CUHK Business School team wins dual championships at Corvinus Undergraduate Business Experience 2024

A team of four undergraduate students from the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) Business School, Ivan Cheung (GBS, Year 3), Anson Kee (GBS, Year 3), Bowie Mock (GBS, Year 2) and Sally Ng (GBS, Year 2), recently took part in the Corvinus Undergraduate Business Experience (CUBE) 2024 in Budapest, Hungary, taking home two championship titles after multiple rounds of presentations.

The prestigious week-long event, hosted by Corvinus University of Budapest in collaboration with Corvinus Case Track Community, provided a valuable platform for high-calibre students from 16 top business institutions worldwide to connect and exchange knowledge. The competition consisted of three cases focusing on businesses in Hungary and the European region, allowing all participants to broaden their horizons beyond home.

Despite encountering initial uncertainties and challenges with a case in the trust and safety industry, the team’s dedicated efforts and client-centric solutions impressed the panel of judges, leading them to secure the championship titles in both the two-week and seven-hour case presentations.

In addition to achieving remarkable results in the competition, the team also formed lasting friendships with fellow participants from around the world and had the opportunity to explore Budapest, enjoying its captivating architecture and delectable cuisine.


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Let us hear the sharing from the champion team below:

Ivan Cheung (GBS, Year 3)
“I am still mesmerised by the moment when everyone gave their full attention to our final presentation on stage. It substantially bolstered my confidence. This experience taught me that cracking cases is not about throwing out creative solutions. Instead, it’s about learning the company’s capabilities and situation and customising a solution for them.”


Anson Kee (GBS, Year 3)
“I am very grateful that our devotion to the competition paid off, not only with the awards but also with valuable learnings in case-solving and exposure to industries we had never heard of before, such as the trust and safety industry. Throughout the competitions, we supported and encouraged other peers from various universities, forming genuine friendships”


Bowie Mock (GBS, Year 2)
“The unique aspect of case solving set CUBE apart from other competitions. Each of the intense and challenging cases was presented with distinct backgrounds and themes. The exceptional networking opportunities allowed me to connect with talented minds from diverse nationalities and learn from their case-solving approaches.”


Sally Ng (GBS, Year 2)
“The challenging cases have been intellectually stimulating and exciting to work on, and I truly felt that I’ve improved greatly. It was also an amazing opportunity to form genuine and wholesome friendships with students around the world. The supportive and encouraging environment, even among competitors, was invaluable to me.”