  • Mainland Service-Learning Programmes
  • International Service-Learning Programmes
  • Service-Learning Symposiums and Conferences
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- Duta Wacana Christian University
- Petra Christian University


Duta Wacana Christian University

Dr. Wahidin Sudiro Husodo Street No. 5 – 25
Yogyakarta 55224

Phone: 0274 563929
Fax: -274 513235


Duta Wacana Christian University (UKDW) is a private university in Yogyakarta, central of Java island, Indonesia. UKDW enriches its curriculum with non-curricular programs aimed to create outstanding students with highly developed characters. UKDW’s Service-Learning serves as a learning model for both the students and the community. It uses a participatory approach which means that all participants learn and work together to develop the local community.

Petra Christian University

J1. Siwalankerto 121-131 Surabaya, Indonesia

Phone: +62 31 298 3138

The Petra Christian University (PCU) has run a program called Community Outreach Program (COP) since 1994, which was gradually developed into a Service-Learning program for both PCU and international students. The program is held every summer and aims to introduce students to social issues experienced by communities and to foster community development. In addition to the COP, the concept of Service-Learning is also applied in classes in order to provide students with learning experiences beyond the classroom. Overall, PCU hopes to encourage commitment to serve others, prepare the young generation for service leadership, and enhance the Christian values in Christian higher education as well as in the community through the development of Service-Learning.


Starting in early 2006, Service-Learning has been gradually adopted into the curriculum of each School at PCU to give added value to the education process. Faculties and schools develop their discipline-related programs according to their own needs and objectives of the class.
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Christ University
Centre for Social Action

Near Dairy Circle, Hosur Road
Bengaluru, Karnataka

Name: Dr. Victor Paul, Interim Director for the Centre for Social Action
Phone: +91 80 4012 9655



In 1969 Christ University was founded under the vision of “Excellence and Service”. Today the university continues to carry out this vision through developing students academically and as socially sensitive individuals. One way Christ University achieves this ‘holistic development’ is through the Centre for Social Action (CSA). Since its inception in 1999, CSA has involved students in social development programs. After seeing the attitude and knowledge developments among students, the Centre has begun to convert student volunteering activities into Service-Learning activities. CSA, is beginning to introduce Service-Learning into core disciplines of study and developing joint programs with other higher education institutions in order to continue to develop and promote the concept of Service-Learning at Christ University.

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Lady Doak College

Tallakulam, Madurai – 625002
Tamilnadu, India

Phone: 91-0452-2530527 Ext. 229
Fax: 091-452-2523585



Since its inception in 1948, Lady Doak College (LDC), an all-female college located in Madurai, Tamil Nadu in southern India.  Community service is part of its educational mission that aims to develop young women from all strata to become intellectually mature, morally upright, socially responsible, and spiritually inspired female leaders. In 1978, this vision was maintained when outreach programmes became integrated into the curriculum. Then in 2005 - 2006, upon being exposed to Service-Learning, LDC institutionalized the concept in a variety of disciplines and created the Center for Outreach and Service-Learning Programmes (COSLP). The outreach programmes and Service-Learning courses associated with COSLP encourage experiential learning, develops students’ critical and analytical thinking skills, and enable students to act as catalysts for social change.

Programs offered by Center for Outreach and Service-Learning Programmes:

  • - Learning and Application Made Possible (LAMP), multi-discipline learning center
  • Techno-Serve, Transferring Technology through Service-Learning
  • - National Service Scheme (NSS)
  • - Rangering (RAN)
  • - Environmental Awareness Programme (EAP)
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Madras Christian College
Tambaram, Chennai
Tamil Nadu, India
PIN 600 059

Phone: 91 33 22390675
Fax: 91 44 22394352

Madras Christian College is an institution of higher education known for its academic standing, leadership building, and social commitment. With the inspiration of God’s love, the College aims to offer people of all communities whole-person education, which is appropriate for the needs of both India and the World. Currently, Madras has more than 7,000 students in 33 different faulty and is consistantly ranked among in the Top Ten Liberal Arts and Sciences College in India.

International Christian University
3-10-2 Osawa, Mitaka, Tokyo
181-8585, Japan

Phone: +81 422 33 3687
Fax:81 422 33 3685



The International Christian University (ICU) established the Service Learning Center (SLC) in 2002, which aims to both support students’ Service-Learning activities along with coordinate a variety of other Service-Learning programs. The staff of SLC primarily provides regular guidance for Service-Learning programs and events while also helping students integrate Service-Learning into their academics through placement into Service-Learning related courses. The programs and courses associated with SLC work with a wide range of non-profit organizations, service sites, and both national and international high education institutions. In addition, SLC continually conducts Service-Learning related research and surveys on and off campus, which has led ICU to be an active member and secretariat of Japan Overseas Experiential Learning Network (JOELN), a research group for university-level study abroad experiences.

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Seoul Women’s University
210 Human Science Building
Seoul Women’s University
Hwarang-no, Nowon-gu, Seoul, Korea (139-774)


As a Christian institution, the Seoul Women’s University aims to train female leaders who have Knowledge, Virtue, and Expertise. In accordance with this mission, SWU has been committed to integrating Service-Learning into academics since 2005. Overseen by the Center for Teaching and Learning, Service-Learning is integrated into credit-bearing courses from a variety of disciplines. The projects associated with these courses aim to help low income, poor, aged, and homeless community members through different activities, such as educational outreach and community-based research. In addition, SWU also offers a Global Service-Learning (G S-L) Program, in which students previously involved in local Service-Learning are offered the opportunity to participate in a Service-Learning project or program in a neighboring country.

Programs Offered by Seoul Women’s University:

  • 1) Global Service-Learning Program with Family Agape
  • 2) Service-Learning Courses across disciplines
  • 3) Global Service-Learning mentorship scheme
  • 4) Student exchange with International Christian University (Japan) and Chung Chi College, CUHK and Lingnan University (Hong Kong)

University of Macau

Henry Fok Pearl Jubilee College
Name: Ms. Natalie Wong, resident fellow and Interim associate master of Henry Fok Pearl Jubilee College
Tel: (+853) 8822-8520


Stanley Ho East Asia College
Name: Ms. Sancia Wan, resident fellow of Stanley Ho East Asia College
Tel: (+853) 8822-9719


Shiu Pong College
Name: Mr. Ivan Lei, resident fellow of Shiu Pong College
Tel: (+853) 8822-9626

The Service-Learning Programme at the University of Macau strives to encourage students to organize and participate in volunteer services, through which they can serve the underprivileged, give back to the society, and engage in out-of-classroom learning. The program provides all UM students with opportunities to participate in Service-Learning activities organized by the university and/or organize they own Service-Learning projects with the support from resident colleagues.

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Guangdong Polytechnic Normal University

No. 298 Zhongshan Avenue GuangZhou, P.R. China 510665


Name: ZhouYa, Teacher of the Institute of Political Science and Law

Phone: +86 13560423067


Guangdong Polytechnic Normal University is a provincial general university with Master’s Degree granting authority. The college is not only committed to developing high-quality vocational education teachings and application-oriented talents, but it also strives to build the domestic first-class and to be a leader among similar universities. To achieve this Guangdong Polytechnic has recently began to explore the concept of Service-Learning by incorporating Service-Learning related activities into existing courses. The college plans to continue learning about Service-Learning in Asia and pioneering its development in Mainland China.

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Shantou University

No. 243 Daxue Road, Shantou, Guangdong, P.R. China 515063


Name: Cai Yinghui, Vice Director of Teaching Affairs Department

Phone: +086 0754 86503395


Founded in 1981, Shantau University (STU) is a comprehensive university that is jointly supported by the Ministry of Education, the Guangdong Provincial Government, and the Lia Ka Shing Foundation. The university is currently comprised of 8 colleges and schools and has over 10,000 students. With the school motto “Aspiration, Knowledge, Perseverance, Achievement”, STU has actively promoted Service-Learning on campus under the guidance of the Teaching Affairs Office. STU has offered courses with Service-Learning elements since June 2010 and since 2012 all students must take a 1 credit Service-Learning course prior to graduation.  

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South China Normal University
55 Zhongsan Avenue West
Guangzhou, Guangdong 510631

Phone: +86 20 8521 2863
Fax: (8620) 8521 2131


South China Normal University is an institution of higher learning with a long and rich history. Situated in Guangzhou, a open metropolitis in South China, the University is imbued Lingnan’s pioneering and pragmatic spirit. While South China Normal University has always concentrated on teach-education and training, it has recently adopted a new, more expansive view on education. This new view not only strives to cultivate talented individuals, but also create a friendly, harmonious environment for teaching and academic research and foster a rich campus culture. The university aims to be a high level comprehensive teaching and research-oriented institution with open distinctive features.

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Sun Yat-Sen University

135 Xiangang Xi Road, Guangzhou, P.R. China 510275

Name: Jiangang Zhu, Executive Dean of the School of Philanthropy

Phone: +84 114081 - 804


Founded in 1924, Sun Yat-Sen University is a comprehensive multi-disciplinary universities that has also become an important base for training high-level talents, scientific research, providing service to society, and inheriting cultural traditions. In order to further promote these traditions, SYSU’s School of Philanthropy set up the Service-Learning Office in 2015. The Office is currently focusing on developing Service-Learning at both SYSU and in higher education through integrating it into academic courses and providing activities related to Service-Learning for students, professors, and faculty members. SYSU and the Service-Learning Office looks further to continuing to promote and establish Service-Learning.

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Zhuhai City Polytechnic
JinEr Road, Xihu Chengqu
Jinwan District, Zhuhai
Guang Dong, China

Phone: 0756-7253159

Zhuhai City Polytechnic (ZHCPT) is an institution of higher vocation education that is committed to transforming Zhuhai into a learning-oriented city. The college utilizes an open-education model that allows coordination among industry, college, and research. Through the initiative of the dean of the School of Tourism Management, ZHCPT began to also integrate the practice of Service-Learning into their educational model. In 2012, the school offered 2 credit-bearing Service-Learning courses and began “Service-Learning Month” in March. The School of Tourism Management at ZHCPT believes that students should be responsible, warm-hearted members of the local community and society and that academic learning can be strengthen through meaningful service and reflection; thus, the School is continually committed to developing and improving upon their Service-Learning.

Silliman University

1 Hibbard Avenue
Dumaguete City, Negros Oriental
6200 Philippines

Phone: 4226002 loc 369


The Silliman University in Dumaguete City, Philippines been integrating the concept of Service-Learning into their curriculum for almost 10 years. Service-Learning began at the University with the approval by the United Board for Christian Higher Education in Asia of a multi-disciplinary Service-Learning program implemented in the town in Oriental Negros. Since then, the Service-Learning program has been adopted into an increasingly number of courses from a variety of disciplines, including, but not limited to, agriculture, arts and sciences, education, and nursing. These courses aim to provide students with a practical perspective to the theories and principles behind social issues by exposing them to social realities in different communities. There, the students are challenged to reflect and address the issues at hand. Currently, these courses and other Service-Learning related programs and events are overseen by the Institute of Service-Learning.

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Miriam College
Institutional Network for Social Change
Katipunan Avenue, Loyola Heights
Quezon City 1102 Philippines

Phone: (+632) 4337909

Mariam College is a Catholic institution of learning that form leaders in service who competence with caring, are rooted in Filipino culture and Asian tradition and yet are citizens of the world. In accordance with this vision, an integral part of the college is volunteering, which is overseen by the Institutional Network for Social Action (INSA). INSA’s role is enhance volunteerism that is expertise-based and contributing to social development. One way in which INSA achieves this is by promoting the Service-Learning. INSA’s Service-Learning Program encourages students to organize community service that addresses community needs while simultaneously develops their academic skills, sense of social responsibility, and commitment to the community.

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Trinity University of Asia
275 E. Rodriguez Sr,
Damayang Lagi, Quezon
1112 Metro Manila, Philippines

Trinity University has introduced the concept of Service-Learning and established the Partnership for Service-Learning (PSL) in 1992 which aimed to provide opportunities for young scholars to both learn and serve in the community. Service-Learning was then improved further through the creation of the International Partnership for Service-Learning (IPSL) and focused on Service-Learning oriented exchanges between Trinity and other universities around the world. Today, both programs continually strive to promote the concept of further learning, which they describe as linking the classroom with the larger world, theory with practice, and putting student into situations in which they maximize their productivity by working effectively with others. In order to attain this integration of service with academics, students at Trinity University are awarded credit in subjects where Service-Learning is integrated.

Programs Offered at Trinity University of Asia:

  • IPSL Summer Special Program
  • Philippine Studies Program
  • National Service Training Program
  • Courses with Service-Learning components
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De La Salle University
Center for Social Concern and Action
2nd Floor, Br Connon Hall
2401 De La Salle University
Taft, Manila

Phone: 542-4611 to 26 local 147; 417
Fax: (02) 523-4143
Phone +63 (034) 434 - 6100

Since its establishment in 1911, De La Salle University in Manila, Philippines has been committed to being a learner-centered research university that bridges faith and scholarship in service to society, especially the poor. Based upon these and other Lasallian principles, the university formed the Center of Social Concern and Action (COSCA) in the 1980s, which was and continues to be dedicated to the integral development of communities through responsible citizenship and the empowerment of marginalized sectors. Along with offering a variety of community engagement and volunteer opportunities, COSCA also promotes Service-Learning through providing students opportunities to apply academic learning to real human needs. In addition, COSCA also encourages and supports community engagement related research and documentation.


Programs offered by Center of Social Concern and Action Civic Welfare-Training Service Program (law-mandated for all first year students) Community Engaged Learning Program (CELP) Lasallian Social Formation and Action Program (LSFA) University-Community Engagement and Development

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De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde
2544 Taft Avenue, Manila, Philippines
Phone: +63 230 5100 loc 1633

De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde is a learning environment that nurtures students to develop their interests and passions, and trains them to become professionally competent in established industries and emerging fields of specialization.

At Benilde, learning in its many forms is encouraged. Spiritual creative pursuits, artistic endeavors, service to the community, awareness of environmental issues, and concern for the common good are all parts of the Benildean education. The College’s learner-centered philosophy is founded on the belief that each student is endowed by God with talents and gifts that should be understood, appreciated and nurtured.

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University of St. La Salle
La Salle Avenue
Capitolville Subdivision
Bacolod City
6100 Negros Occidental, Philippines
Phone: +63 34 434 6100

The University of St. La Salle is a catholic institution that is committed to the holistic formation of the youth. Since it establihsment in 1952, the university has promoted quality education responsive to global realities and to the call of the Church for evangelization. In addition, St. La Salle seeks to help people, especially the poor, live a life of dignity to the fullest of their capabilities. The university recognizes itself as a catalyst for change, thus it strives to instill a concern for the environment and a sense of community and country in all of its students.

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Ngee Ann Polytechnic
535 Clementi Road
Singapore 599489

Inaugurated in 1963 as Ngee Ann College, Ngee Ann Polytechnic (NP) has grown from its humble beginnings to establish itself as one of Singapore’s leading institutions of higher education. With more than 16,000 full-time students, NP strives to nurture lifelong learners who are imbued with 21st century competencies and valued at the workplace and by society. NP believes that Service-Learning is a suitable pedagogy to not only advance the University’s mission but to also promote holistic education, instill passion for learning, and encourage active citizenry in students. While S-L is widely utilized at NP currently, it will become an official graduation requirement for all students by the 2016 academic year. Thus, all students will be required to have at least on S-L experience or project as part of their core curriculum over the 3-year diploma programme. NP also aims to integrate S-L further through S-L modules and S-L internships.  

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UniSIM College (UC)
Office of Service-Learning and Student Life
461 Clementi Road
Singapore 599491

Established in 2014, UniSIM College (UC) is a degree programme for SIM University’s full-time students that seeks to develop application-oriented and self-directed learners who have a strong sense of social responsibility. UC strives to equip each student with the three key qualities essential for future success: Head, Heart, and Habit. One way in which the college helps students develop these qualities and skills is through Service-Learning. Overseen by the Office of Service-Learning and Student Life, the college’s program aims to empower student to enhance and act on their sense of social responsibility, grounded on real-world ideas and practices to contribute meaningfully to society. Through the Service-Learning graduation requirement, UC students are expected to collaborate with local community partners along with utilizing their skill-sets and strengths in their service. In addition, UC offers students opportunities to serve abroad and/or to integrate service into their work attachment, which is a mandatory 24-week work period.

Programs Offered by the Office of Service-Learning and Student Life:

  • 1) Pre-requisite foundation courses covering basic Service-Learning topics
  • 2) International Service-Learning (ISL) Projects
  • 3) Work Attachment with a community partner/agency
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Fu Jen Catholic University
No. 510 Zhongsheng Rd, Xinzhuang Dist.
New Taipei City, 24205,
Taiwan (R.O.C.)

Phone: +886-2-2905-2000
Fax: +886-2-2905-2756

Based upon the Fu Jen Catholic University (Fu Jen)’s mission to foster the whole person, the Service-Learning Center aims to enrich learning through service, instill a value of service through learning, and to develop lives with health, love, and positive attitudes. The center achieves these objectives by incorporating hands-on Service-Learning experiences on and off Fu Jen campus into courses across a variety of disciplines. This not only enriches students learning but it also provides them a chance to think independently, solve problems creatively, communicate effectively, and build leadership skills. Fu Jen’s Service-Learning center hopes to develop students with a life-long learning habit in order to enable them to change the world.


Programs Offered by  the Service-Learning Center:

  • 1) Holistic Education
  • 2) Professional Service-Learning
  • 3) Teamwork Service-Learning
  • 4) Volunteer Service-Learning
  • 5) Service-Learning and Leadership Program
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National Taiwan University
No. 162, Sec. 1 Hoping East Road, Taipei, Taiwan

Name: Rou-Lan Liu
Phone: 0925145299

National Taiwan Normal University (NTNU) is a vibrant learning community that has long been recognized as one of Taiwan’s elite higher education institutions. Founded in 1946, NTNU has a longstanding commitment to the pursuit of academic excellence through holistic education. The Center of Holistic Education at NTNU aims to provide students with a free learning environment that encourages students to explore the meaning and values of life, increase their learning and creative potential, and to attain a balance between personal development and integrity. While the Center promotes a variety of programs, activities, and ideas, one of the four main focuses is Service-Learning. The center strives to implement Service-Learning programs that fosters social responsibility, enhances relationships, and develops and strengthens core skills and capabilities.

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Soochow University
Waishuanghsi Campus
Grand Complex, 2nd Floor, Room B206
No. 70, Linhsi Road
Shihlin, Taipei, Taiwan
11102, R.O.C.

Downtown Campus
Building Six, Room R6104
No.56, Kueiyang Street, Section 1
Jhongiheng, Taipei, Taiwan
10048, R.O.C.

Waishuanghsi Campus
Phone: 886-2-2881-9471 Ext. 7402 ~ 9
Fax: 886-2-2883-7327

Downtown Campus
Phone: 886-2-2311-1531 Ext. 2341 ~ 4
Fax: 886-2-2389-3414

Soochow University is the oldest private university in Taiwan, continually strives to provide students with a quality education that prepares them to make significant contributions to the nation. The university established the Community and Interpersonal Relationship Development Center on 1st August2012. While the center overseas a variety of extracurricular activities, a few of their primary focuses include promoting Service-Learning and international volunteers and planning community educational classes and projects. The center believes that these classes, programs, and projects will help students constitute a healthy and positive outlook on life while also developing their organizational and leadership skills, thus cultivating self-confidence and responsibility. In addition, Soochow University is committed to enhancing academic exchange and cooperative programs with top-notch universities around the world, including those in Mainland China.

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Taipei Medical University
Office of Student Affairs
110 We Xinyi District
Taipei City 250 Street

Phone: 02-2736-1661

Taipei Medical University (TMU) strives to cultivate medical professions with compassions, global perspective, and a commitment to serve others. With this aim, the university strongly encourages students to participate in Service-Learning, which is overseen by the Service-Learning Center. The center believes that Service-Learning has the ability to enhance human care sentiments and the understanding of self through providing students with practical experience and opportunities to learn about the needs of society, all of which are vital to a medical personnel. Currently, TMU offers numerous courses that have diverse Service-Learning components. The school is also partnered with several NGOs and other higher education institutions, thus providing the students a wide-range of Service-Learning opportunities.

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Foo Yin University
151 Jinque Road
Daliao District
Kaohsiung City, 83102

Phone: 886 7 7811151 ext. 1600

Fooying University is a technology university that is committed to cultivating excellent and outstanding professionals. The institution consists of undergraduate schools, graduate schools, and five-year collges, each of which primarily concentrate human and public health.  

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Hoa Sen University
8 Nguyen Van Trang st, Dist.1, HCM City
Tel: 0945 063 062

Hoa Sen University (HSU) Center for Service-Learning (CSL) was established in March 2015 with the mission of integrating Service-Learning component into University’s curriculum. CSL is the first center in Vietnam that founded with the purpose of integrating SL into Higher Education’s program.

The establishment of CSL aligns with HSU’s vision: “As a not-for-profit institution, Hoa Sen University has the vision to become a leading university in Vietnam with international recognition in teaching, research, and community service.”



  • 1) Providing support to faculty, including training workshops and other supporting activities, in the implementation of Service-Learning projects.
  • 2) Liaising with community partners (NGOS, service agencies, Social Entrepreneurs, Not-for-profit organizations) to develop suitable projects for faculty staff.
  • 3) Liaising with funding agencies and donors.
  • 4) Collaborating with other universities, both local and global, to implement inter-institutional Service-Learning projects
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