When applying for ICT, please upload a one-page motivation letter, CV and transcript through our online application formula before the application deadline. In the motivational letter, please introduce yourself, explain why you find case competitions and workshops appealing, as well as why you want to be a part of ICT.
Selected candidates will be invited to an interview. At the interview, you get the opportunity to learn more about ICT, and we get the opportunity to learn more about you. The interview includes a small case. The purpose of the case is for you to get a taste of what we do, and for us to see how you work. No prior case experience or practice is expected.
All candidates will receive feedback after the interviews, and selected candidates will be welcomed to join ICT in the upcoming semester.
The most important element we are looking for in our future members is motivation to become a great case-solver. We look for students that are eager to learn and get hands on experience with case-solving from some of the best case-solvers in Denmark. Remember to make it clear in your application what motivates you to become an ICT member!
We look for students that are ambitious and willing spend time with fellow ICT members on workshops, case competitions as well as networking, dinner and drinks. When applying for ICT, do let us know about your ambitions and how ICT can be a part of achieving them!
A large part of ICT includes working closely with fellow ICT members when practicing at workshops and attending case-competitions. If you have any relevant experience with teamwork, let us know in your motivational letter!
We expect no prior case-solving experience from future members of ICT. A key vision of ICT is to facilitate learning and experience so you can become an excellent case-solver through your ICT membership!