2019 Case Competition Guidelines

Sponsored by KPMG

  • 4 students per team

  • Participants must be registered for the conference to participate in the competition

  • Students must be available to present their case on the day of the conference, Friday, March 22nd

  • Top 5 teams will present their deliverable within a 30 minute interval

  • Final presentation attire is business casual

  • To be eligible, students must complete this team registration form before the conference

Why Participate?

Show your talent

Exams and group assignments do not always capture students’ unique skills or accurately measure the ability to apply skills to real-world problems. In contrast, many case competitions are based on solving “real” cases and problems.

Connect with top employers

If you are skilled enough to get invited to the finals, you may have the chance to chat with members of senior management and impress them with your determination and passion in person.​

Build your résumé

If you are passionate about a subject that is outside your major, case competitions can also help show off additional strands of your knowledge and interests.

Challenge yourself

You’ll learn new things and develop new skills – and even if you don’t win, you can still show what you gained from the experience, and talk about this in job applications and interviews.

Michigan Undergraduate Consulting Conference

Presented by Nexecon Consulting Group

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