For the past 20 years, the Invitational case competition has been a part of CBS Case Competition, generating lifetime experiences for participants, audiences, juries, and partners – a truly unique tradition that will continue in 2022 in a new exciting format. The teams will be challenged in assessing the real-life issues organizations are facing today, analyzing available information, crafting solutions, and defending their recommendations in front of a jury of high-level business leaders.


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Invitational 2023


You will gain highly useful skills such as becoming good at teamwork, problem-solving, and applying theory to real-life business cases.

Companies are constantly looking for people with problem-solving skills to combat the challenges that they might face in their market, participating in case competitions will put you on their radar.

The main takeaway that we hear from previous participants is the amazing experiences. Take part in the digital events that we plan and the virtual encounters with ambitious business students from all over the world.


Aarhus University
BI Norwegian Business School
Copenhagen Business School
Maastricht University
McGill University
National University of Singapore
Queen’s University
Rotter School of Management
The University of Melbourne
University of Alberta
University of Hong Kong
University of New South Wales


The competition takes place in week 9, 2023, from Sunday, February 27th to Saturday, March 4th, 2023. The whole week will include entertaining and challenging events live-streamed from Copenhagen, Denmark. 

On March 4th, 2023, after a full week of socializing and cracking cases, the three teams with the best solutions will represent their university in the grand final. 

The final will take place live for an audience at CBS, but will also be live-streamed for viewers who are not able to be present at the final.

The competition is a by-invitation-only format for undergraduate case teams. Every year, 12 talented teams get invited to participate. To be eligible for participation, each team has to be supported by a faculty advisor from the respective university.

Our selection criteria are based on the following:

·   A prominent case team of four undergraduate students

·   Previous case-solving experience

·   International representation

All expenses in terms of participation are covered by CBS Case Competition. Except the transport back and forth to Copenhagen.

CBS Case Competition fully complies with the Covid-19 requirements and guidelines set by the Danish government and public health authorities. In the presence of force majeure conditions, CBS Case Competition reserves the right to change the format of the competition provided that the circumstances do not allow for the normal procedure. CBS Case Competition reserves the right to make changes to the programme and its list of invited participants according to official Covid-19 requirements.

Please do not hesitate to contact us at if you have any further questions,