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University of Montana Student, Christopher Chew Earns Second Place In International Business Competition

December 10, 2013View for printing

More than 1,600 students from all over the world recently competed in the semiannual Capsim Challenge to see who has the corporate intellect to be a winning CEO. Christopher Chew, a University of Montana School of Business Administration student rose to the top of the competition, taking second place in the Foundation challenge.

Students from more than 280 universities competed in the online challenge, in which participants manage a simulation of a multimillion-dollar company. The simulation challenge is a global online competition held in the spring and fall semester each year. The competitions are open to all students who have used a Capsim business simulation in their university or two-year college course in the previous 12 months.

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