Are you interested in learning more about Management Consulting careers? Do you enjoy working in an interactive team to approach multidisciplinary business challenges?
If so, gain real-life exposure, hands-on experience, as well as potential prizes by putting together a team to participate in the Deloitte Consulting Undergraduate Case Competition!
Preliminary School Competitions will be taking place at the following universities in February/March 2012, and teams will consist of four currently enrolled undergraduate underclassmen (freshmen, sophomores, and juniors ONLY with GPAs above 3.2 of any majors—no seniors or graduate-level students):
Cornell University; Georgia Institute of Technology; Northwestern University; Indiana University; Penn; UCLA; The University of Texas at Austin; University of Virginia
If successful in your school’s competition, the Deloitte National Undergrad Case Competition will take place at Deloitte University on Thursday and Friday, April 19th and 20th, 2012, with all expenses covered by the firm.
The Deloitte Undergraduate Case Competition that will be held at the University of Texas at Austin consists of two rounds: Semifinals and Finals. The dates involving the case competition are:
- Info Session/Semifinals Kickoff: Friday, Feb 24 in the Legacy Events Room (CBA 3.202) 6 p.m.
- Semifinals Submissions: Friday, Mar 09 by 11:59 p.m.
- Finals Kickoff: Monday, Mar 19 in the Legacy Events Room (CBA 3.202)
- Finalists’ Dinner: Thursday, Mar 22 by invitation only
- Finals Presentation Day: Friday, Mar 23 in the Legacy Events Room (CBA 3.202)
For more information regarding this case competition, please attend our information session on Friday, February 17. The information session will be held at 5:30 p.m. in GSB 5.142A. To apply, please visit our application site at www.deloitte.com/us/undergradcasecomp to submit your proposed team information. Additionally, please contact us at UTDeloitteUCC@gmail.com with any questions or concerns if you have any.
Thanks again for your interest in the Deloitte Undergraduate Case Competition.
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