Case Competitions

A case competition is an event where contestants compete to create the best solution to a business case study within the rules and guidelines set out by the organizer. Cases may be designed for individuals or teams, and contestants may have to submit or present their work for judging by a panel. Judges typically use a rubric to grade participants, based on predefined criteria. Our Center is proud to be a part of an international community and the United States Department of Education designed Center for International Business Education (CIBE) network where Mays Business School is invited to competitions throughout each academic year.

GLOBAL CASE COMPETITION INFORMATIONAL

Thursday, November 18th at 5:30pm via Zoom

Wondering what to expect? Join the Center for International Business Studies for an informational about our upcoming Spring 2022 case competitions. You’ll hear from our team about expectations, the application process, and more! Bring your questions!


CompetitionDatesLocationEstimated CostCOVID-19 Vaccination Requirement*Application
BI International Business Case CompetitionFebruary 12-18, 2022Oslo, Norway$500 + Personal expensesTBDApply Here by November 23, 2021
International Business Ethics and Sustainability Case CompetitionApril 4-8, 2022Los Angeles, California$900 + Personal expensesTBDApply Here by November 23, 2021
Central European Case CompetitonApril 21-27, 2022Budapest, Hungary$1,600 + Personal expensesTBDApply Here by November 23, 2021
*The “COVID-19 Vaccination Requirement” column above indicates if the destination country and/or the competition host is requiring proof of vaccination.

PRIOR CASE COMPETITIONS

CompetitionDatesLocationAwardsParticipants
2021 NASBITEFebruary 12-18, 2022Virtual
2020 BI International Business Case CompetitionFebruary 8-13, 2020Oslo, NorwayTeam Spirit AwardDiego Contreras, Grant Griffith, Sandra Rafail, Ariana Straughan
2018 BI International Business Case CompetitionOslo, Norway
2017 BI International Business Case CompetitionOslo, NorwayClaire Clayton, Matthew Korioth, Aniket Patel, Abigail Roberts