HSBC Joins BBA Thammasat to Foster University Students Skills in HSBC/TBS Business Case Competition Thailand 2018

Stocks and Financial Services Press Releases Tuesday February 13, 2018 17:05
Bangkok--13 Feb--HSBC
Teams will compete for total prizes of over 200,000 Baht. Top winner will represent Thailand at the Regional competition in Hong Kong.

HSBC, the first commercial bank in Thailand, in collaboration with Thammasat Business School's Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration (International Program) or BBA, are inviting local full-time undergraduates in Thailand to join the HSBC/TBS Business Case Competition Thailand 2018. The competition is aimed to enhance the students' capabilities in business management with hands-on experience in solving real-life business cases. Participants will be given limited time to analyze business cases, assess the challenges faced by an organization, and present their recommended solutions to the panels of honorary judges from leading companies and organizations. Gathering in a team of four persons from the same college or university, they will compete for trophies and cash prizes of over THB 200,000. The top winning team will also represent Thailand to attend the "HSBC/HKU Asia Pacific Business

Case Competition 2018" in Hong Kong during 5-8 June 2018.

Online application is open now until 16 February 2018 at www.bba.bus.tu.ac.th. The final round of competition is scheduled on Saturday 31 March 2018 at HSBC Building, Bangkok. For more information, please contact 098 2635514 or email info.casecompetition@tbs.tu.ac.th or visit www.bba.bus.tu.ac.th.


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