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Duke/UNC National Case Competition
April 22, 2022

This will be the first case competition held jointly by Duke APD Consulting Club, University of North Carolina Graduate Business & Consulting Club, and Consulting Club at Texas Medical Center. Participants will have the opportunity to work on real-world business problems, develop a well-rounded solution, and present it to consultant judges from the top firms.

Description
The Duke Advanced Professional Degree Consulting Club (APDCC), UNC Graduate Business and Consulting Club (GBCC), and the Consulting Club at Texas Medical Center will be co-hosting the 2022 Duke-UNC-TMC National Case Competition virtually on Friday, April 22, 2022. You may register as a team of 3-5 people with a maximum of 1 MBA student per team, or you may register as an individual, in which case we will help you to find a team.

Important dates:

Info Session March 16, 6pm EST
Registration Deadline March 23, 11:59pm EST
Acceptance Decisions Communication Time TBD
Prompt Release April 01, (Time TBD)
Clarifying Questions Submission April 02, 11:59pm EST
Final Slide Deck Submission April 13, 11:59pm EST
Case Competition April 22, (Schedule TBD)

Who is Eligible to Apply?
1. Interested in consulting/business. No business background is needed!
2. All graduate students (including master students and professional students), undergraduates, postdocs, and recent graduates are eligible (e.g. PhD, JD, MD, etc.) to apply. Meanwhile, we allow each team to have a maximum of one undergraduate or one MBA
3. Students from other universities are welcome to apply! Multi-school/program/degree teams are welcomed and encouraged.


For introductory material about business cases, see the lecture series from the Duke APDCC here. They will also have the opportunity to learn about the field of consulting from and network with consultants currently working for a number of firms, including McKinsey, BCG, Bain, and many others, and to meet other students looking to make the transition from advanced degrees to consulting.