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A glimpse into Cerebration

Cerebration is the

world’s largest business case competition
organised annually by the
National University of Singapore (NUS) Business School
.

Now in its 11th year, Cerebration is a global competition where MBAs from business schools worldwide, build comprehensive and innovative solutions to real-world business challenges experienced by our corporate and industry partners.

Innovation in Cerebration

This year being the 50th anniversary of not just the NUS Business School, but also Singapore as a nation, Cerebration highlights what has been the guiding beacon for the nation this far: Innovation. Singapore continues to lead the pathway to innovation in Asia with initiatives such as Smart Nation vision, and NUS Business School has always been at the forefront of this path. With Cerebration's focus on innovation this year, we reiterate the guiding principles that have played a major role in the business school's achievements this far.

What is unique about Cerebration?

This true-to-life exercise provides a distinctive opportunity to MBA students from all over the world to truly engage with organisations and make meaningful impact to real-world problems faced by these industry leaders. Not only this, Cerebration will sponsor the semi-finalists to come to Singapore, the strategic heart of Asia and one of the most diverse economies in the world, not just to compete, but also to have an opportunity to build global networks.


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History

First held in 2005, Cerebration is in its 11th year currently and is the largest business case competition in the world with more than 600 teams from all over the world signing up for the event last year. This year, the NUS Business School celebrates its 50th anniversary with Cerebration promising to be even bigger and better.

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Sponsors

Principal & Case Sponsor

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Case Sponsor

Daimler Financial Services

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Event Sponsors

Jotun and TWC

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