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How the KPMG International Case Competition works 

This event will challenge you, and test your team’s ability to analyze and respond to realistic business scenarios.
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In 2014, finalists were asked to provide strategic advice to a global oil and gas company embarking on a new shale gas operation . The judges evaluated teams on their levels of insight, innovation and enthusiasm.


Tackle complex real-world business issues


During every stage of the competition, we give each team a detailed case study to consider – then it's up to you. For each round of the competition, you and your three teammates will be given three hours to:


  • carefully review the dossier you've been given
  • identify and analyze the key business issues
  • develop a compelling set of recommendations
  • prepare an engaging presentation for the judges.

When you emerge from your team headquarters, you will present your ideas to a panel of experienced KPMG firms’ partners and leaders. The judges will listen to your presentation as if they were a client, and they will expect you to deliver to the level a KPMG professional would do. They will ask you challenging questions, and you'll be ready to answer them. Do well, advance through the next rounds of competition and you could even become the next KPMG International Case Competition world champions!


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