Year 2013

 

澳門理工學院為歡迎2013/2014學年新生,繼8月23日舉行了隆重的開學典禮後,還舉辦了一系列迎新活動。其中9月7日舉行的迎新會以輕鬆互動的方式為新生打開四年高等院校學習生活之門,透過學生社團的表演和推介,讓“新鮮人”感受屬於理工學生的校園文化。李向玉院長在活動上代表學院歡迎新生加入理工大家庭,並鼓勵新生勤於思考,勇於挑戰,服務社會,貢獻祖國,成爲棟梁之材。

數百名理工“新鮮人”在迎新會上穿上理工學生專為迎新活動設計的T恤,與學長學姐們一同演示代表理工簡稱“MPI”的動作及口號,場面喜悅熱鬧。學長學姐們以歌舞表演、話劇及遊戲,向“新鮮人”呈現了多姿多采的理工校園生活。“新鮮人”還於同日下午參加了“校園方位大作戰”活動,通過緊張刺激的校園定向遊戲,“新鮮人”對理工校園方位及各項服務設施有了更深的了解。來自理工不同學系的“新鮮人”及學長學姐們在活動中開始了彼此間的溝通互動。

主辦迎新活動的學生事務處表示,除了迎新會及校園方位大作戰外,迎新系列活動還包括生涯規劃專題講座及品格教育專題講座等,冀通過豐富多彩的迎新活動,增強新生對理工的歸屬感,為同學們的學習及發展奠定基礎。

An Orientation Camp was held on 7th September at the beginning of 2013/2014 academic year to welcome MPI freshmen. The purpose of the Orientation Camp is to introduce freshmen to campus life at MPI and to develop their sense of being part of the Institute’s community. President Prof. Lei Heong Iok represented the Institute in welcoming all freshmen who were joining the MPI family. He encouraged all freshmen to persevere with their studies, establish good morals, grasp every opportunity and contribute to society and the country.

During the Orientation Camp MPI leaders, academic and administrative staff, hundreds of freshmen and their seniors wore orientation T-shirts and recited the “MPI”motto and values together. Representatives of the Student Union, the Dragon Boat Team, the Debating Teams and MPI-Bell Centre of English introduced various campus activities, whilst there were also interactive games, drama, dancing and singing performances. All the participants enjoyed the happy event.

A “Campus Hunt” activity was also held in the afternoon, in which freshmen were formed into groups and had to complete different designated tasks, including looking for particular objects or locations, taking photos and completing designated actions. Through these activities freshmen were able to become familiar with the campus facilities and services.

The Student Affairs Office which organized the event indicated that through this series of welcoming and campus life activities freshmen could gain a better understanding of MPI and this would thereby enhance the students’ whole person development in the future.