Citi International Case Competition in Hong Kong

Each year, the Sauder School participates in a number of case competitions around the world.

This fall Sauder invites you to apply to represent the Sauder School of Business at the 2013 Citi International Case Competition (CICC) in Hong Kong, October 27 to November 1, 2013.

Hosted by the Hong Kong University of Science & Technology, this competition attracts 18 business schools from around the world to analyze an interdisciplinary business problem for a company based in Hong Kong. Each team of four will have a 24-hour preparation period, followed by a presentation to a panel of judges consisting of prominent industry and academic professionals.

Student Qualifications

– Available to travel to Hong Kong for the competition from October 27th to November 1st, 2013

– Available and committed to spend 60 hours on training (6 case sessions)-Previous case experience or applicable experience is an asset

Competition Funding

CICC participants will receive subsidies covering up to two-thirds of reasonable travel costs and accommodations from the Dean’s Office and the CUS.

Application Requirements

Each application must include the following three items:

-Resume

– A five slide presentation deck explaining why you want to participate, your experiences and the specific areas of expertise you provide (e.g., strategic management, financial analysis, human resources, HR management, financial management, financial modeling, marketing strategy, market research, operations and logistics, international business, etc.)

– Transcript (unofficial copies acceptable; course names must be provided in addition to course numbers)

Application Deadline

Please submit all three elements of your individual application by email to Ben Cappellacci, CICC@bencappellacci.com by the deadline of noon on Wednesday, September 11th. The application should be in a single PDF attachment if possible.

Selection Process

Shortlisted will be contacted to coordinate interviews which will be held the evening of Thursday, September 12th from 6:00pm onwards on campus.