The competition aims to encourage analytical thinking, creativity, innovation and to enhance students’ communication and presentation skills. The teams are from the National University of Ho Chi Minh City, the University of Foreign Trade, the University of Economics and Finance and RMIT Vietnam.
This is the first year RMIT Vietnam and HSBC Vietnam have collaborated to host this local competition.
The winning team will not only scoop VND 50 million as a cash prize but will also win return tickets to Hong Kong to participate in the regional finals of the HSBC – HKU Asia Pacific Business Case Competition.
The first-runner up and the second-runner up teams will receive VND 30 million and VND 20 million, respectively. Furthermore, all of the top six teams will participate in a special Training Day at HSBC Vietnam to learn soft skills training.