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15 November 2019

The 2019 Australian Undergraduate Business Case Competition (AUBCC) will be hosted by the QUT Business School from 18 - 22 November 2019, with 16 universities from 11 countries participating.

Over five days students will tackle three real business cases in a competitive environment, working in teams of four. Teams will be judged on their analysis and strategies to a real business challenge and their ability to pitch a full business solution to a panel of business leaders. In previous years, teams have created solutions for include PayPal, The Smith Family, Australia Post, Telstra and Royal Flying Doctor Service.

The AUBCC is a highly regarded and established business competition on the international circuit. Joining the QUT home team at QUT Gardens Point campus are teams from:

The competition is a joint initiative between QUT Business School and UNSW Business School, and is now considered to be one of the top 10 international competitions for bachelor-level business students across the globe. This year’s participants are sure to deliver an excellent showcase of what the best undergraduate students are able to achieve.

The final presentations will be held on Friday 22 November from 1 – 3 pm at Kindler Theatre, P Block, QUT Gardens Point campus. To follow the progress, you can watch the competition via this live stream link.

The QUT Business School international case competition group has had great success in international competitions since starting to participate 11 years ago. In 2019, QUT Business School teams placed first at the New Zealand Global Innovation and Entrepreneurship Challenge, and second at the University of Navarra International Case Competition.

As a business school, we’re committed to the business case competition as an immersive learning approach for students. The competition experiences give our students a different view of business analysis and solutions as well as exposure to an international network of business students from some of the world’s leading business schools.

The QUT Business School also hosts BlueShift, a business case competition for high school students which has recently started to attract international teams. BlueShift started in 2014 and has had more than 145 teams compete from across Australia and around the world.

At postgraduate level, QUT Business School hosts the Global Business Challenge for in collaboration with the University of Queensland and Griffith University.

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