- The AUBCC rules have been developed with an understanding of a commitment from the organising committee, competing teams and advisors to a competition based on fair play, honesty and trust.
- The rules are to set clear standards, processes and to ensure equity for all teams in all aspects of the competition, including access to resources and preparation.
- The competition consists of 16 teams.
- There will be three preliminary rounds of competition.
- Results will be announced at the completion of each of the preliminary rounds.
- The four highest scoring teams across the three preliminary rounds will compete in a Final Round of competition.
- The results of the preliminary rounds are not considered in determining the results of the Final Round of competition.
- The detailed format and conditions of each round of the competition will be provided at a briefing on the opening day of the competition.
- Participants are expected to participate in all organised activities.
- Each team will consist of four team members, and a faculty advisor.
- Participants must be over 18 and under 25 years of age as at the first day of competition.
- Participants must be enrolled full time in an undergraduate bachelor’s degree program. Students enrolled in a double/combined bachelors and master’s degree program may not have enrolled in any master’s level units.
- Participants may be enrolled in a double bachelor’s degree but cannot have been awarded any component of that degree. Participants enrolled in a top up honours degree are permitted.
- Participants must be full degree students at the university and may not be study abroad or exchange students.
- Participants must not have previously competed in the Australian Undergraduate Business Case Competition.