Why Participate?

This competition is a perfect opportunity to develop highly sought-after skills such as creativity, strategic thinking, teamwork, and presentation skills. Form teams of four and enjoy the opportunity to showcase problem-solving skills by coming up with a solution to a specific consulting scenario. Network with representatives from global companies, receive feedback from a panel of judges consisting of corporate recruiters and professors, and win cash prizes.



The Asian Business Students Association (ABSA) is a professional, social, and philanthropic organization. We prepare our members for success in the corporate world, from exposing them to a wide spectrum of industries to providing resources for becoming effective leaders. Although we cater to integrating Asian Americans into mainstream corporate America, our organization reaches out to individuals of all different majors and ethnicities. Strategic partnerships with leading firms provide our members with valuable internships and career opportunities as well as insider tips on resume building, interviewing, and firm-specific information. We strive to develop well-rounded individuals by also hosting many social and community service events.



The Undergraduate Business Council (UBC) is the representative body of the McCombs School of Business that serves the student body with programs and events. UBC is known as the umbrella organization for all other McCombs Affiliated Student Organizations (MASOs), and an exceptionally close-knit organization for 101 members. UBC serves to improve the opportunity of all business students by hosting events and professional programs, promoting leadership, advancing relations between faculty and students, and coordinating business school activities



Established in the Spring of 2004, the Association of Latino Professionals For America at the University of Texas at Austin is now moving into its 14th year on campus and continues to provide leadership avenues and opportunities for personal, professional, and social growth. The organization provides a national network of diverse professionals to enhance professional development while cultivating strong academics and a genuine respect for community service. At a national level, ALPFA has become the largest professional organization dedicated to the advancement of aspiring minority professionals, with membership recently surpassing 72,000 members.