The first Việt Nam High School Business Case contest starts

October, 03/2022 - 04:15
The competition aims to provide an opportunity to cultivate useful knowledge and new and practical experiences in a corporate environment for high school students.
The contest is expected to attract 1,000 registered candidates and convey information to nearly 500,000 parents, students and other units. — VNS Photo

HÀ NỘI — The first Việt Nam High School Business Case (VHBC) contest took place in Hà Nội last Saturday.

The competition aims to provide an opportunity to cultivate useful knowledge and new and practical experiences in a corporate environment for high school students.

The total prize value for the top three finalists is VNĐ160 million (US$6,800), with a 100 per cent sponsorship package when participating in the Tiger Global Case Competition, a global business playground for high school students around the world, and many other attractive gifts from sponsors and the organisation board.

The first round of the contest is currently taking place and will officially close the application portal on October 18.

With the companionship and mentorship of many high schools, universities and large enterprises at home and abroad, the contest is expected to attract 1,000 registered candidates, and convey information to nearly 500,000 parents, students and other units. — VNS

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