Case Coordination

Jul 29, 2017 | ExplorAsia

The second committee we will take a closer look at is Case Coordination. This committee is responsible for the cases that each participant has to do. They gather them from companies and the univerisity, then assign one to each student and then keep coordinating them. This way there will be good communication between the company and the student at all times.

This casework is beneficial for the companies because they can outsource work that they may not have the right people available for. Also we will likely do the work for a lower price!

The casework is beneficial for the students because we get practical work experience in a field of interest that we will probably also encounter on the study trip.

At the moment, Case Coordination has been contacting companies, together with Corporate Contact, to find suitable cases for all students. The first case is already in progress! This company had urgent work to do. Coming months Case is going to find cases for everyone and they will support the students until the work is done! Unfortunately, not much details can be given about the content of the specific cases, since it is all confidential information.

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