Office of Diversity and Inclusion Student Services
KeyBank Case Competition

 

2023 KEYBANK FOUNDATION MINORITY MBA STUDENT CASE COMPETITION

KeyBank and Fisher College of Business at The Ohio State University will host its 19th Annual Minority MBA Student Case Competition on February 24-26, 2023.

Online registration begins October 3, 2022 and ends on December 9, 2022

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ELIGIBILITY AND INFORMATION

Awards: 1st through 5th place winners will receive plaques and team awards ranging from $1,000 to $10,000. Each team member will receive a participation allowance of $300, certificate, and all teams will receive a plaque.

Registration: Each team is composed of three presenters. Presenting teams selected for participation in this minority MBA student case competition must represent ethnic diversity.   Teams must consist of 1st year graduate business students (ONLY).  To be eligible, teams must submit a completed registration (completed registration form, resumes, and $150 nonrefundable registration fee (per team) postmarked by December 9, 2022. 20-25 teams will be selected to participate in this year's virtual event. Teams not selected to participate will receive a reimbursement of their registration fee.

For more information, please contact competition coordinators at FCOB-kybnkmbacse@osu.edu or (614) 292-1978.


2022 CASE COMPETITION WINNERS

 

Meet the 2022 1st Place Team from Georgia State University:

Georgia State University Team Photo


WINNING TEAMS

Rank

University

Prize Amount

1st Place Georgia State University $10,000
2nd Place University of Tennessee at Knoxville $7,500
3rd Place Howard University  $5,000
4th Place John Hopkins University $3,000
5th Place Clark Atlanta University $1,000

2022 CASE COMPETITION SUMMARY

KeyBank and Fisher College of Business at The Ohio State University hosted its 18th Annual Minority MBA Student Case Competition on February 25-26, 2022 Virtually. During the 18th Annual Minority MBA Student Case Competition the KeyBank Foundation supervised the selection of a contemporary and never-before-used case topic that addressed business issues with varied implications at either a national or international level. Teams of three presenters were invited from universities and colleges across the country to compete. Please note that, due to funding limitations, no alternate member of the teams were invited to participate or be sponsored by the program. Each team benefited from the opportunity to develop important professional skills such as analyzing and responding quickly to often-complex business issues. Also, teams had a chance to hone their communication and team-building talents while learning from the expertise of business executive judges and moderators.