To the Pioneers (Vietnam) for First Place and the Wolves of College Street (NSW) for Runner Ups!

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A Huge thanks to our Participating partners & Sponsors!

The Australian National University, Tiger Global management, crimson education, & ANU Commerce collective

   Teams Representing 7 Regions

   Teams Representing 7 Regions

       Hours to Crack the Case

       Hours to Crack the Case

    Qualified Mentors and Judges

    Qualified Mentors and Judges

AUD worth of Prizes and Awards

AUD worth of Prizes and Awards

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June     -   August

(Regional Round)                                                   (Global Finals)

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What is a Case Competition?

An opportunity to challenge your creativity and learn industry practices! 

You’ll receive a case study on a company’s situation, work in a team to identify and create a solution, and present in front of world-renowned experts.

Why Should I Enter?

Compete on the world stage with like-minded, talented and driven young students.

Develop essential skills in teamwork, business acumen, entrepreneurship and design thinking.

How Does it Work?

If you accept the challenge above, apply online today! 

You will compete against regional teams in the qualifying round. 

If you win, you will be invited to Australia for the global round. 

The Tiger Global Case Competition helped me to understand how to think critically and realistically in order to solve problems. I had no previous knowledge of business, however, the competition was a perfect way to get me started with thinking about business ideas and problems. The task itself was very interesting and it was satisfying to come up with some good ideas as a team. The case comp also was a great way to develop teamwork and time management so that we could deliver the best possible solution in the time frame that we had. I personally learned from the competition that teamwork comes down to individuals working independently for a significant amount of time with communication with each other, so that all the pieces of the presentation can fit together at the end.”
— Thomas, St Andrews College, Christchurch NZ


Find out about the competition, format and key dates.

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Ready to take the next step? Register now as an individual student, pair or team of 3-4 below. 

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