What is ACC?
Aarhus Case Competition is an annual competition for Nordic business students. During the ACC week, the participating teams will have to solve two introductory cases and one extensive 30-hour case (in Aspire Case Camp it is only 24 hours), and present this to top professionals.
Aarhus Case Competition offers students an opportunity to experience the life of management consultants. Through skill-providing workshops, company presentations and social events, participants will get a week of intense case solving combined with networking and fun experiences.
Intensive Case Solving
The core of Aarhus Case Competition is case solving. Not one, but three different cases will be included in ACC to provide a valuable insight into the world of case solving. The two first cases will focus on learning the essentials of case solving while the last 30-hour case will give you a chance to show everyone what you have learned.
Meet the Case Company
During Aarhus Case Competition, you will have several opportunities to learn from and interact with our case company. The case company will be heavily engaged in the ACC-week and will present their company through various cases. In 2013, the participants in ACC solved three business cases for the Danish shipping company Blue Water and the previous year, the Nordic dairy cooperative Arla was presented with innovative solutions for real business challenges.
Look forward to March 2014 where we announce the Nordic company which will be the basis of next year's ACC.
We want Aarhus Case Competition to become one of the most challenging and rewarding case competitions – anticipated every year by students and the business community in the Nordics. Furthermore, we want to build a case competition culture, which will be mutually beneficial to businesses and the educational society in Aarhus, Denmark, and the Nordic region.
Aarhus Case Competition offers students an inspiring experience and an opportunity to develop their business skills. We bridge the business and academic worlds raising the educational and practical level in Aarhus and thereby preparing business students for a business career.