Master Case Challenge
A big part of The Master Introduction Week is the annual Master Case Challenge. During the Master Case Challenge, new master students will be invited to solve a business case from one of our seven partners.
Each study line will be divided into smaller teams in which the students can concentrate on a specific and study relevant case while competing against other teams. The goal with the Master Case Challenge is to get an insight into the academic and professional environment at Aarhus BSS, while also being a great opportunity for the individual to get to know their fellow students.
After the case-solving, our partners will select the best solutions during the evening and present their finalists. These finalists will be asked to present their solutions for the companies the day after. Later this day the winner of each case will be presented on stage by the respective company. For the winners of all seven cases, a unique opportunity to network and gain deeper insight to the seven partners will be granted.
Below you can see which case company each study line will be working on during the Master Introduction Week. In the menu to the left, you can see a brief presentation of the participating companies.
We are looking very much forward to the Master Case Challenge 2022
Cecilie Gedsted Hansen & Julia Rosenmeyer
We proudly present this year’s partners for the Master Case Challenge 2022:
Cand.merc. Strategic Communication
Cand.merc. Commercial and Retail Management
Cand.merc. Business-to-Business Marketing & Purchasing
Cand.it. IT, Kommunikation og Organisation
Cand.merc. Business Intelligence
Cand.merc.it. Information Management
Cand.merc. International Economic Consulting
Cand.merc. International Business
Cand.merc. Innovation Management, and Business Development
Cand.merc. Strategy, Organization and Leadership
Cand.soc Business Psychology
Cand.merc. Finance and International Business
Implement Consulting Group
Cand.merc. Operations and Supply Chain Analytics
Cand.merc. Management Accounting and Control