Spring Case Competition

Presented to you by the Texas Asian Business Student Association (ABSA) and the Business Healthcare Assosication (BHA), the case competition is designed to simulate a real-world consulting scenario where teams of four students must develop and present a solution for a given problem. Each team will be judged by corporate recruiters and professor on the feasibility of recommendations, logic of critical thinking, and delivery of presentation. 




Registration opens Thursday, March 9th. There will be a $40 deposit per team


Each team consists of four members, but strongly recommended to have at least one current McCombs student


Kickoff is on March 27th from 5-6 PM. The location will be at UTC 4.124 


The competition will be from Monday, March 27th - Saturday, April 1st. Mark your calendar!


Final presentation day will be on Saturday, April 1st from 8:30 AM to 3:30 PM


1st place: $1,500  2nd place: $1,000  3rd place: $500


BHA and ABSA are excited to co-host the 2017 Spring Case Competition.


Texas Business Healthcare Association is an organization within the McCombs School of Business at The University of Texas at Austin. TXBHA is focused on filling in the gap between business and healthcare by exposing students to the financial, managerial, legal, and consulting aspects of the healthcare industry. Each semester, TXBHA curates a series of speakers to provide insight on these topics, in addition to providing community service opportunities and organizing social events. Our students have widespread backgrounds and interests such as pre-medical, pre-dental, pre-pharmacy as well as hospital administration, healthcare consulting among others. Membership is open to all UT students interested in medicine, dentistry, pharmacy or business. TXBHA is excited and honored to partner with ABSA to host the Spring 2017 Case Competition.

Visit BHA Website


The Asian Business Students Association (ABSA) is a professional, social, and philantropic organization. We prepare our members for success in the corporate world, from exposing them to a wide spectrum of industries to providing resources for becoming effective leaders. Although we cater to integrating Asian Americans into mainstream corporate America, our organization reaches out to individuals of all different majors and ethnicities. Strategic partnerships with leading firms provide our members with valuable internships and career opportunities as well as insider tips on resume building, interviewing, and firm-specific information. We strive to develop well-rounded individuals by also hosting many social and community service events.

Visit ABSA Website


For any questions, comments, or concerns, please e-mail huang.kaylee@gmail.com