MarshAll Case Challenge

So you and your buddies aced your class presentations this fall. Think you can beat all of USC?

How about teams from schools like Wharton, Berkeley, Texas and Virginia, or as far away as Australia, Singapore, Hong Kong and Spain? If so, then get ready for the Marshall Case Challenge January 20, 2018 in which the winning team will represent USC Marshall at the Marshall International Case Competition (MICC) and compete against students from 19 of the best business schools in the world. The winning team from the Marshall Case Challenge will also be offered the opportunity to be a part of the Marshall Case Team.

Registration Link:

Key Dates

Info Session: January 12th (12-1pm, Location TBD)
Team Registration Deadline: January 16th
Case Distribution: January 18th
Case Challenge: January 20th (AM- preliminaries, PM- finals)


Each team MUST consist of 4 current undergraduate USC students (students MUST be enrolled in undergraduate course for the Spring 2018 semester). Students should be at least Sophomores although we will allow 1 Freshman per team (register them in slot 4). Freshmen in the WBB Program are also eligible with no limit. Students may be any major.

Teams will be randomly placed into different competing brackets on the morning of January 17th  (at which time the presentation times and locations will be e-mailed to the teams). All teams will present in the morning of the 20th. 1 Team will be selected from each bracket to present in the afternoon of January 20th. The winning team will then be selected from the final presentations as judged by the judges.

The winning team (as selected by the judges) will represent USC Marshall at the 2017 Marshall International Case Competition. They will be expected to attend the Marshall Case Team/Marshall Case Academy practices each Friday afternoon 2-5 pm (January 26th, February 2nd, February 9th  and February 16th). The winning team will also be expected to participate in all events of the MICC (fees will be covered by Marshall). If the winning team is unable to follow through on its duties and obligations, it will be disqualified and the runner's up team will be selected.

Details on the MICC can be found here: