Frequently Asked Questions

No, we look at several things when you apply. Your CV, personal qualifications, how well you do at the interview and your grades. But the grades are not the most important factor, it is the total impression we get of you.

You can submit both in Danish and English, this depends on what you prefer.

Yes, we do, although the majority are Danish.

No unfortunately not. Aarhus BSS International Case Teams is for students enrolled in a programme at Aarhus University.

All members are expected to participate in all workshops organized throughout a semester.

Solid member participation is the foundation of our obligation towards our partners.

Therefore, being absent is only allowed under special circumstances. This do not include work or school-related activities. However, illness and life events are allowed

Yes, of course you can. When attending workshops, we always try to set the teams in a way where all teams include both new and experienced members. That way, the more experienced members help the less experienced member through the case-solving process. 

Additionally, most international case competitions are only for undergraduate students, meaning that the earlier you start practicing case-solving the better chances you have of doing well at one of the international case competitions. 

Yes, you absolutely can. A lot of the case competitions are for undergraduates, but there are still a few case competitions you can attend and you can also attend our workshops.