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Are you interested in working with students from all over the world? Have you ever wondered how you can develop the skills necessary to succeed in the new post-pandemic workplace environment?

 

We are now inviting applications for the Spring 2022 session of the Virtual Business Professional (VBP) Project offered by the Marshall School of Business at the University of Southern California (USC).

 
Project Details:

The Project is designed to offer undergraduate students an opportunity to collaborate and work in a virtual setting with students from all over the world, to develop cultural competencies, collaboration and leadership skills in Global Virtual Teams, and work with new AI technologies – all high on the list of skills in the new post-pandemic workplace environment. Students from different schools are placed in teams of 5-6 people to work on a consulting project. The top three projects are submitted to sponsor companies to select the winning team. Past companies included Amazon, Audi, Google, Space-X and Star-bucks. This Project will offer you excellent exposure to collaborate with students from diversified backgrounds and cultures, and certainly will give your CV a competitive edge!

 

For more information about the Project, please refer to the project website.

 

Project Dates:

February 21 to April 11, 2022

 

Eligibility:

All Year-2 or above Business School Undergraduate Students in 2021-22

 

Application:

Interested students please put in an application via the LINK.

 

Deadline: 12:00 noon, January 24, 2022 (Monday).

 

Late and incomplete applications will NOT be accepted in all circumstances.

 

Selection:

Students will be selected based on the motivation essay and video clip submitted.

 

Refundable Deposit:

​Selected students must pay the HKU Business School a refundable deposit of HK$2,000 upon acceptance of the offer. For deposit refund, students are expected to (i) attend all virtual meetings, briefing and presentation sessions arranged, and (ii) to complete the consulting project and reflection report. 

 

Enquiry:

Please contact Mr. Rodger So at email: fbe.ugenrichment@hku.hk or phone: (852) 3917 5343.