Case Study Pages:
Bringing experience to future leaders: The Student Challenge
This Case Study discusses the development, launch and promotion of the Institute's annual Student Challenge, explaining how and why the Challenge was developed, the benefits this brings to both the Institute and participants, and how the Challenge works.
As a result of reading this Case Study, students should be able to:
- Discuss how the Institute engages and motivates students
- Describe the importance of corporate social responsibility to stakeholders
- Understand different promotional strategies and their application
Scattered throughout Australia right now are more than 100,000 of our future business leaders.
The Institute saw a need for an important target audience with undergraduate, accounting, business and finance students, to help them learn from, and connect to the accounting profession.
In this day and age, running a business is not just about the bottom line.
The Institute commissioned market research which showed that we had the opportunity to help students develop their practical skills.
The Student Challenge enables young, aspiring Australians to gain real-life experience of the dynamic work undertaken by Chartered Accountants around the globe on a daily basis.
Why was the Student Challenge developed?
Why a not-for-profit?
The development and launch process