India: 2019 Student Case Competition is ON

Are you a university student looking to make your mark, showcase your unique soft-skills and create a name for yourself and your university in front of corporate decision makers?

We invite all university students across the Middle East and Africa regions to take part in this inspiring and challenging opportunity to respond to a business case on xxxxxx.  You and your team (maximum 5 per team) have a chance to present your strategic foresight, analytical and interpersonal presentation skills in front of a panel of industry experts.


What’s in it for you?
  • Analyze a case written by IMA®( Institute of Management Accountants)
  • Develop cutting edge solutions that will add value
  • Opportunity to develop and present your skills to an audience
  • Be recognized for your achievements and efforts

Who should apply?

  • Anyone interested in presenting a compelling case that will mark a pivotal stepping stone in your career


The Grand Prize
The winning team will receive an outstanding $3,000 USD and the runner up team $2,000 USD.


So Pick a Team: Win the Case: Set Yourself Apart!

Download the 2019 Case study here:


Entry Deadlines:
  • Entries must be submitted on or before March 8, 2019.
  • Four finalists will be selected and notified no later than April 30, 2019.

The four finalist teams will be notified of the exact time and location of the final competition. Each of the four selected teams will personally present their case analysis solution and be required to respond to any additional questions on which they will be judged.


For Sponsorship:
Hanadi Khalife
Director-Middle East and Africa
hkhalife@imanet.org
Ph: +971 4 429 6017


To see last year's Student Case Competition Winners, click here.


Entry Terms and Conditions:
All applicants must abide by the set Rules and Regulations 2018

  • Each campus of any college/university is eligible to select a team(s) of three to five members to determine the best solution for the management accounting Case.
  • No more than 50% of team members may be Master’s Degree candidates and no Doctoral Degree candidates may be selected. Although faculty members are encouraged to promote this Competition on their campus, no faculty or other professional assistance is allowed in solving or presenting the Case