Deadline: January 13, 2023 00:00 CET| Apply here
Eligibility: any currently enrolled student, graduate or undergraduate, in a school of business, communications or journalism who is pursuing a degree (full-time or part-time) is eligible to participate.
Page Student Case Study Competition 2023
In order to advance its mission of strengthening the enterprise leadership role of the chief communications officer and emphasizing the highest professional standards, Page, in alliance with the Institute for Public Relations, conducts an annual competition for the writing of original case studies.
The competition invites students enrolled in a school of business, communication or journalism and who are pursuing a degree that is focused on corporate communications and the practice of public relations.
Student authors of winning entries and their faculty advisors are awarded cash prizes and recognized by the nation’s leading corporate communications executives.
- First Place: student $5,000 | faculty advisor $750
- Second Place: student $3,000 | faculty advisor $500
- Third Place: student $2,000 | faculty advisor $250
- Communication: student $1,000 | Faculty Advisor $200
All entries from schools of Communication/Journalism will be considered for the Honorary Communications Case Award.
- Business: student $1,000 | faculty advisor $200
All entries from schools of business will be considered for the Honorary Business Case Award.
- International: student $1,000 | faculty advisor $200
Any self-identifying entry submitted from a school of business, communications or journalism outside of the United States is eligible for the honorary award in the International Category.
Jack Koten Case Study Award
In addition to a cash prize, the First Place winner will receive the Jack Koten Page Principles Case Study Award.
The winning students are invited to the annual Awards Ceremony held each year at the Page Society’s Spring Seminar in New York.
This is your chance to be recognized by the country’s leading corporate communications executives and be featured on the Page podcast, The New CCO.
Interested in applying for the Page Student Case Study Competition 2023? Register your participation by following the registration link and taking the suggested steps.