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  • Tiger Global Case Competition (TGCC)
  • Tiger Global Case Competition (TGCC)

Tiger Global Case Competition (TGCC)

Healthy competition inspires students to do their best – not just good enough. When students compete they will become more inquisitive, research independently, and learn to work with others, thus this embraces 21st century learning skills. Moreover, students will strive to do more than is required. Developing these abilities prepare children for future situations of all kinds.

Engaging in various competitions enhances learning through; improving collaboration, increasing intrinsic motivation, enhancing social and emotional learning, facilitating growth mindsets, improving risk analysis and developing agency etc.

Earlier this year, four senior students entered the Tiger Global Case Competition (TGCC) in the South East Asia region. The TGCC provides students an opportunity to engage in a case study trying to solve real business problems. Unfortunately we did not progress to the next round but our students gained so much from this experience. The students have shared their experience with us.
Kayden Owee: “This competition was definitely an enriching experience for me. I gained more industry-ready knowledge through stepping into the shoes of a CEO and tackling real-world business’ challenges, applying collaboration skills and problem solving skills. I also acquired many presentation tactics through remote mentorship held under these competitions. Although we did not win this case competition, I definitely benefited a great deal from this experience.”

Yu Yien Khoo: “Participating in the TGCC was an eye opening experience. It allowed me to hone my research and organisational skills as we had to conduct in depth research and analysis on the given case study and compile them into a presentation. Through this competition, I was able to apply business concepts to gain a greater understanding of the operations of real world companies.”

Belle See: “The Tiger Global Case Competition taught me a lot about Business as well as about myself. I learned to do research and derive the necessary data to make educated judgments; through the application of theoretical knowledge in real life, I was able to understand Business much better. I had to manage my time and work with my teammates in order to produce the best results. Although we did not advance in the competition, I am really proud of what we accomplished and look forward to joining similar competitions in the future.