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A-Team Programme

A-Team Student Development Programme

The A-Team Student Development Programme is designed for elite full-time business students. It develops their talents and potential through a series of workshops, seminars and training sessions. Students are offered with valuable mentoring and skill enhancement opportunities, providing them with a distinct competitive edge in the ever-changing business world. Through this programme, the School nurtures a tight-knit group of elite students and coaches them to become future business leaders.


A Team   


 A Team



Activities in 3 Major Categories:
Category 1: Integrated Skills Enhancement Programme


This programme develops students into aspiring leaders. It includes a series of workshops on leadership skills, interpersonal skills, social etiquette, image building and personal grooming. Students establish connections with seasoned business professionals as their mentors. From them, students obtain guidance and advice on study, career planning and personal enhancement.


Professional Mentorship

A Team


Leadership Enhancement Programme
Leadership Enhancement Programme  
Leadership and Entrepreneurial Development Programme
(in collaboration with Dale Carnegie Training)
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Category 2: Reaching out to the Community


This programme engages students in volunteers training workshops and community-related activities. It provides them with opportunities to reach out to the community. It also strengthens their abilities to connect and contribute locally and globally.


Citi-HKCSS Community Intern Programme



ACCA Community Day  
ACCA Community Day  


Social Enterprise Related Programme
Social Enterprise
Category 3: Transcending via Competitive Challenges

The programme also provides all-round training to students to enhance their skills and prepare them for the challenges of the dynamic business world. These skills, for example, report writing and presentation skills, are essential for their future career. Through the programme, students develop their innovative and entrepreneurship ideas and put what they have learnt into practice by engaging in external business-related competitions.

 Presentation Skills Training
Presentation Skills Training
Master of Ceremony Training    
master of ceremony training          
Case Analysis Training
Case Analysis Training
Experience Sharing by A-Team Member
SIT King Nam Nicole (Accounting Year 2 student)
Nicole Sit

As a student of the A-Team student development programme, the School encourages us not only to focus on our academic studies, but to take opportunities to learn more outside the classroom. In my first term of my second year, I joined five different competitions. In the QP Case Analysis Competition and the ACCA Hong Kong Business Competition, I got many opportunities to learn more about the business industry and how others solve business-related issues.


Apart from academic case competitions, I also joined Hong Kong Federation of Business Students (HKFBS) which is the only organization in Hong Kong that helps organize activities that encourage the development of all business students in Hong Kong. This experience gave me an opportunity to work with other business undergraduate students of other local universities.


The School nominated me for a summer internship in one of the big four accounting firms, PwC this year. During this three-month internship, I gained a lot of insight into the business world and also the accounting industry, which strengthened my determination in my future career in the accounting field. My internship experience in the Assurance Practice has definitely helped me build up my understanding of the business.


If it was not from the continuous encouragement of the A-Team teachers, I wouldn’t have the confidence and determination to try out different things. The programme definitely pushed me and prepared me to be a stronger and more goal-oriented person.


Maintained by: Lee Shau Kee School of Business & Administration ( ba@ouhk.edu.hk )
Modified Date: Oct 25, 2018