SBA Virtual Case Competition to draw international teams
By Carin Inglis, media relations intern
This year, Oakland University’s School of Business Administration is hosting a virtual International Case Competition, with a guest list of more than 200 schools worldwide.
The competition is open to full-time undergraduate business students with junior or senior standing at the university they represent. Teams must consist of four students from each university. Applications must be submitted online by Thursday, Feb. 21, and registration will be accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis.
The competition will have three rounds. The initial case for round one will be distributed to teams by Thursday, Feb. 28. Students will analyze the case and submit a video presentation, written presentation and a written summary by Monday, March 18. Teams will virtually present their analysis and solution to the judges’ panel. For more information on presentation requirements, visit the website.
The top 12 teams will be chosen by Monday, April 1, and will compete in the second round on Saturday, May 4. Teams will have 48 hours to prepare for a live feed presentation.
Each team will have 20 minutes to present, followed by 15 minutes for questions and answers. The top three teams will have 12 hours to revise their presentations before the final round on Sunday, May 5. Each member of the winning team will receive an Apple iPad and an award plaque.
For more information on the competition and for a list of dates, visit the ICC webpage.
Oakland University’s School of Business Administration is hosting a virtual International Case Competition, with a guest list of more than 200 schools worldwide.
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