The Faculty of Business and Economics attends some of the best International Case Competitions in the world. We have sent students to dozens of exciting destinations for almost two decades, and next year it could be you!
Destinations for 2020 include Budapest, Gainsville, , Segovia, Montreal and Vancouver.
Read about previous student experiences in the FBE Newsroom.
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 2019; and
- Have at least 25 credit points remaining in your degree (including Honours) in Semester 1, 2020.
You MUST be available on Wednesday evenings and weekends for training from 24 November until the date of the competition that you are selected for.
How Do I Apply?
- Online applications open on Friday 30 August and must be submitted online by 11:59pm on Tuesday 24 September. An application form will be posted in the Apply Now section on the day.
- All applications will be assessed by a panel of academics and International Case Competition alumni.
- Results of the selection round will be communicated via email week commencing Tuesday 1 October.
- Interviews will take place on Friday 18 October. You must be available all day, as interview times will be randomly allocated.
Please note that you need only submit one application form to be considered for all competitions. If successful in your application and interview, you will be placed in a team designed for one specific competition/destination according to your team's strengths.
To complete your application, you will need to provide the following:
- Your resume - the file name should be: FamilyName_FirstName_StudentID_resume.pdf
- A current photo (face) - the file name should be: FamilyName_FirstName_StudentID_photo.jpeg
- A statement of your results from my.unimelb - the file name should be: FamilyName_FirstName_StudentID_results.pdf
- A two to three minute interview stream video response to the following questions (you must access the application form for specific details for this requirement)
(a) Why you would like to participate in the ICC program? (approx 30 seconds)
(b) What is the strongest technical skill you bring to ICC (e.g., financial analysis, strategy development) and why you believe this? (approx. 1 minute)
(c) What is the strongest soft skill you bring to ICC (e.g., public speaking, developing slide decks, team work, leadership, etc.) and why you believe this? (approx. 1 minute)
(d) If you’re successful in your ICC application, what is an area (this can be a technical or soft skill) that you feel you need further development in. (approx 30 seconds)
Note: If shortlisted or selected to compete in an International Case Competition, you must be available for the following period:
- Interview day - Friday 18 October
- Orientation Day - Saturday 23 November
- A three-month training program on Wednesdays (from 6pm), Saturdays and Sundays over the summer vacation, commencing on Sunday 24 November (except the University holiday period; 20 December - 3 January)
Costs & Payments
All accommodation for every competition is paid for by the Faculty of Business and Economics. Participating students also receive a bursary which covers the cost of flights and sundries.
Information sessions for ICC 2020 have now passed.
Applications for ICC 2020 have now closed. This program will run again in 2021.
If you have any questions about ICC 2020 please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.