KTH REC UNDERGRADUATE CASE COMPETITION STOCKHOLM
Since the start of the Organization we have been able to host our own national case competition to provide our members with an engaging experience that challenges, problem solving, presenting in english, collaboration, presentation-people skills. From this the most capable students are selected to represent KTH REC in international competitions.
In order for us to send the school's best representatives, the competing teams will model and present a business proposal in front of six CEOs of leading companies in Sweden’s real estate landscape. The jury then carefully selects the winners that make up the representation team for the year's international competition.
The competition is the perfect addition to your studies at KTH, offering superb networking opportunities and unique insight into real life analysis of real estate transactions. It is a great experience to have no matter the outcome, but should you go all the way you will have an invaluable merit that will indisputably help in your upcoming job applications.
Registration is now open!
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Each year in October, all members can apply, either as a team or by themselves for a spot in the national case competition. Thereafter a few students will be selected based on their drive, experience and ambitions to participate in the competition. The delegates are challenged through many stages in the hope of presenting the winning business proposal in front of leading industry professionals. For many students this will be a challenging encounter to both kick start your interest and knowledge in different fields of the Real estate industry werther it is general market understanding, investment management, strategic planning, presentation skills or financial modelling.
The national Case competition is prepared and designed by Head of Case competition with regards to real life scenarios in the real estate industry but also in regards to the international case format. As such, the case will have students just under a week to complete their financial modelling, pitch deck as well as their oral presentation. More information about specific deadlines will be presented during the kickoff venue.
The fundamental aspects that will be tested during this compact case is financial modelling, general market understanding, sustainability, risk evaluation, zoning considerations, presentation skills, and overall feasibility.
In mid september the registration will be opened for our members and the application closes the 20th of September. Application for the national undergraduate competition will be open for members currently enrolling studies either in their first, second or third year. Students can either search as a team composed of 3 students or search by themselves. In the later case the case administration at KTH Rec will pair up the standalone applications to form a team.
Given the prestigious nature of the case the competition, the spots are limited. Therefore the selection will be based on an motivational letter as well as an attached resume in the application for each contestant. This is both to ensure a fair and just selection process but also for us to send the best teams to represent the club in the upcoming international events.
For questions about the application process and/or the competition in general contact Alex Andersson, Head of Case Competition at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Case competition starts with a kick-off event for the participants to receive information about the case but also an opening to network with former competitors and KTH REC alumni in preparation for the contest.
At the end of the Case competition, all the participating delegates will be invited to the final venue for a prize ceremony, with the opportunity to network with the other contestants and the jury.
Location: Datscha Headquarters
Date: 11th October
Date: 17th October
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