BI International Case Competition 2020

BI International Case Competition 2020 invites prestigious schools from all over the world to compete in solving a real business case, provided by one of our strategic partners.

Saturday to Friday 08 - 14 February
  • Starts:10:00, 8 February 2020
  • Ends:23:00, 14 February 2020
  • Location:BI Norwegian Business School
  • Contact:Hilde Spæren (biicc@bi.no)

BI International Case Competition (BIICC) is an annual competition and was held for the first time in February 2016. BIICC offers a unique program including social activities and events, both for the international participants and for the BI students. Through six intense days, 12 international teams from eleven different countries compete to become the BIICC Champion 2020. The competition consists of a Premier case distributed to the teams 23 January (due 6 February) followed by a 30-hour main case, which will be launched by BIICC’s Golden partner Tuesday 11 February at BI’s campus in Oslo. 

BIICC’s motto is collaboration. Collaboration is the very essence of case solving and covers all areas of a case competition. Collaborating with your team to find the best solution. Collaboration across borders, cultures and languages. Perhaps the greatest achievement through collaboration lies in the interaction with fellow opponents to ensure BIICC 2020 becomes a lifetime experience, which we of course will facilitate to the best of our ability!

Collaboration is also the essence of how BIICC is organised and executed joining various departments of BI, the student organisation BISO, strategic partners from the business community and last, but not least, priceless effort by voluntary BI students. Together we strive to deliver a week full of social happenings and challenging activities. 

We want BIICC participants to look back at their time in Norway with a smile, a bunch of new friends, business contacts and experiences.
We look forward to welcoming this year’s participants to Oslo!


BIICC aims to provide a fun learning experience for its participants. In order for the case competition to be successful, a set of rules and regulations must be adhered to by all teams and advisors. Fair play is an essential criterion in the case competition. All participants are expected to treat each other with respect. If the rules are unclear, please consult the Case Director of BIICC, Svein Lund. He has the ultimate decision power in disputes after having consulted the team advisors.