For the first time in LUMS history, a team from Pakistan has managed to break into the final round at the most prestigious global case competition: The Global Case Competition at Harvard University. The team, ranking as one of the Top 10 finalists out of a pool of 150+ submissions, managed to secure the position after competing with some of the best business schools around the world.
The team consisted of five members, out of which two are only in their second year at LUMS.
The Global Case Competition at Harvard brings together the best and the brightest minds around the world to solve a business case problem.
Since its inception in 2016, the competition has attracted 600+ teams (2500+ students) across the world to compete for a chance to win $10,000. Teams are given 3 weeks to prepare and submit a solution, and the top 10 teams are invited to pitch their solutions to a panel of judges comprising of distinguished business executives and Harvard Business School professors.
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