|Student Case Competitions|
Since 2007, the Solvay Brussels School of Economics & Management proudly organises its annual real-life business competition, with 400 participants selected from over 1600 applicants from all around the world, making it the largest business game in Europe.
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Peak Time is the largest international business student competition in Eastern Europe involving participants from all over the world organized by the 19th best business school in Europe – Stockholm School of Economics in Riga (the Financial Times ranking, 2011). The idea of Peak Time dates back to 1999.
Peak Time is the closest to business one can get in a competition. The international community of the competition promotes cultural integration and gives the participants an opportunity to expand their networks and exchange ideas with the most talented students. Peak Time 2011 gathered more than 1500 creative and entrepreneurial students from 202 universities, 70 countries, 6 continents.
The aim of Peak Time 2012 is to challenge talented and energetic young people with complex corporation problems by testing them with a set of various tools – business simulation (Cesim), case studies, guest lectures, etc. Peak Time 2012 is the place where businesses and students meet face to face providing an adequate assessment for everyone – students, universities and companies.
This world class competition highlights the strategic challenges and managerial dilemmas faced by global business leaders. Competing teams from premier business schools work under pressure to solve a real business problem, using simulated business conditions such as time-critical deadlines and incomplete information, to formulate workable, action-oriented recommendations.
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Each of the 25 participating schools hosts an on-campus competition
A panel of academic advisors to the Aspen Institute reviews all written responses by the 25 first place on-campus teams.
After the first two rounds, the five finalist teams will present their ideas – through both their previously written submission for Round One as well as a newly created PowerPoint presentation – to a panel of esteemed judges including senior corporate executives.
The Hult Global Case Challenge is the world’s largest crowdsourcing platform for social good. A movement, that seeks to create a shift in the way the next generation think about social issues. In it’s third annual event, thousands of students competed across five cities and online, representing over 130 countries and six continents.
Through what has become the world’s largest crowd-sourcing initiative dedicated to solving global social challenges, the Hult Global Case Challenge seeks ideas and solutions from the world’s best and brightest future business leaders that will cause a step-change in the vicious global poverty cycle.
Location: IESE Business School, Barcelona, Spain
Teams: As a consultancy with European roots, Roland Berger appreciates diverse perspectives and personalities. The team representing your school at the Case Competition should be multinational and consist of four first-year MBA students. Fluency in English and a language spoken at another Roland Berger office is a prerequisite for all team members.
Your school's Consulting Club will be responsible for selecting the participants (preferably based on a preliminary internal case competition) and submitting their names and CVs to the IESE Organizing Committee.
Expenses: Teams will be responsible for their own travel arrangements to Barcelona. Roland Berger will then cover all expenses related to each team's stay while in Barcelona, i.e. accommodation (Sansi Hotel, Barcelona), meals, and local transportation.
This could be the opportunity you’ve been waiting for. KPMG’s International Case Competition is a chance to experience the fast-paced world of casework, meet new people and travel to places you may never have been before. If you get to the top of your national case competition, you’ll find yourself on your way toHong Kongon an all-expenses-paid trip to the international final. There, you’ll have the chance to network with your peers from around the world as you compete for the global title.
Our International Case Competition gives you and three teammates the chance to work on tough business problems. For each business problem you are presented, you will be given three hours to solve a challenge that mirrors the sort of work our teams do here at KPMG. It’ll be a test of your ability to work with real problems and come up with interesting solutions. It’s also a unique platform to showcase agile thinking and prove that you’re ready to embark on a successful career.
The CIBER Case Challenge brings teams of four from around the world to compete in analyzing and presenting an international business case to judges. The CIBER Case Challenge offers an excellent opportunity for students to gain exposure to international business issues as well as to meet business students from around the globe. There are social events, such as the annual t-shirt exchange, in addition to the competition.
John Molson Undergraduate Case Competition
The John Molson Undergraduate Case Competition (JMUCC) is an annual event organized by a team of students from the John Molson School of Business at Concordia University. Formerly known as the Undergraduate National Case Competition (UNCC), this week-long event challenges twenty-four teams from internationally renowned business schools to put their creative and analytical skills to the test.
Throughout the course of the competition, each team will be required to apply the knowledge and skills they have acquired in the classroom towards solving actual business cases. Once the analysis is completed, each team will present their recommendations, as well as a detailed plan of action to a panel of corporate executives who will evaluate the students’ presentations.
In addition, participants will have the opportunity to discover Montreal, one of North America’s largest and most cosmopolitan business centers. They will also be given the chance to interact with industry professionals and sponsoring organizations during event lunches, cocktails and banquets.
By bringing together some of the brightest and most promising undergraduate business students, we hope to build long-lasting relationships between the future leaders of tomorrow!
To prepare undergraduate business students to become leaders in a globally interdependent, culturally diverse and rapidly changing economic environment by promoting strategic thinking, innovative problem-solving and sound decision-making.
The Case Method Group is a unique Case Study program which brings high-potential students and top business professionals together to analyze and solve real life business situations in the form of case sessions, guest-speaker events and case competitions.
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2012 marked the twenty third year of the International Case Competition (ICC) at the Ivey Business School. This year, we are pleased to welcome back our main sponsor and partner, Scotiabank. Scotiabank shares our vision of joining international students together to learn from each other. Indeed, the ICC exists to benefit its participants, but its reason for existence is to expose Ivey students to future business leaders around the world.
Over the course of the competition, all students will have an unparalleled chance to be exposed to different cultures and truly open a world of opportunity. The competition was initiated by Professor Ken Hardy, named in honor of Harold Crookell.
During the competition the Ivey Business School dedicates itself and its undergraduate Honors Business Administration students to continuing the tradition of creating leaders that think globally by integrating the curriculum with the competition. This one of a kind event explores the diverse perspectives of a global marketplace and the challenges faced by the participants in an international competition. This competition is organized and managed mainly by Ivey students and the competition consistently attracts teams from the best schools from all over the world including Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Singapore Management University, Copenhagen Business School, Instituto Tecnologico Autonomo de Mexico, Thammasat University, Warsaw School of Economics, Fundacao Getuilo Vargas, Munster School of Business and Economics, Corvinus University, University of Otago, Shantou University, ESADE and more.
Creative Shock is an annual international social business case competition for students which first took place in 2011. Participants every year are gathered to solve real life business, marketing and PR problems for social enterprises and organizations. The best five teams will reach the finals, which will be held at ISM University of Management and Economics in Vilnius on the 3-6th of December. These teams will have only one night to solve the final case study and compete with each other for 1500 EUR and round-trip tickets established by Turkish Airlines.
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