Case Competition 2011
Columbia Business School's Case Competition 2011 provides students an opportunity to distinguish themselves academically with faculty and industry professionals. The case is specifically chosen for its complexity, demanding a solution gleaned from a well-rounded and thorough understanding of business concepts taught in the core.
The first round will take place the weekend of July 8 - 11.
The final four teams will have the opportunity to present their analysis to a panel of high level executives and senior faculty. Past judges have included the Dean, a former member of McKinsey & Co.’s Office of the Managing Director, the former CEO of Dow Jones & Company, and a Managing Director of JP Morgan Private Bank.
The competition is open to second term MBA students. The winning team receives $2400; the second place team receives $1000, and the two remaining finalists receive $500 each, while the cluster with the most submissions wins $1000.
For more information go to the Case Competition page here.