A unique opportunity for you to improve your case-solving skills
April 4th - 8th, 2022
How to apply for ACC Advanced
If your case team wants to become one of the nine teams competing in ACC Advanced, you must submit a joint application on behalf of your case team.
The application must be submitted through our application site, which you can find right here.
Your application must contain:
- A brief joint motivational letter from your team (1-2 pages)
- CV for each team member
- Grade transcripts for each team member
In addition to this, our application site will ask you to provide some general information regarding each team member.
Should you have any questions with regard to the application process for ACC Advanced please forward them to:
We look forward to receiving your application.
What is ACC Advanced?
Aarhus Case Competition is one of the largest case competitions in the Nordics gathering top business students.
In the Advanced track, nine selected teams will be solving three different real-life cases: two introductory cases and one extensive 30-hour main case, where the winning team will receive the title of Case Solving Champions and other amazing prizes.
Reasons to participate
Expand your professional network
Achieve a Nordic case solving champion title
Attain real-life business experience
Meet your future emplouyers
Win exclusive prices
Make your resume stand out
Make new friends from across the Nordics
Get an unforgettable experience
Jens Holst Stevn Winner of ACC 2019
Frequently asked questions
We accept applications from the 23rd of February, and you must submit your application no later than the 20th of March 2022 at 23.59pm.
- Grade transcript of each team member
- CV (highlighting relevant experiences) for each team member
- A short and joint motivational letter telling us why your team should be chosen
No, there is no fee for participating in Aarhus Case Competition. Also, all the expenses for the participating teams will be covered (including transport to/from Aarhus, hotel and food).
Yes, all partner presentations, cases, information etc. are held in English. All solutions and teams presentations must also be in English.
No, they do not. They just need to be a Bachelor or Master student from Nordic universities.
Each team must consist of no more or less than 3 students.
Yes, the applicants must sign up as a team. They have to select the 3 members for the team themselves and need to send a team application.
Before the main case is handed out to the participants on Wednesday in week 14, the teams will practice their case solving skills during the two trial cases presented on Monday and Tuesday, respectively.