The GSK-Kellogg-USAID Global Health Case Competition 2018 (Fully-funded to London)

The GSK-Kellogg-USAID Global Health Case Competition 2018 (Fully-funded to London)

Deadline: February 22, 2018

The GSK-Kellogg-USAID Global Health Case Competition is now open. The Global Health Case Competition aims to unleash the power of management & business principles to identify cutting-edge & sustainable solutions to tough global health challenges.

​The GSK | Kellogg | USAID Global Health Case Competition pushes the boundaries of what’s possible at the intersection of doing good and doing well. This first-of-its-kind competition looks to unleash the power of management and business principles to identify cutting-edge and sustainable solutions to tough global health challenges; helping build and connect future generations of global business leaders and save lives.

The competition brings together business students from around the world to discuss global health challenges. Students will be placed into teams and, together, develop a proposed solution to a given global health case study that they will then present to a panel of judges. Students will also participate in site visits to local partners from both the public and private sectors (e.g., McKinsey & Company, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, social enterprises, etc.).

Benefits

First place will take home $5,000. Second place will take home $3,000. Third place will take home $2,000.

  • All students accepted to the competition will be fully funded.
  • The event will be held at GSK’s headquarters at 980 Great West Road, London, UK. ​GSK will generously provide expenses to fund travel to and from the event, and lodging/food expenses in London.
  • More details regarding travel booking and visa processing will be distributed via email to those accepted to the case competition.

Eligibility

  • Open to students from around the world

Application

All students interested in participating in the GSK | Kellogg | USAID Global Health Case Competition must submit an application to be considered. Kellogg staff and faculty will review applications in late February and notify applicants in early March. If you are selected to attend the case competition, you will receive further instructions regarding travel arrangements, visa coordination, etc. Funds will be provided to sponsor travel for all attendees.

Click here to apply now.

For more information, visit Global Health Case Competition.

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