We believe in creating a sense of community, learning to mentor and live with one another, as well as setting up and honouring codes of conduct go with strong learning support and pastoral care.
All this should enable learning and living to enrich one another as they face the challenges of living in a highly multi-cultural environment. The culture will be of mutual support rather than cut-throat competition, age-ranked hierarchies or cliques. Co-curricular activities will include, for example, sport and artistic expression. To provide ethical roots in the region, students, faculty and staff will together serve local communities.