Career Development Programme and Mentorship Programme



To promote the study of taxation and encourage the pursuit of tax profession, the Taxation Institute of Hong Kong (“The Institute”) is organising the Career Development Programme (“the Programme”) for the second year in 2022. The Programme consists of interviews and internship opportunities offered by the employers reviewed and approved by the Institute, which serves as a platform to connect industry professionals and aspiring young adults who would like to pursue a career in tax profession.

In 2022, the Institute will celebrate its 50 anniversary of establishment and we are pleased to launch the Mentorship Programme, as part of the Career Development Programme, to celebrate this remarkable milestone.   

Employers’ (mentors’) eligibility and roles

All eligible employers are welcomed to participate in the Programme. An eligible employer should:

  • be a TIHK Member with not less than 8 years of working experience;
  • provide a proof of employment in the event that a TIHK member’s employer would like to participate in the Programme;
  • has been established for not less than three years at the time of registration;
  • hold a valid Business Registration Certificate or other recognised registered certificate/license at the time of internship provision;
  • commit to nurturing future tax professionals and actively participate in the Programme’ activities; and
  • share your professional experience and provide valuable insight to mentees on their career planning and aspirations.

Students’ eligibility and roles

An eligible student should:

  • be a local or non-local* undergraduate student;
  • preferably in Year 2 or Year 3 major in Accountancy and Business;
  • commit to the Programme and actively participate in the Programme’s activities; and
  • be proactive in discussing your expectations and consulting with mentors.

*Non-local students should be subject to the conditions of stay of the visa/entry permit issued to them by the Immigration Department.  The Institute is not responsible for undertaking any procedure required to recruit a non-local student as a summer intern.  The hiring employer and the student intern should be responsible for the procedures.