2017 IFAMA Student Case Study Competition and USA Wyoming and Colorado Front Range Agribusiness Study Tour
10 – 23 June, 2017 (dates to be confirmed)
Represent UNE in the Student Case Study Competition at the 2017 International Food and Agribusiness Management Association (IFAMA) Annual World Symposium and Forum in Florida, USA.
The Student Case Study Competition is held as part of IFAMA’s Annual World Symposium and Forum and consists of teams who simulate a fast turn-around analysis and presentation to a senior management team on an industry—hot topic.
In the first week of the study tour students will visit Wyoming and the Colorado Front Range, an urban corridor located along the eastern face of the Southern Rocky Mountains which is an emerging innovation cluster in the food and agricultural industries. In the second week of the tour students will attend the IFAMA annual conference in Florida and compete in the IFAMA Student Case Study Competition.
Read more about the IFAMA 2016 Student team experience via the Centre for Agribusiness news blog.
Tour Cost: Approximately $6500 per person. See OS-HELP funding available.
See the IFAMA 2016 Student Case Study Competition Handbook – 2017 Handbook to follow.
Who can apply?
1. Undergraduate and postgraduate students enrolled in any degree through the UNE Business School or other Schools from across the university.
* Students are able to apply for OS-Help Assistance for the cost of the tour. Conditions apply.
Enquiries can be directed to Dr Stuart Mounter
Further details can be found on the UNE Business School web page.