The following procedure is used to determine eligibility for the University of Auckland Champions Trophy Case Competition:
The winning teams from the 12 competitions listed below will be invited first and are guaranteed invitations:
|February||Champions Trophy Case Competition, University of Auckland, New Zealand|
|February||Heavener International Case Competition, University of Florida, USA|
|February||John Molson Undergraduate Case Competition, Concordia University, Canada|
|February||CBS Case Competition, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark|
|March||McGill Management International Case Competition, McGill University, Canada|
|March||Sauder Summit Global Case Competition, University of British Columbia, Canada|
|April||International Case Competition @ Maastricht, Maastricht University, The Netherlands|
|April||Belgrade Business International Case Competition, University of Belgrade, Serbia|
|September||UOB – NUS Case Competition, National University of Singapore, Singapore|
|October||Thammasat Undergraduate Business Challenge, Thammasat Business School, Thailand|
|October||Citi- HKUST International Case Competition, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong|
|December||Australian Universities Business Case Competition, Sydney University, Australia|
In the event of vacancies, winning teams from other competitions and successful teams from the above competitions will be considered.
The invitation cycle is from January-December each year and winning teams will be invited as each competition takes place in the calendar year.
Final confirmation of the last invitation will not take place until the winner of AUBCC is announced.
We have compiled a list of results from past international case competitions here.