Gain hands-on leadership and international experience through the Global Business Center’s
competitions for undergraduate and graduate students. Solve real-world problems, join a team,
network with business leaders, and collaborate with peers in an intense team environment. Challenge yourself and put your studies to practice. Find out more information on our global competition offerings by selecting the links below:
The Global Business Case Competition (GBCC) is an annual international case competition that brings together undergraduate university students from across the globe to compete in a fast-paced and challenging business case study.
In this twenty-four hour case competition, students work in cross-disciplinary teams to address a critical global health challenge.
The Russell Investments International Case Competition is an annual event in which teams of
undergraduate business students apply their knowledge and skills to a real-life international
This Foster School student organization trains students how to tackle a case competition.
BYU Business Language Case Competition
Each year the Foster School sends a Mandarin and a Spanish team to compete in the annual BYU
Business Language Case Competition at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah. This is an exciting opportunity for you to gain invaluable international business experience while fine tuning your analytical business skills and practicing your second language in a business
Eligible candidates must be Foster Business School students who have a high level of competency in Mandarin or Spanish, are non-native speakers, and have completed Finance 350.
The competition takes places from Wednesday, November 1, 2017 to Saturday, November 4, 2017 in Provo, Utah. All expenses are paid by the Global Business Center.
If you are interested in competing, please submit the following items by Tuesday, October 10th, 2017 to Nedda Soleymani at email@example.com or drop them off at the Global Business Center,
Mackenzie Hall 137:
- A short letter of interest indicating your particular strengths (what you believe them to be) relevant to a business language case competition
- Your resume
- An unofficial transcript