The University of Macau (UM) implements a residential college (RC) system on the new campus. Under this system, UM adopts a curriculum based approach to provide undergraduate students with experiential residential learning. Core capability indices and an evaluation system are in place to make sure students meet the requirements of community and peer education by the time they graduate. UM adopts a “4-in-1” model for undergraduate education. This model has four components, namely discipline-specific education, general education, research and internship education, as well as community and peer education. The objective of this model of education is to nurture self-reflective, caring, and  socially responsible individuals who can grow in a challenging and multicultural environment. This is UM’s general educational requirements for its students. As an important vehicle for carrying out community and peer education, the RCs also have their core educational objective, which is to help students meet the requirements in the five Areas of Competencies—Healthy Living, Interpersonal Relation and Teamwork, Leadership and Service, Cultural Engagement, and Citizenship with Global Perspectives—through systematic planning of all courses, programmes, and activities. RC students must meet educational requirements at three levels, the university’s general requirements for RC education, the specific requirements of each RC, and the students’ individual goals for personal development.