Apply for Nordea Case Competition in Denmark

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16-09-06 15:30 | Evenemang | Student

Are you an ambitious master student from a Danish business school or university? Do you want to use your skills on a real-life business case from the financial industry? Then Nordea Case Competition is a challenge tailor-made for you.

The Nordea Case Competition offers you an opportunity to present an advanced solution to a real-life challenge. The business case will be a mix of strategic problem solving and number crunching, making it relevant for a broad range of financially-interested students.

You will present your case-solutions to members of Nordea’s senior management, who will assess your work and provide you with valuable feedback that can be useful in your future career. 

The winning team will get a prize of DKK 20.000 and if you are among the two finalist-teams you will be invited to experience a unique day at Nordea, including lunch with senior management representatives. 

I’m interested – how do I apply? 

You can apply for the Nordea Case Competition if you are a master student from a Danish University or business school. Application deadline is Monday October 3, 2016 and selected participants will be notified no later than Monday October 10. 

The competition takes place November 3-4 at Nordea’s headquarters at Strandgade 3 in Copenhagen.

Learn more about the case competition, needed qualifications and how to apply. You can also follow Nordea Case Competition on Facebook to keep updated.

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