Given the continued uncertainties around the global pandemic, this year’s ISCC is organized around the global conference’s hy-flex model. Teams have the option of attending either in-person in Geneva from 20-23 October, online from 24-25 October, or both. The Finalist Round will be online after the conference to allow teams adequate time to integrate conference learnings into their Final Presentations.
Before the conference, each student team will identify a significant contemporary social problem they would like to address by choosing one of six pre-determined U.N. Sustainable Development Goals as follows: SDG#1 No Poverty; SDG#2 Zero Hunger; SDG#3 Good Health and Well-Being; SDG#4 Quality Education; SDG#5 Gender Equality; SDG#13 Climate Action. Download the information packet for complete details.
The ILA International Student Case Competition provides undergraduate and graduate students the opportunity to compete and showcase their knowledge about leadership. Teams compete in two divisions, undergraduate and graduate. Through a case executive summary, virtual poster, and a final presentation (finalists only), students demonstrate an understanding of their case’s underlying leadership issues while developing strategic recommendations for addressing key issues.