Congratulations to the Undergraduate and Graduate 2019 NBMBAA Case Competition Winners!
By Michael Lewis | Austin, Texas
Congratulations to the Undergraduate and Graduate 2019 National Black MBA Association Case Competition Winners!
The National Black MBA Association announced the Case Competition Winners at the Impact Awards Ceremony on Friday, September 27, 2019.
Undergraduate Awards – 1st place, ($15,000) Howard University, 2nd place, ($10,000) The Ohio State University, 3rd place, ($5,000) University of Southern California.
Graduate Awards – 1st place, ($25,000) The Ohio State University, 2nd place, ($15,000) Georgia State University, 3rd place, ($10,000) Georgia Institute of Technology
For over 25 years, NBMBAA® has welcomed MBA candidates from the nation’s top business schools to compete for $50,000 in cash prizes and employment opportunities. The competition allows student consulting teams to analyze a complex business case, using their problem-solving skills and present their findings before a panel of Fortune 500 executives.
In 2015, NBMBAA® hosted its inaugural Undergraduate Business Case Competition with more than half of participating teams representing Historically Black College and Universities (HBCUs). This hands-on student consulting experience provides undergraduates early exposure to an MBA-level business case strategy and allows them to be considered for competitive summer internship opportunities.
Undergraduate minority business students from the nation’s leading colleges and universities compete for top ranking scholarships and employment opportunities!
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