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A chance for university and high school students to improve their Excel and logical thinking skills, have fun and meet like-minded people from all over the world. 

We’ll provide various exciting game tasks in Excel and give 2 hours to solve them! The strategy is completely up to you.

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Split into 8 different categories, awarded to the finalists

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We publish the rankings - get recognized by the top companies and land a great job!

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Join individually or form a team of up to 3 people from your school! There are prizes for both.

Come to Live Finals

In-person live finals in Tucson, Arizona, USA. All costs are covered and you get a chance to meet like-minded people from all over the world!

Learn Excel

You'll start out with a Training Ground to learn more of Excel and only then move into the competition rounds! All tasks and answers will be provided later too. 

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All students who complete the training exercises, Round 1 and Round 2 will earn a completion certificate. Put it in your CV and update your LinkedIn profile !

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Training Ground

Sep 14 - Oct 6

Before the actual competition, we’ll provide you with 3 tasks to solve on your own time – no rankings, no points, no stress. You will receive task walk-through videos from one of the organizers! Sign up at any time before October 6 to receive access.

Round 1

Oct 8 - Oct 9

Saturday – Sunday. Choose when you are the most alert and finish the tasks in 2 hours. Participate individually or in a team!

What’s the difference? Form a team if you want to try out the challenge and work with your friends, but join individually if you’re looking for bigger prizes! 😎

Round 2

Oct 15

The clock is ticking – in this round, you’ll have to solve the tasks during a 2-hour window.

Finals

Dec 3

This is your chance to meet your peers at in-person LIVE finals in Tucson, Arizona, USA! The event will be live streamed in an Esports format and you’ll get the full Excel Esports experience. All event, travel, accomodation and catering costs are covered by the organizers*.

* In total, top 30 individual participants, top 5 teams and 5 schools with the most sign ups are invited to the live finals – accommodation, catering and conference costs are covered, however, travel to Tucson, Arizona, USA is not included.  For the top 10 individual participants, 2 teams (1 top USA team and 1 international team) and 2 universities/schools with the most sign ups (1 from USA and 1 international), full costs are covered, including travel, catering, accommodation, conference costs. 

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MICROSOFT EXCEL COLLEGIATE CHALLENGE 

COMPETITION RULES

(hereinafter referred to as the “Rules”)

These Rules are effective from August 24, 2022. All previous rules are canceled, null and void.

Please read these Competition Rules carefully, all parts of these Rules apply to participation in the Microsoft Excel Collegiate Challenge. You should review all our legal documents before participating in any Competition. If you do not accept these Rules or any of our legal documents, do not use the Website or participate in any Competition.

  1. The Event
    • Microsoft Excel Collegiate Challenge (hereinafter – the Competition) is a series of competitions for university students in Microsoft Excel, data analysis, business analysis and Excel modeling. During the Competition, the overall Rankings are calculated and updated, based on the participant’s performance.
    • The Competition will take place from September 14, 2022, until December 3, 2022. It is expected that further competitions in a similar format will take place in later semesters as well. The rules for these possible upcoming competitions will be announced separately.
    • The Competition is jointly organized by the Financial Modeling World Cup (hereinafter – FMWC) and Eller College of Management (hereinafter – Eller). Jointly, both companies hereinafter will be called “the Organizers”.
    • The key goal of the Competition is to promote the educational aspect of Microsoft Excel, data analysis, business analysis and Excel modeling. The organizers’ goal is to ensure that all the participants improve their knowledge and skills by solving case studies and reviewing the correct answers provided by the Organizers.
    • The Competition is open to any student regardless of age, gender, race, place of living or any other limiting factor. While all students are welcome to participate in all online aspects of the competition, some students may be restricted from participating in the in-person finals event in Tucson, AZ, and thus may not be eligible for prizes. The Organizers will follow guidelines from the United States State Department, the University of Arizona, and corporate sponsors in determining any such restrictions.
    • Participants can apply for the competition either individually or as a team of 2-3 people from the same university or school. Team rankings will be calculated separately from the individual rankings.
    • All individuals and Teams are welcome to enter the competition, but only individuals and Teams from degree-granting institutions can qualify for the finals.
    • Partner Schools have coordinated with the Organizers to provide support for the Competition and to select a Team of participants to attend the in-person Finals in Tucson, Arizona. If your school is interested in being a Partner School in future competitions, please reach out to the Organizers.
  2. Competition Stages and Dates
    • The Competition will take place on the following dates:
      • Training Period: September 14 – October 5, 2022
      • Round 1: October 8 – October 9, 2022
      • Round 2: October 15, 2022 (4:00-6:00 PM UTC)
      • In-Person Live Finals: December 3, 2022 (Tucson, AZ).
    • Future Competition dates shall be announced and posted on the Competition Website, approximately around February 1, 2023.
    • The competition organizers reserve the right to change the dates of Rounds at their sole discretion (to accommodate for international holidays, etc.).
    • If a date of a Round changes, a Notice shall be provided on the Competition Website.
  3. Competition Tasks
    • The Competition consists of Questions and Case Studies (hereinafter – Tasks). All the Tasks will be related to Microsoft Excel, data analysis, business analysis and Excel modeling.
    • The Tasks will be published on the examination platform arranged by FMWC (hereinafter – Examination Platform). The participants will be required to download the tasks and submit their answers on the Examination Platform. Training Period Tasks may utilize a different platform (hereafter – Training Platform).
    • The Questions will be either Multiple Choice or Type-In format. No essay-type questions will be included in the Competition.
    • The Case Studies will provide a range of real-life problems solvable through the use of Microsoft Excel, data analysis, business analysis and Excel modeling.
    • The Case Studies shall be structured as 1 (one) to 5 (five) pages per Case.
      • Each Case will include a number of Questions, typically between 4 (four) and 20 (twenty).
      • The complexity of the Questions will vary, with more complex questions awarding more points if answered correctly.
      • The Question format is not standardized and could potentially be multiple-choice, number type-in or other.
    • To correctly solve the Case Studies, the Participants will need to answer the questions, and produce and submit Excel models on the Examination Platform.
      • Participants may be provided a template for the Excel file or may be required to produce their work from scratch.
    • Definitions of industry-specific terms and country-specific terms and ratios will be provided as required.
    • Model formatting and style will not be judged in the Competition.
    • After a Round is complete and the results have been published, possible solutions to the Case Studies and correct answers to the Questions will become available within a reasonable time.
      • Cases and solutions from previous Rounds will be provided for free.
      • For non-participants, the Cases and solutions may be sold separately on the FMWC website.
    • Sample Cases are available on the Competition Website.
  4. Competition Format
    • The Training Period will take place online on the Training Platform from Wednesday, September 14, 2022, until Wednesday, October 5, 2022. Participants will be able to complete the case studies and submit their answers with no time constraints and can submit their answers multiple times to improve their position on published leader boards. Submission of case study answers during the Training Period is a requirement to receive the Completion Certificate (see section 11). Training period results will not affect the overall rankings.
    • Round 1 will take place online on the Examination Platform from Saturday, October 8, 2022, until Sunday, October 9, 2022. In Round 1, participants will only have 2h to complete the case studies. Here, the 2h Timeframe begins upon the Participant opting to begin the Competition on the Examination Platform within the overall timeframe of Round 1. Please note that all Examination Platform sessions will be automatically closed at the deadline, even if the 2h countdown will not have run out.
      • The 2h Timeframe takes into account:
        • Downloading all relevant Tasks,
        • Reading and analyzing the Tasks,
        • Creation of financial models,
        • Completing the relevant answers for Tasks,
        • Submitting.
      • All participants will qualify to compete in Competition Round 2.
    • Round 2 will take place online on the Examination Platform on October 15, 2022. All participants will be completing the case studies simultaneously from 4 PM – 6 PM (UTC+0). As in Round 1, participants will have 2h to complete all case studies and submit their answers.
      • The top 30 performing individual participants (based on the total points earned in Round 1 and Round 2) will qualify for the in-person finals. The top 10 finishers will have airfare reimbursed (up to $800 domestic and $1,800 international). All top 30 participants will have hotel accommodations provided and there are no conference expenses for participants.
      • The top 5 performing Teams (based on the total points earned in Round 1 and Round 2) will qualify for the in-person finals. The top United States (US) Team and top non-US teams will have airfare reimbursed (up to $800 domestic and $1,800 international). All top 5 Team participants will have hotel accommodations provided and there are no conference expenses to participants.
      • One team from each Partner School (formed by the Partner School at the Partner School’s discretion) will have hotel accommodations provided to all participants and there are no conference expenses to participants.
    • The In-Person Finals will take place in Tucson, Arizona at the Eller College of Management and the University of Arizona Esports Arena (hereinafter – “Arena”) on December 3, 2022, and will be streamed on the FMWC YouTube channel. This will be a full-day event. The specific plan for the day will be published later.
      • Testing will take place privately at the Eller College of Management (in the morning) and publicly at the Arena (in the afternoon). In the Arena, the participants will be required to share their screens with viewers that will be able to spectate the modeling performed by the finalists. Participants must provide their own hardware and software to be used in the morning. In the Arena, Participants may bring in their own hardware setup that they are accustomed to, to improve their performance. The Organizers will provide details to finalists on the existing hardware in the Arena.
      • If participants are not able or willing to take part in the Finals, they might be substituted with other participants, and they will not qualify for prize money.
  5. Points System
    • Point system for Training Period:
      • Training period results will not affect the overall rankings. Top results may be reported on leader boards with participants’ names and schools.
    • Points system for Round 1:
      • The total number of points available for correctly solving all the Tasks is 1,000 points. Additional extra point bonuses could be introduced by the organizers (e.g., extra 100 points for answering an additional extra-hard question).
      • If a participant solves all the cases before the 2h deadline, a bonus mark of 10 points is awarded for each full minute saved. To get the bonus marks, it is required that at least 90% of regular points are scored.
    • Points system for Round 2:
      • The total number of points available for correctly solving all the Tasks at each round is 1,000 points. Additional extra point bonuses could be introduced by the organizers (e.g., extra 100 points for answering an additional extra-hard question).
      • If a participant solves all the cases before the 2h deadline, a bonus mark of 10 points is awarded for each full minute saved. To get the bonus marks, it is required that at least 90% of regular points are scored.
    • Finals:
      • During the morning competition (not publicly broadcast), the total number of points available for correctly solving all the Tasks is 1,000 points. Participants will qualify for the public Esports Arena finals based on their morning scores. Details on the scoring of the finals will be published later.
    • After the Round is over, the participants will have to upload their financial models. If this is not done upon completion of the participant’s work, the participant’s results might be annulled.
  6. Case Design Team
    • The Case Design Team is responsible for the Case content creation for the competition and consists of Eller College professors, FMWC organizers and leading participants at FMWC professional competition.
  7. Rankings
    • The Competition utilizes an internal Ranking System which is based on the Participants’ performance.
    • The Ranking System is unbiasedly handled, calculated and updated on the Website by the Organizers, based upon defined criteria.
    • All rankings and decisions relating to rankings are strictly at the discretion of the organizers, who are under no obligation to disclose any decision-making processes.
    • Participants will be ranked based on the total number of points.
    • As it is expected that there will be further editions of the Competition, the rankings might be further expanded to accommodate the results of these future tournaments.
    • Regional subsets of Rankings will be published, e.g., regional rankings:
      • Africa,
      • Asia/Pacific (including Australia),
      • Europe,
      • South/Latin America,
      • North America (US & Canada).
    • Upon completion of each Round, updated Rankings will be published.
      • The Rankings will be updated on a regular and reasonable basis.
      • The information which will be published includes:
        • The full list of participants,
        • Rank,
        • University,
        • Enrollment (Bachelor’s, Master’s) and Year of studies (Year 1, Year 2 or Year 3+),
        • Region of the participant,
        • Country of the participant,
        • The number of points scored,
        • Recent photograph (only for top performers).
        • Major
    • The Participant names outside the Top 30% will not be published (only ID numbers, received in an email).
    • Team Rankings will be calculated separately from the individual rankings.
  8. Tiebreakers & Draws
    • Tiebreakers after Round 2:
      • After Round 2, tiebreakers will be calculated only for the participants that are on the borderline of qualifying for the Finals.
      • In the event 2 or more Participants have an equal number of points in the Rankings, in determining the higher-ranked Participant, the following is taken into consideration:
        • The participant with fewer incorrect answers: the lowest total point value of incorrect answers (i.e., fewer guess attempts).
        • The highest amount of Time Saved during Round 2 (submitting answers before the 2h deadline).
        • The participant with fewer incorrect answers in all previous Rounds combined.
        • Best Current Form. The participant with the best result in Round 1 will be ranked higher.
      • If still the Participants remain tied, then a Draw is announced, and both Participants proceed to the Finals.
    • Finals:
      • In the case of tiebreakers in Finals, the higher-ranking Participant will be the one who scored the final amount of points first.
  9. Participation Price
    • Participation in the Competition is free of charge.
    • The costs of the competition will be covered by the Organizers and the Sponsors.
    • The Organizers reserve the right to decline all or part of any Participation in any Competition entry requested.
  10. Prize Money
      • The total prize fund for the Competition is $30,000 and divided as follows:
        RankingAmount (In United States Dollars, USD)
        Individual: 1st Place$10,000
        Individual: 2nd Place$5,000
        Individual: 3rd Place$2,500
        Individual: 4th Place$1,250
        Individual: 5th Place$750
        Team: 1st Place (prize money per team)$6,000
        Team: 2nd Place (prize money per team)$3,000
        Team: 3rd Place (prize money per team)$1,500
      • The organizers reserve the right to refuse the Prize Money payout if the Participant cannot confirm their enrollment status and identity by submitting a photography of a valid government-issued ID document (only Prize Money recipients can be asked to confirm their identity).
  11. Completion Certificate
      • Participants who complete all Tasks in the Training Period, Round 1 and Round 2 will be awarded a certificate indicating their complete participation in the Microsoft Excel Collegiate Challenge. Participants must submit all Tasks but are not required to achieve a minimum score to earn the certificate. Certificates will be emailed to students within a reasonable time following the end of Round 2.
  12. Changes in the Rules
      • The Organizers have the right to change these Rules at their sole discretion.

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Top 5

University Name Number of people signed up
1
University of Arizona
231
2
Arizona State University
139
3
Panimalar Engineering College
139
4
Babson College
83
5
Strathmore University
78

If you’re among the 2 universities/schools with the most sign ups (1 from USA and 1 international), you will be able to choose 1 individual participant and 1 team to go to the LIVE finals in Tucson, Arizona. 

Full costs are covered, including travel, catering, accommodation, conference costs. In total, 5 schools with the most sign-ups are invited to the live finals – accommodation, catering and conference costs are covered, however, travel is not.

How are others performing in the Training Ground?

Before the main competition begins, all applicants have the opportunity to complete 3 Training Ground Tasks. These tasks do not award any points for the main competition; however, it’s a good place to start practicing for the big day!

Tasks can be completed many times and the goal is to answer all questions correctly in the shortest time possible.

Follow us for tips, tricks and latest updates:​

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Organizers

The Eller College of Management is the business school within the University of Arizona – a Research I institution and the flagship university of the state of Arizona. Eller is proudly ranked as a top business school with the #1 MIS Public Graduate Program, the #6 Public Master’s in Finance Program, and the #20 Public Undergraduate Business School in the United States.

Financial Modeling World Cup FMWC hosts several educational, fun and exciting competition in Excel platform, such as Excel Esports, Financial Modeling World Cup, and MS Excel Collegiate Challenge. Contestants from more than 60 countries are actively competing and building a community where everybody can learn from each other.

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Want to support future events of this competition?

Contact us at info@fmworldcup.com

  1. What is Microsoft Excel Collegiate Challenge?

Microsoft Excel Collegiate Challenge (hereinafter – the Competition) is a series of competitions for university students in Microsoft Excel, data analysis, business analysis and Excel modeling. During the Competition, the overall Rankings are calculated and updated, based on the participant’s performance.

It is an exciting competition for University and High school students to improve their excel and logical thinking skills, have fun and meet like-minded people from all over the world.

Various Excel-based game tasks would be provided and participants would have 2 hours to solve them.

  1. Who can participate in Microsoft Excel Collegiate Challenge?

The Competition is open to any University and High school student regardless of age, gender, race, place of living or any other limiting factor. While all students are welcome to participate in all online aspects of the competition, some students may be restricted from participating in the in-person finals event in Tucson, AZ, and thus may not be eligible for prizes. The Organizers will follow guidelines from the United States State Department, the University of Arizona, and corporate sponsors in determining any such restrictions.

  1. When will the Microsoft Excel Collegiate Challenge take place?

The Competition will take place from September 14, 2022, until December 3, 2022. It is expected that further competitions in a similar format will take place in later semesters as well. The rules for these possible upcoming competitions will be announced separately.

  1. At what time does each stage begin and end?

The Competition will take place on the following dates:

  • Training Period: September 14 – October 5, 2022
  • Round 1: October 8 – October 9, 2022
  • Round 2: October 15, 2022 (4:00-6:00 PM UTC)
  • In-Person Live Finals: December 3, 2022 (Tucson, AZ)
  1. Where does the Microsoft Excel Collegiate Challenge take place?

Training Sessions, Round 1 and Round 2 will take place online. The In-Person Finals will take place in Tucson, Arizona at the Eller College of Management and the University of Arizona Esports Arena

  1. How can I register for Microsoft Excel Collegiate Challenge?

You can sign up for the challenge by clicking here.

  1. Can I join the competition after the training sessions?

Yes, you can sign up after the completion of training sessions, but you can’t achieve the certificate of participation unless you submit tasks for Training sessions, Round 1 and Round 2.

  1. What is the format of the tasks of the Microsoft Excel Collegiate Challenge?
  • The Training Period will take place online on the Training Platform from Wednesday, September 14, 2022, until Wednesday, October 5, 2022. Participants will be able to complete the case studies and submit their answers with no time constraints and can submit their answers multiple times to improve their position on published leader boards. Submission of case study answers during the Training Period is a requirement to receive the Completion Certificate (see section 11). Training period results will not affect the overall rankings.
  • Round 1 will take place online on the Examination Platform from Saturday, October 8, 2022, until Sunday, October 9, 2022. In Round 1, participants will only have 2h to complete the case studies. Here, the 2h Timeframe begins upon the Participant opting to begin the Competition on the Examination Platform within the overall timeframe of Round 1. Please note that all Examination Platform sessions will be automatically closed at the deadline, even if the 2h countdown will not have run out.
    1. The 2h Timeframe takes into account:
    2. Downloading all relevant Tasks,
    3. Reading and analyzing the Tasks,
    4. Creation of financial models,
    5. Completing the relevant answers for Tasks,
    6. Submitting.

All participants will qualify to compete in Competition Round 2.

  • Round 2 will take place online on the Examination Platform on October 15, 2022. All participants will be completing the case studies simultaneously from 4 PM – 6 PM (UTC+0). As in Round 1, participants will have 2h to complete all case studies and submit their answers.
    1. The top 30 performing individual participants (based on the total points earned in Round 1 and Round 2) will qualify for the in-person finals. The top 10 finishers will have airfare reimbursed (up to $800 domestic and $1,800 international). All top 30 participants will have hotel accommodations provided and there are no conference expenses for participants.
    2. The top 5 performing Teams (based on the total points earned in Round 1 and Round 2) will qualify for the in-person finals. The top United States (US) Team and top non-US teams will have airfare reimbursed (up to $800 domestic and $1,800 international). All top 5 Team participants will have hotel accommodations provided and there are no conference expenses to participants.
    3. One team from each Partner School (formed by the Partner School at the Partner School’s discretion) will have hotel accommodations provided to all participants and there are no conference expenses to participants.
  • The In-Person Finals will take place in Tucson, Arizona at the Eller College of Management and the University of Arizona Esports Arena (hereinafter – “Arena”) on December 3, 2022 and will be streamed on the FMWC YouTube channel. This will be a full-day event. The specific plan for the day will be published later.
    1. Testing will take place privately at the Eller College of Management (in the morning) and publicly at the Arena (in the afternoon). In the Arena, the participants will be required to share their screens with viewers that will be able to spectate the modeling performed by the finalists. Participants must provide their own hardware and software to be used in the morning. In the Arena, Participants may bring in their own hardware setup that they are accustomed to, to improve their performance. The Organizers will provide details to finalists on the existing hardware in the Arena.
    2. If participants are not able or willing to take part in the Finals, they might be substituted with other participants, and they will not qualify for prize money.
  1. When are the results published?

Upon completion of each Round, updated Rankings will be published.

  • The Rankings will be updated on a regular and reasonable basis.
  • The information which will be published includes:
    1. The full list of participants,
    2. Rank,
    3. University,
    4. Enrollment (Bachelor’s, Master’s) and Year of studies (Year 1, Year 2 or Year 3+),
    5. Region of the participant,
    6. Country of the participant,
    7. The number of points scored,
    8. Recent photograph (only for top performers).
    9. Major
  • The Participant names outside the Top 30% will not be published (only ID numbers, received in an email).
  • Team Rankings will be calculated separately from the individual rankings.
  1. How does the point system work?

Point system for Training Period:

  • Training period results will not affect the overall rankings. Top results may be reported on leader boards with participants’ names and schools.

Points system for Round 1:

  • The total number of points available for correctly solving all the Tasks is 1,000 points. Additional extra point bonuses could be introduced by the organizers (e.g., extra 100 points for answering an additional extra-hard question).
  • If a participant solves all the cases before the 2h deadline, a bonus mark of 10 points is awarded for each full minute saved. To get the bonus marks, it is required that at least 90% of regular points are scored.

Points system for Round 2:

  • The total number of points available for correctly solving all the Tasks at each round is 1,000 points. Additional extra point bonuses could be introduced by the organizers (e.g., extra 100 points for answering an additional extra-hard question).
  • If a participant solves all the cases before the 2h deadline, a bonus mark of 10 points is awarded for each full minute saved. To get the bonus marks, it is required that at least 90% of regular points are scored.

Finals:

  • During the morning competition (not publicly broadcast), the total number of points available for correctly solving all the Tasks is 1,000 points. Participants will qualify for the public Esports Arena finals based on their morning scores. Details on the scoring of the finals will be published later.

After the Round is over, the participants will have to upload their financial models. If this is not done upon completion of the participant’s work, the participant’s results might be annulled.

  1. How many points can I earn in a round?

You can earn 1000 points each in Round 1, Round 2 and Final. 100 additional points can be earned by answering a extra hard question in Round 1 and Round 2.

  1. How do rankings and ratings work?
    • The Competition utilizes an internal Ranking System which is based on the Participants’ performance.
    • The Ranking System is unbiasedly handled, calculated and updated on the Website by the Organizers, based upon defined criteria.
    • All rankings and decisions relating to rankings are strictly at the discretion of the organizers, who are under no obligation to disclose any decision-making processes.
    • Participants will be ranked based on the total number of points.
    • As it is expected that there will be further editions of the Competition, the rankings might be further expanded to accommodate the results of these future tournaments.
    • Regional subsets of Rankings will be published, e.g., regional rankings:
  1. Africa,
  2. Asia/Pacific (including Australia),
  3. Europe,
  4. South/Latin America,
  5. North America (US & Canada).
    • Upon completion of each Round, updated Rankings will be published.
    • The Rankings will be updated on a regular and reasonable basis.
    • The information which will be published includes:
      1. The full list of participants,
      2. Rank,
      3. University,
      4. Enrollment (Bachelor’s, Master’s) and Year of studies (Year 1, Year 2 or Year 3+),
      5. Region of the participant,
      6. Country of the participant,
      7. The number of points scored,
      8. Recent photograph (only for top performers).
      9. Major
    • The Participant names outside the Top 30% will not be published (only ID numbers, received in an email).
    • Team Rankings will be calculated separately from the individual rankings.
  1. Will I get the correct solutions for the tasks after the completion

Yes, you will get the solutions of task after the completion of each round.

  1. How much does it cost to participate?

There is no participation fee.