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KPMG International Case Competition 2015

KICC is the largest, cross-border and most recognized case competition among the Big Four.

6 March 2015 - 17 April 2015, 00:00AM - 9:00PM, CET

The successful and very intense finals of KPMG International Case Competition took place on Thursday, 12 March at KPMG. Here, we could happily announce the Danish winners of KICC 2015. Congratulations to the talented and excited team from CBS consisting of Nina Fisker Olesen, Morten Lindholm Jessen, Malene Buur and Mikkel Grønbæk Mathiassen (not in the picture). We are proud to have them representing KPMG in Denmark at the international finals in Dubai mid-April, where the team will compete for the prestigious title against their global peers.

What is KICC?
KICC is the largest, cross-border and most recognized case competition among the Big Four. Last year, 16,000 students from 440 universities across 23 countries competed in Sao Paulo. In Denmark, KICC takes place for the 4th time – last time the Danish team was runner up in the finals in Madrid so we have high expectations of the wining team.    



  • Now until 16 Feb 2015, 9:00 am
    Applications submissions & deadline 
  • 17 Feb 2015
    Announcement of the participating teams
  • 6 March 2015
    Preliminary round: 8 teams will have 3 hours to analyse a business case and deliver a presentation based on their findings to a judge panel. Selected team will advance to the Danish final.
  • 12 March 2015
    Danish final: Selected teams will have 3 hours to analyze a business case study and present their findings to our judge panel - 1 team wins the chance to go to the international final in Dubai. 
  • 12 - 17 April 2015
    The winning team is competing at the international final, Dubai, UAE.   


What are the application criteria?

  • All applications should be made in teams of 4 students
  • All team members should be Master-level students or final year Bachelor students at a Danish University (CBS, ASB, KU)
  • Minimum 2 team members should be studying a finance related MSc or BSc program
  • The teams academic knowledge should cover: Finance/economics, strategy and marketingAll team members need advanced Danish and English language skills


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