Take part in global business case competitions
As a current student, you can take part in global business case competitions during your time at university.
Global business case competitions can help you to:
- develop key business skills
- gain international experience
- significantly enhance your CV.
Many business case competitions are sponsored by large multi-national corporations who source a high number of their future graduate employees from them.
Competing also gives you an excellent chance to prove yourself to prospective employers, through networking and alternative channels, which is another great way to get involved with a company and gain employment.
Teams who enter case competitions must consider nominating a team coach and can approach academic staff from the start of each semester. Teams should also notify their mobility coordinator about their participation in a global case competition.
Competitions by month
Below is a list of global competitions, grouped under the month in which the finals occur:
To be confirmed
- Auckland Business School (New Zealand)
- Heavener School of Business (USA, Florida)
- John Molson School of Business (Canada, Montreal)
- Copenhagen Business School (Denmark)
- BI Case Competition (Norway, Oslo)
- Marshall International Case Competition USC (USA, California)
- Maastricht (Belgium)
- Belgrade Business Case Competition (Belgrade, Serbia)
- Harvard Case Competition (USA, Boston)
- Global Business Case Competition UW (USA, Seattle)
- CIBCC (Thailand)
June - July
- No competitions
- SDS International Business Case Competition (New Zealand, Queenstown)
- National University Singapore (Singapore)
- Thammasat University Business Case Competition (Thailand, Bangkok)
- Citi HKUST (Hong Kong)
- GBCC Japan (Japan)
- IBM Universities Business Challenge (London, UK)
- Australian Universities Business Case Competition (Sydney, Australia)
- Edinburgh Business Weekend (Edinburgh, UK)
- NHH International Case Competition (Bergen, Norway)
- To be confirmed