A case competition for you to challenge
and put your skills to a test
March 27th - 31st, 2023
What is ACC Aspire?
ACC Aspire allows all business students, no matter their experience within case-solving, to learn more about competitive case-solving as a concept. As a participant, Aspire introduces you to case competitions and provides a platform for you to improve your case-solving skills.
Aspire offers a flexible case competition, which allows the students to experience one day, two days, or the whole week. This flexibility enables the students to keep up with their studies while they participate.
“To experience real-world problem solving together with like-minded students, professional consultants and the largest Danish companies is an amazing experience. The steep learning curve and the intenseness of working with realistic and challenging real-world problems that you experience through Aspire is both fun and intriguing.”
Winner, Aspire Case Camp 2019
Reasons to participate
Expand your professional network
Improve your case-solving skills
Attain real-life business experience
Flexible options that accommodates with your study
Explore case competitions
Make new friends across study lines
Make your resume stand out
Meet your future employer
Frequently asked questions
Aarhus Case Competition is for top students in the Nordic countries, where participants are chosen based on their CV, grades, and the team’s motivational letter. Aspire Case Camp is for all students, who want to learn more about competitive case solving as a concept, and participation requires nothing else than a simple sign up.
Whereas Aarhus Case Competition is for students enrolled at any Nordic country, only students enrolled at university in Denmark can participate in Aspire Case Camp.
The main competition of Aarhus Case Competition requires participation for the whole week, Aspire Case Camp allows students to sign for either one, two, or three days.
Yes, all partner presentations, cases, information etc. are conducted in English. All solutions and teams presentations must also be in English.
An Aspire-team can consist of 3-4 students from Aarhus University.