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Case Competition for NSU Students

What is a Case Competition?

A case competition starts with the presentation a “problem” fictitious or real from an employer or campus partner. The case is usually presented as a short story or case with accompanying data to illustrate key aspects of the situation. A student or team are asked to identify how they would solve the problem and present their solution to a panel of judges, who evaluate the analysis and the effectiveness of the presentation.

Why participate in Case Competitions?

Case competitions provide an avenue to show employers or campus partner the value you can add to their organization. You will be using classroom stills/knowledge to provide solutions to “real world scenarios”. This is a great selling point on your resume and an ideal avenue to apply the skills needed in your industry.

How do Case Competitions work?

Each of these cases challenges had a student create solutions and then be presented to a panel of judges including representatives from the individual company, campus partners and NSU faculty.

What do I get for participating?

Each competition will have incentives for the winners and participants. Each employer or campus partner is required to provide a prize for the winning team (e.g., scholarships, gift cards etc.) Each student will receive one ExEL unit credit for the completion of a case competition. Meet with your Career Advisor to learn more about this amazing opportunity and steps needed to receive ExEL credit.

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