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Peer Assistants

About Learning Commons

The Learning Commons at HKBU AAB Level 4 and FSC Level 6 are two significant student amenities on campus that provide conducive learning environments to facilitate students' individual and collaborative learning.

We provide comprehensive services and a wide range of facilities to cater to the needs of students and staff, such as group study rooms, large seminar rooms, computers, and printing services.

AAB Learning Commons


Through an experiential learning model and a wide range of service opportunities for enrichment and development, the peer assistant can expect to:

  • Develop holistically in accordance with the university’s mission
  • Cultivate desired Graduate Attributes
  • Nurture a positive working attitude
  • Gain practical and engaging work experience
  • Receive training and coaching
  • Identify strengths and potential for future career

Peer Assistant Training Day


Hourly allowance / reimbursement: $50/hour

Working Hours

Rostered as per operational requirements


  • Daily operations and front-line engagements
    • Assisting in room booking service
    • Handling user inquiries
    • Resolving printing issues
    • Executing rules and regulations
    • Leading guided tours
    • Promoting and facilitating events
  • Service to the university community
  • Projects under the supervision and guidance of staff members
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Join Us If You Are

  • A HKBU Student
  • Willing to learn
  • Responsible and dedicated
  • Committed to serving the university community

Application Information

Please submit an online application form

We regret that only successful applicants will be notified and invited for an interview on a first-come, first-served basis.

2021-2022 Peer Assistants

Sharing from Former Peer Assistants

    It has been a nice experience working in Learning Commons as it was very different from my past working environment that I used to teach piano one-on-one at a music centre. My students and their parents are the only people I needed to cater to. However, Learning Commons allows me to interact with a lot of users from different backgrounds, including students, visitors, teachers and staffs from different departments. Working at Learning Commons is a distinctive learning-working experience. I learnt different communication ways of handling users’ enquiries and the importance of providing solutions to them. I have to be flexible and think independently while dealing with their questions. Overall, it was such a rewarding experience. I want to thank the staffs again for teaching, helping and caring me a lot throughout the programme.
  • POON Chun Yin (BIOL)
    Working in the Learning Commons is an interesting and crucial experience. As a peer assistant, I have worked for nearly two years and gained many clerical and communicative experiences. I am happy to handle new challenging tasks, such as facilitating the promotion work of the Learning Commons, providing ideas on amenities checking and furniture purchasing. Throughout the programme, I feel more confident on handling projects and solving enquires from supervisors or customers in my future workplace.

Related Key Sustainable Development Goals (SDG):

Quality Education Decent Work and Economic Growth

Tel: 3411-6485 / 3411-6480