Team Registration Closes: Thursday 23 August 2018
Heat Round Case Released:
Submit Heat Round Case:
Heat Rounds: Tuesday 4 September 2018
Campus Finals: Thursday 13 September 2018
National Finals: Friday 21 September 2018
You are presented a company with a problem, which you must identify and attempt to solve. Included in this pack are a series of Exhibits that will aid you in this task. It is strongly recommended that you conduct additional research into best practise for this Competition Case. It is against the rules to contact the subject company in an attempt to gain solutions to the case.
This Competition Case will form the basis of the Campus Heats, and the Campus Finals for the top 4 teams at each university. An extension to the same case will form the basis for the National Finals to be held in Sydney for the best performing Campus Finals team from each university.
After reviewing all submissions, each university will select no more than 16 teams to present at the Campus Heats, which will commence the week of Tuesday 4th September 2018. All teams should prepare for the possibility of progressing to the Campus Heats.
At the Campus Heats, team’s submission will be supported by a formal presentation consisting of:
- 10 minute uninterrupted presentation in which every registered team member is required to participate
- 5 minute “Question & Answer” with the judges present
- Presentation schedules will vary per campus, but both Campus Heats and Campus Finals will be completed Thursday 13th September 2018
- Additionally, all teams will be provided with feedback from judges at the Campus Heats stage of the competition
Business solutions will be considered on a range of criteria, including, but not limited:
- Situation analysis and problem identification
- Feasibility and clarity of recommendations
- Use of both provided materials and external research
- Level of innovation and creativity
- Strength of both qualitative and quantitative analysis
The submission deadline is 11:59PM AEST Friday 31st August 2018
- Submissions should be made via email to [email protected] with your University and Team Name in the subject
- Please ensure submissions are made in either PowerPoint or PDF format
- The maximum number of slides for each submission is 15 slides (inclusive of title page, content and divider slides), excluding supporting appendix slides
For any queries, please contact the FMAA Competitions Committee at [email protected]
Do you have what it takes to solve the case and outrival Australia’s best and brightest?
The prestigious FMAA Management Consulting Case Competition (MCCC) invites students from Australia’s top universities to showcase their problem solving skills on a real business case, and gain hands-on experience as a management consultant. All students from any year level and discipline are eligible to enter in teams of 2 to 4, with registrations closing at 5:00PM on Thursday, 23rd August.
Competition winners from each university will then compete against the top teams from The University of Melbourne, The University of Sydney, The University of Queensland, The University of New South Wales and Monash University at the National Finals in Sydney. Travel arrangements (should you require them) will be fully paid for by the FMAA.
The first, second and third placed teams in the National Finals will receive cash prizes of $2,000, $1,000 and $500 respectively