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Cornell International Real Estate Competition

The FMAA is proud to present the 2018 University of Sydney Real Estate Competition.

 

Based upon a real-life case, the University of Sydney Real Estate Competition provides students the opportunity to put their knowledge into first-hand practice. Teams will consist of 4-6 undergraduate students, and they will be judged by representatives from the business school faculty as well as the Australian real estate industry. Teams are also encouraged to enter with at least one female participant in the team.

 

The campus winning team will be invited to compete in the national finals held at the University of Sydney. All female competitors that progress to the National Finals will be paired with a senior industry mentor for the remainder of their studies. The national winning team will receive an all-expenses paid trip to New York City to participate in the 2018 Cornell International Real Estate Case Competition in November. The top teams in the Cornell International Real Estate Case Competition will receive a cash prize.

 

Other benefits:
Networking opportunities: The judging panel comprises senior members of the commercial real estate industry in Australia. We have arranged networking events with these senior staff after the competition closes.
After the national finals, we will be holding events organised in conjunction with the sponsors. These events will be available exclusively to competitors in the national finals.

 

Learn more about the Cornell International Real Estate Case Competition here.

 

Competition Timeline: 
9th of August – Team registration deadline
10th of August – Campus heats case released
17th of August at 10:00AM – Campus heats submission
17th of August – Campus heats presentation
24th of August – Campus finals case released
31st of August – Campus finals presentation
26th of September – National finals presentation at the University of Sydney

 

Register now at:
1. Team Registration

2. Expression of Interest – for individual students who do not have a team

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