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Daniels Graduate Students:
Are you up for a high-altitude virtual challenge?

Registration for the 2021 Race and Case competition has closed for Daniels students. Registration for Race and Case 2022 will open in late 2021.

Get a mixed-gender team of 4 Daniels graduate students together and start getting ready for the 2022 Race and Case competition! Read about the 2020 winners.

Each year the Daniels College of Business hosts teams from around the world for a premier business ethics case competition and alpine ski challenge all rolled into one. This opportunity gives teams of Daniels students a chance to compete against their peers to secure a spot in a world-class international competition.

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Have questions now? We have answers:

How does it work? Teams of four graduate students compete to solve a business case with an ethical dilemma before taking on a virtual race challenge. Total scores are calculated weighting 90% on case competition scores and 10% on the virtual race.

Where is it? Both the Daniels vs. Daniels case competition and the international case competition will be held virtually alone with the race component.

How much does it cost? It’s free for DU students.

Why should I do it? Create some phenomenal memories while you show off your business skills, network with alumni and business leaders, and compete for prizes.

What can I win? In addition to competing for swag and cash prizes, the winning team will get bragging rights and a chance to compete in Daniels’ International Race & Case competition.

Who’s on a team? This competition is open to all Daniels College of Business graduate students. You can put together your own team of four or you can sign up as an individual to be placed on a team with other free agents. Teams must have at least one male and one female competitor.

What schools come to international? Each year 11 schools from around the U.S. and the world come to compete. Recent years have included American University, Auburn University, University in Lithuania and the University of Florida. This year the lineup will be just as tough!