Fancy your chances at winning an all-expenses paid trip to Lisbon with KPMG’s International Case Competition?

The 2017 event in Lisbon, is the ultimate opportunity to accelerate your awareness of global business while gaining a unique cultural experience.

KPMG’s International Case Competition is a chance to experience the fast-paced world of casework, meet new people and travel to places you may never have been before. If you win the UK final of the case competition, you’ll find yourself on an all-expenses-paid trip to the international final in Lisbon. There, you’ll have the chance to network with your peers from around the world as you compete for the global title.

Our International Case Competition gives you and three teammates the chance to work on tough business problems. For each business problem you are presented with, you will be given three hours to solve a challenge that mirrors the sort of work our teams do here at KPMG. It’ll test your ability to work on real client problems to come up with innovative and market driven solutions. It’s also a unique platform to showcase agile thinking and prove that you’re ready to embark on a successful business career.

How to apply

You don’t need to be studying a particular subject to take part, but you do have to have:

  • An interest in business
  • Strong leadership and task management skills
  • Composure under pressure
  • The ability to absorb a range of information quickly, think through ideas and present solutions
  • Your team must be composed of 2 Males and 2 Females
  • Finally, meet KPMG’s minimum academic requirements

Most of all, you must be prepared to challenge your own thinking and to encourage others to be their best. It takes flexibility and teamwork to come up with business solutions that are truly innovative and refreshing.

To find out more and register your team, please visit our website.

Make sure you register your team as soon as possible for your chance to win.

Good luck with your application!

KPMG Student Recruitment Team

 

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