News archive - Event Announcement: Balkan Case Challenge 2007

Exceptional students from the Balkans are invited to participate in the "Balkan Case Challenge 2007 Student Case Competition" which takes place in Vienna, Austria on May 20-25, 2007. It is organised by WUS Austria in cooperation with international companies who participate also in the "Career Day South-Eastern Europe", a job fair.

WUS Austria invites exceptional students from Albania, Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, FYR Macedonia, Kosovo UNMIK, Moldova, Montenegro, Romania, Serbia and Slovenia, who study law, economics, political sciences, international relations, information technologies or related disciplines to take part at the at the Balkan Case Challenge 2007 Student Case Competition:

Students participate in one of the four different case competitions:

  • Business Case Competition (BIZ) offers a real Business Case Study for students of business, economics, management and marketing
  • Law Moot Court (LMC), a simulation of the International Court of Justice for law students
  • Model United Nations (MUN), a simulation of the UN Security Council Session for students of political sciences and other students interested in international relations, diplomacy and related fields
  • Information Communication Technologies (ICT) Case Competition presents a real ICT Case study and addresses therefore students from information technologies or related fields

The BCC 2007 in Vienna consists of two parts:

  1. The Case Study Competition (May 20th- May 23rd)
  2. The Job Fair “Career Day South-Eastern Europe” (May 24th)

The organizers will make every effort to cover all travel and accommodation costs with full board.

Who can apply?

  • Students of the above mentioned or related disciplines, graduates and post-graduates from all state and private institutions of higher education with excellent skills and academic performances.
  • Students with excellent English skills (the competition will be conducted entirely in English)
  • Students below 28 years of age at the time of applying (with an increase for female applicants with children: 3 years/child)
  • Students expecting to complete their studies within maximum 2 years from the moment of application.

Participants from Albania, Austria, Bulgaria, Croatia, FYR Macedonia, Moldova, Romania and Slovenia apply directly for the finals of the BCC in Vienna, whereas the participants from Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo UNMIK, Montenegro and Serbia qualify through the respective sub competitions.

Application deadline for the finals in Vienna is March 1st, 2007.

Fur further information visit the website

Source: WUS Austria, Heinrichstr. 39, 8010 Graz, Austria

Entry created by Elke Dall on January 16, 2007
Modified on January 17, 2007