IMA held its annual Middle East Student Case Competition in Dubai, UAE on April 20, 2019. After their presentation and a tough Q&A session, the team from the American University of the Middle East (AUM) in Kuwait emerged as the first prize winner and won a cash prize of US$3,000
Students from the American University of the Middle East (AUM) in Kuwait won first place at the IMA Middle East Student Case Competition 2019. With them is their mentor, Prof. Ahmed Emad Eldin Yamen; professor of accounting at AUM.
Meanwhile, the all-women team from the University of Jordan (UJ) in Amman, Jordan won first runner-up and received a cash prize of US$2,000.
The team from the University of Jordan emerged as the first runner-up at the IMA Middle East Student Case Competition 2019. With them are the panel of judges.
The judges for this year’s competition were Abdur Rahim Ghulam Nabi, CMA, CFM, APM, Senior Advisor, Finance, and Commercial Division at Dubai Airport Freezone; Jyoti Chokshi, CMA, Finance Manager, Jotun U.A.E, and Hanadi Khalife, Director, MEA and India Operations at IMA.
Globally, IMA sponsors a variety of awards, competitions, and CMA® (Certified Management Accountant) scholarship programs to help students earn recognition for their achievements and develop a curious, experimental, and adaptable mindset.