Everything you need to know
There are 3 national selection days. Assemble a team of 4 and solve a real-life business case in your city of preference, pitch your solution to a trained jury panel and enjoy a relaxing networking drink afterwards.
All students in their third Bachelor or higher are welcome!
Date & Location
Leuven: March 9 @ Jubileumzaal (Naamsestraat 22, 3000 Leuven)
Antwerp: March 13 @ CAR.0.05 (Campus Carolus, Korte Nieuwstraat 33, 2000 Antwerp)
Brussels: March 14 @ Hermes 1 (Odisee Campus Brussels, Stormstraat 2, 1000 Brussels)
The selection day in Leuven is divided into three waves, starting at 8:00, 12:30 and 17:00.
The selection day in Antwerp starts at 17:30.
The selection day in Brussels starts at 13:00.
The selection round consists of a 30 min. presentation, 2h case solving and a 10 min. pitch.
However, there will most likely be a waiting time between the case and the pitch, so we recommend freeing up about 4 to 5 hours of your time after the starting hour of your selected wave.
What to bring?
For an optimal experience, be sure to bring a laptop & charger, writing utensils and a business casual attire.
Be sure to eat something before the event!
If you are amongst the best 50 teams, you will proceed to the Final Case Day. During this day, you are expected to solve 3 different cases from our exclusive final case day partners. This will be an event from morning ‘till evening, so you will be provided with a complete breakfast, lunch and dinner. At the end of the day, there will be an afterparty with free drinks where you can network with the partners. For this event, you will be expected to wear business formal attire.
The LCC Team has prepared a case guide to help you prepare for the Leuven Case Competition. Click the button below to download your copy!Download Case Guide
It takes teamwork to tackle our challenges. Therefore, assemble your team of 4 and showcase your skills together. Alternatively, sign up as a team of 2 and we will pair you with another duo.
Diversity is key to tackling any problem and many LCC winners were teams consisting of students with diverse backgrounds. Therefore, no background in business or economics is required to participate in the Leuven Case Competition. However, you need to be in your 3rd Year or higher to participate.
To prepare for your registration it is important to collect the following information from your team members: