BCom Case Competition

Overview

Please note that BCom Case Competition will not be run in 2016 due to our hosting of the Australian Undergraduate Business Case Competition this year. 

The BComp is a campus based competition designed to complement the international case competition program, providing a greater number of students the opportunity to participate and develop case competition skills.

'BComp' offers an opportunity for you to test your business case solving skills, receive training from and network with corporate sponsors and get hands-on experience as a management consultant.

For more information on the 2015 BCom Case Competition and information sessions follow us on Facebook.

Program Flyer

Who can apply?

Students enrolled in the BCom, 2nd year and above, including Hons.

How do I apply?

Applications are now closed.

Application dates

Applications open 27th Jul 2015 and close 10th Aug 2015.

Important dates

Thursday 13th August: Case Workshop for all registered participants. 6:15pm, Copland Theatre

Wednesday 19th August: First Case submission. 9am sharp!

Friday 28th August: SPP Crack The Case Workshop for top 15 teams. 6pm - 8:30pm.

Monday 31st August: Case Competition Day. 1pm until 8:30pm. Everyone is welcome to watch the presentations throughout the day.

2014 Video

If you're not too sure what a case competition is all about, check out our video from 2014:

Competition Rules and Structure

Make sure you understand how the competition works by reading through the below Rules and Structure document. If you have any questions, the answer is likely to be detailed in there.

Competition Rules and Structure

Note that by submitting your slides for the preliminary round, you are agreeing to the rules outlined in the above document. The 15 teams selected to go through to Case Day will be asked to sign their agreement to the Competition Rules.

Who is this for?

Undergraduate students

Contact

If you have any further questions about this program please contact us.

BCom Case Comp Committee
bcom-case-comp@unimelb.edu.au