What do students do when not studying? Tell us about the social and sports life. Aside from academic life, LRJJ students are keen on various sports activities. There are tons of sports activities students can participate, including the ever-popular basketball, baseball, football volleyball, table-tennis, and softball, and not forget some non-mainstream sports such as cricket, skiing, kickboxing, yoga, and Zumba. They even have their sports teams and coaches. LRJJ's sports teams are not only exercising for the sake of exercise itself but also held various training and local (plus rare chances for national-level) competitions. Lately, I've visited their website and have seen how enormously LRJJ has grown. In 2015, LRJJ was so sport-centered so that it hardly recognize the social life. As for now, there are some language clubs and clubs that enable students to be open-minded about different culture's cultural systems, including Cultural Culinary Club and Language Exchange Corner. How is the academic life at this university/college? I didn't study at the college, but, I've attended Les Roches Jin Jiang International Hotel Management College (LRJJ)'s presentations on last year about LRJJ's student life in general, academic, and also students' most favorite social and sports life. Through asking questions, I get more information about LRJJ. Moreover, I also have received information about LRJJ on their official website and through some conversations with their alumni as well. LRJJ's academic life is filled with real-world practices, which is interesting since Shanghai itself is one of the most strategical places to study hotel managements and etiquettes. Speaking of which, I have stayed at one of the oldest 4-star hotels in Jin Jiang, Shanghai, and have experienced its' excellent and remarkable services. Therefore, with its' practical-centered curriculum, I can say that LRJJ has offered the best of its' education life in Shanghai. In the first two semesters, students from all across LRJJ's faculties will learn about foundations in general management. The third and fifth semesters in LRJJ might be two of the most interesting semesters since it offers students to take an internship program in the world's best cities for hotel management services. The internship will be supervised by experienced and trained lecturers and tutors, not to forget that internship abroad will broaden students' knowledge about different social cultures and norms as well. What are the students like? International students' population has grown in LRJJ. In the past, there were 50:50 of international students versus local students' body. Based on the presentation (and LRJJ alumni as well), LRJJ international students' body now comprises about 60-65% of the population. It means that more people are attracted by LRJJ's top-notch education quality. On the other side, more international students mean more communications in English, the most global language. Not to forget, Chinese has also become as global as English, it means that LRJJ students are able to cope with internationally-recognized communities in hotel management. According to the representatives' presentation I've attended, students are prone to live on campus. Living inside campus enable the students to effectively manage their time so that hopefully, they won't miss the classes. There are colleges and apartments available for students, with bedroom and bathroom separated for male and female students. What is your overall opinion about this university/college? LRJJ might be a good place for any future students who want to start-up hospitality careers in Asia. By learning in a real-world setting, students will be able to apply their knowledge into a real-world practice. LRJJ is excellent not only for its diverse culture that permits a greater understanding of students' different cultures but also for its internship program, where students will have the chance to practice what they have learned with international people in the hotel management services. It is also a great place for undergraduate students who intend to further their studies in hotel management courses.