International Case Competitions

Compete in an overseas case competition and test your business skills against the world’s best.

The Faculty of Business and Economics is proud to have competed in International Case Competitions (ICC) with leading universities around the globe for more than two decades.

Participants attend a series of workshops and participate in practice cases, developing consulting and presentation skills. Students are then sponsored to travel and compete in business case competitions at top universities around the world.

The ICC program is strongly supported by ICC alumni from leading consulting firms and investment banks. Senior FBE academics and alumni deliver practical workshops, judge practice cases and mentor you through the process. At the conclusion of the program, students become part of the ICC alumni network.

In 2022, due to COVID-19 travel restrictions, participants competed in virtual case competitions.

Group photo
Social Night with ICC Cohort (L-R): Jacqui Liow, Chloe Lau, Samuel Roussos, Angus Kennedy, Oscar To, Janice Gu

The journey began with an extensive training schedule that saw the cohort learn invaluable skills ranging from financial modelling to strategy development and slide deck creation. With a proud history spanning more than two decades, the ICC program boasts an alumni network of more than 200 past students working all around the globe, who were called upon, along with academics and industry representatives, to deliver rich and insightful training sessions.

Read more about Samuel Roussos and Chelsea Gardner's reflections on the International Case Competition (ICC).

Samuel and Chelsea's ICC experience

Who can apply?

To be eligible to apply, you must:

  • be a current BCom student; and
  • have completed at least 75 credit points by the end of 2022; and
  • have at least 25 credit points remaining in your degree (including Honours) in Semester 1, 2023.

Key dates

If you are shortlisted or selected to compete in the International Case Competition training program, you must be available for an interview, orientation and the intensive training program delivered during the summer vacation period.

Applications  openTo be confirmed
Applications closeTo be confirmed
InterviewsTo be confirmed
Orientation dayTo be confirmed
Training days Commencing end of November 2022, for 3 months during the summer vacation period.
ICC training typically runs on Wednesday evenings (from 6pm) and weekends

How do I apply?

You will need to complete an application form and provide the following:

  1. Your resume - the file name should be: FamilyName_FirstName_StudentID_resume.pdf
  2. A current photo (face) - the file name should be: FamilyName_FirstName_StudentID_photo.jpeg
  3. A statement of your results from my.unimelb - the file name should be: FamilyName_FirstName_StudentID_results.pdf
  4. Responses to two short questions:
    • Why is participation in ICC important to you? [250 words max]
    • What is the strongest technical skill and the strongest soft skill you will bring to an ICC team?  Explain why you believe these are your strengths. [250 words max]

Selection process

  1. Applications will be assessed by a panel of academics and ICC alumni.
  2. Results of the selection round will be communicated via email.
  3. Interviews will be conducted. You must be available all day, as interview times will be randomly allocated.
  4. Outcomes for the ICC program will be communicated via email.

Costs and payments

Participation in the ICC training program is free for all selected students. The Faculty of Business and Economics will pay for flights and accommodation expenses related to competitions (subject to COVID-19 travel restrictions).

Apply now

Applications for the 2023 program will open in September. Please check your BCom newsletter for updates.

Contact us

If you have any questions about ICC please send an email to