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Enjoying a rewarding academic experience on campus goes hand in hand with the support we provide to students.

Creating an atmosphere that enhances each student’s academic experience and connection to GUtech is facilitated by the department of Registration and Student Affairs (RSA). RSA is committed to enable students to fully participate in a healthy active learning environment during students’ life on campus.

Campus life is intertwined in the cultural, educational, and social activities that take place on campus where students can live on campus, enjoy a meal, attend a relaxing event, study, play a variety of games, participate in student clubs and student advisory council, or just socialize with friends in the eateries and open spaces.


Living on Campus

GUtech students, local and international, can choose to live in student housing residences. On-campus residences cater to female students, while off-campus residences are dedicated for interns and male students. These are 5-minute walking distance from the main building of the university.

With over 640 beds, students can choose to live in:

  • En-suite fully furnished single rooms, with access to shared kitchenette.
  • En-suite fully furnished triple rooms, with access to shared kitchenette.
  • Self-catered triple apartments, with fully equipped kitchenette.
  • Quadruple rooms, with fully equipped kitchenette.

A range of services are offered to student housing residents:

  • Unlimited wireless internet connectivity.
  • Equipped kitchens (fridge, convection and grill, microwave, fridge).
  • A common laundry room equipped with heavy duty washing machines and dryers.
  • A shared common TV room in each building.
  • A study room in each building.
  • Unlimited maintenance services.
  • Scheduled cleaning services of common areas.
  • Weekly scheduled trips to nearby shopping malls.
  • 24/7 security.
  • In-house nurse.
  • Live-in supervisors.

Contact information:





GUtech students and alumni can enjoy the sports and recreational facilities that are available on campus. The facilities are open for individual and group activities and require registration with the university’s Sports Office.

The gym located on the ground floor of the main building includes dumbbells, thread machines, CrossFit equipment, yoga mats, jump ropes and more.

The sports hall is a multipurpose hall, located in the main building, hosts indoor team games from basketball to badminton.

Completed in 2021, the padel area creates a unique atmosphere on campus. Featuring 3 courts, it is open to students, staff and the community on prior booking.

The outdoor natural grass pitch is a great place for letting off stress and steam. Ramadan football tournaments take place on this pitch and attract a big crowd.

Table tennis, badminton, and chess is also popular on campus and different tournaments are being organised frequently.

Dining on campus – Eateries

There are two areas on campus, in the main building, where students can enjoy local meals and sandwiches. The ground floor canteen offers fresh meal options that suits different budgets.

Parking on Campus

Students may park their cars at no fee on campus in the students’ free of charge designated parking lots during normal working days and hours Sunday through Thursday, from 7am to 7pm. Parking a vehicle on campus is a privilege extended by the university to all students who own a car. This privilege may be revoked if a student seriously violates the university code of conduct.

Students wishing to park their cars after 7pm and during weekends must contact the student support team at for a special permit.

Gated and shaded parking lots are also available for students who want to secure the same parking space throughout the semester. This option is available at a fee. The cost varies depending on the distance from the main building. To register and pay for the gated and shaded parking lots, please visit the Campus Facility Team on the ground floor or send your request to

Student Clubs, Activities and Events

Looking to join a student club on campus? Want to amplify your education experience?

Joining different clubs in university can be the most rewarding experience. It allows you to pursue various interests and develop a strong skill set that can help you in your career.

Different types of student clubs are available on campus, with different interest and views. They are focused on:


  • Academics
  • Media
  • Community Service
  • Theatre and the Arts
  • Cultural
  • Environmental

Whatever your interest may be, joining a club in can open many doors that you may have never known that you had! Contact us at the department of Registration and Student Affairs to share with you the list of clubs or ask us for the steps to follow to set up your own club.

Your Voice on Campus

The Student Advisory Council (SAC) is the peak students’ representation at the University, with elected members from various faculties and batches. SAC provides students the ability to voice their concerns and to respond to their aspirations.

The SAC is the formal advisory group to the Rectorate of the University, with student leaders proactively engaging with the Rectorate members to positively impact the student experience.

Do you wish to learn more about the current SAC, feel free to write to SAC president at

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