Since its inception in 2014, ISCC has developed a reputation to become one of the most
highly coveted case competitions in Indonesia, attracting the attention of top ranked
universities from Indonesia, Malaysia, and Hong Kong.
ISCC is a case competition that challenges its participants to think critically in order to produce and pitch an innovative and applicable solution for modern problems. Designed by world class institutions and multinational corporations that encompasses an array of relevant problems of in modern day society.
ISCCs' cases has been highly praised by educators of prominent universities. In proportion to the quality cases, the competition will be judged by local and foreign Industry Experts and professionals
The participants must be an ACTIVE student of the registered university
Each team must consist of students attending the SAME university
Each team must consist of 3 members ONLY
Registration fee of Rp300K (IDR) or $25 (USD) for local and international payments respectively
In the preliminary round, the participants are required to submit the return proposal. The return proposal must contain the answers that the participants derived for the case through online means. From this round, only 10 teams will be selected to move forward to the semi-finals.
This year, ISCC is inviting top speakers to share their knowledge in our seminar. Our seminar will be conducted via zoom and live in YouTube. The participants will receive the opportunity to gain more insight regarding Information Systems and what revolves around the world of IT.
In this round, participants will be given a total of 7 hours to solve an extended case, without any restriction to resources. Participants must submit their solution within the given time frame. The following day, each team will present their solutions in front of a panel of judges.
The results of the final round will determine the winners of the competition. The top 3 teams will compete in a live debate in front of a panel of judges to defend their case, which will be rebutted by the semi-finalists. The participants will also be allowed to ask questions to the opposing teams throughout the debate. Final Debate for the 3 Top Teams will be divided into 3 segments:
5 minutes (per group) Recap of each group’s solution presentation
10 minutes (per group) Adaptive questions by the judges
15 minutes (per group) Each group will be given the opportunity to ask the other groups questions or provide critiques