Aarhus Case Competition 2017

Aarhus Case Competition (ACC) is a week-long annual case competition exclusively for Nordic business students. Each year, nine distinctively selected teams consisting of top qualified business students from Denmark, Sweden, Norway and Finland are selected to participate and compete for the title as Nordic Champion in case solving.

 

ACC offers the opportunity to bridge the world of academia and business by fostering a link between theory and real-life cases. During the ACC week, you are challenged to develop your academic abilities and explore personal and professional achievements.

As a participant, you will gain valuable insight into consultancy and get a unique opportunity to obtain experience and learn how to solve real-life business cases.

 

Moreover, you will experience the possibility to acquire professional assessment and competent feedback on your case solutions and presentations by skilled professionals from our Case Company, Premium Partners and Digitalization Partner. During the week, there will be various opportunities to receive tools for case solving and improve competencies such as presentation techniques and teamwork abilities.

 

By engaging in ACC, participants will be challenged to progress further by developing valuable skills and expanding knowledge. Thus, the case competition can be added as a differentiator to your resume to signify willingness to learn and explore new challenges, which make you appear significantly distinct compared to fellow students.

 

In addition, ACC offers a unique opportunity to network with ambitious students from other Nordic countries with a common point of interest, as well as highly prominent professionals from diverse business fields. The various social events and interactive workshops, furthermore, represent a chance to socialize and enjoy an incredible week.

 

This years case competition will take place in week 13, 2017 in the charming city of Aarhus where all expenses including accommodation, food, flights are paid for the participating students.

After week 13 you will be able to define your unique skills and strengths that will help you stand out from the crowd, and might even act as a potential step towards future employment. The winners of ACC 2017 will, furthermore, acquire the acknowledged titles as Nordic Case Solving Champions and win attractive prizes.

 

Read more about ACC and apply here: www.aarhuscasecompetition.com

The sign-up opened February the 8th. The application deadline is February 23rd.

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