When and where does the event take place?
The main event takes place on March 14th at Naamsestraat 22, 3000 Leuven. However, please remember the first round case takes place in the week of March 4th in Ghent, Antwerp, Brussels and Leuven. Be sure to check the 'the event' tab for more information on this.
In which language will it take place?
The preferred language at LCC is English, as such all information will be announced in English and we will also expect you to pitch in English.
What kind of experience is expected of me in order to participate?
There are no requirements regarding your background or experiences.
Should I dress up?
Yes, dress code is casual-chic.
What else do I bring?
To work on the cases it is advisable to bring a laptop or tablet (at least one per team). We will provide pen and paper for further notes.
Who can participate?
Everyone who is a third bachelor or (extended) master student can participate. However, PhD students will not be accepted.
How do I participate?
Go to the registration here on the website and follow the steps. Remember you will have to register in teams of 2 or 4 and all CVs have to be submitted at registration.
How much does it cost to participate?
The first round is free. However, please keep in mind that the main event will cost 30 euros per person. This will come to a total of 120 euros per team.
Can I change a team member?
Yes, you can, if you email the changes to us by emailing to firstname.lastname@example.org with the information of the new member and the name of the member that's being substituted. Deadline for any changes is the same as the registration deadline.
Do we have to choose cases or does every team solve all the cases?
Every team has to solve all the cases. So if you pass through the first round case, you will solve a total of 4 cases.
Will I stay together with my team during all the cases?
Yes, every team will stay together and solve all the cases. The teams who registered with 2 people instead of 4, will be paired during the selection case and will stay together during the rest of the event.