Inter-University Public Policy Case Competition 2019
The Institute for Public Policy and the Division of Public Policy at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology are hosting the Inter-University Public Policy Case Competition 2019. It provides a hands-on opportunity for students to analyze and resolve real-life public policy problems through case studies.
The Competition is co-organized by the School of Humanities and Social Science, the Division of Social Science, and the Humanities and Social Science Students’ Union of the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology.
All cases for the competition are developed by the Institute for Public Policy and the Division of Public Policy at HKUST. Each case features the background of one pressing public policy challenge that real-life policy makers need to address.
In the Competition, participants will analyze the assigned case studies, prepare responses to the corresponding tasks, deliver pitches, and answer questions.
Preliminary (Late March 2019)
Semi-final (13 April 2019)
Final (13 April 2019)
Full-time sub-degree, undergraduate and postgraduate (taught and research) students from all higher education institutions in Hong Kong are eligible for participation. Eligible students may form a team of 3 to 5 members. Members of the same team must be from the same institution. Each team may consist of members from the same discipline/education level or a variety of disciplines/education levels.
Champion: $6,000 book vouchers
1st runner-up: $4,000 book vouchers
2nd runner-up: $3,000 book vouchers
3rd runner-up: $2,000 book vouchers
Each participating team entered the semi-final round: $500 book vouchers
(Only teams who are shortlisted for the Semi-final but not for the Final will receive the $500 coupons)
For more details, please visit: Case Competition Rules
Registration is now CLOSED.
The deadline of registration is 11:59pm on 20 March 2019 (Hong Kong time).
Organizing Committee, HKUST Inter-University Public Policy Case Competition 2019
Address: Division of Public Policy, Room 4611, Academic Building, Clear Water Bay, Kowloon, Hong Kong
*This Competition is part of the Teaching Development Grant project - "Case Teaching and Learning for Social Science and Public Policy Education" (099H-1718) - at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology.