The Global Health Case Challenge
School of Global Health - University of Copenhagen invites students to spend 24 hours over a period of two days in Copenhagen to develop solutions to a specific Case Challenge - next time in the Autumn 2017. All students and student teams are eligible to apply to join.
Keep your eyes open for our next Global Health Case Challenge here on the webpage, by following our Facebook page or by signing up for our newsletter. In the previous two Global Health Case Challenges the cases has been provided by WHO Europe and Red Cross and Red Crescent respectively.
What is a case challenge?
In a case challenge (also often called a case competition) the teams participating strive to develop the best solution to a real-world issue presented by a business or organization most often within a 24-hour time-span. Each team presents their solution both in writing and as a short oral pitch to a jury (10 minutes). All teams receive pitch training to prepare them for the final presentation.
The Global Health Case Challenge is open to all students. A team can have a maximum of five participants and a minimum of three participants. If you do not have a team we have great success with assisting students in finding the right team to join. NB: Student are expected to cover their own travel and accommodation costs. These will not be reimbursed.
Are you a business/organization with a global presence and a Global Health Challenge then do not hesitate to contact us about next years potenial Case Challenge and the collaborative development of this - latest in the month of March of the year that the event is to be held).