ICC@M aims to provide a learning environment for its participants. In order for the case competition to be successful, a set of rules and regulations must be adhered to by all teams as well as their advisors. Fair play is an essential criterion in the case competition. All participants are expected to treat each other with respect and to adhere to the competition rules. If the rules are unclear, then please consult the Academic Director of ICC@M.
The challenge for the 16 competing undergraduate business student teams is to address selected business cases and to present their solutions and recommendations to judging panels consisting of academics and business executives. During the ICC@M week these teams will be addressing challenging international all-round business cases in a true crossing borders European environment. And several corporate and social events are organised to engage business partners, SBE-students, alumni and staff in this great event. ICC@M therefore provides ample opportunities for SBE and UM staff and students to be involved in value exchange with external stakeholders.