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Audit Innovation Campus Challenge 

The Audit Innovation Campus Challenge provides participating students with an opportunity to leverage their skills and experience through practical application by responding to a reality-based challenge statement.

This isn’t the usual student case competition.

It’s innovative. It’s real world. It’s the future of audit.

Deloitte is shaping audit of the future. We believe an audit is more than an obligation for our clients. It’s an opportunity to help clients see further and deeper into their business. Our commitment to transforming the audit using innovative solutions is continuously evolving the way we execute audit & assurance services. By harnessing these capabilities, we are elevating quality, providing insights, and delivering a differentiated audit.

Deloitte’s breakthrough technology applications, from analytics to artificial intelligence, are redefining the way an audit is conducted. We are constantly striving not only to implement the newest capabilities, but to anticipate and help shape the next generation of innovative solutions. With the Audit Innovation Campus Challenge, Deloitte is helping to close the audit innovation skills gap and helping to prepare the next generation of auditors by engaging students in real world experiences.

Learn more about Deloitte Audit & Assurance services, fueled by innovation.

Challenge overview

The school teams (one team per school) will have four weeks to respond to a challenge statement, which is released in the fall. Each school will have a team of four to six students, plus a Deloitte advisor, campus recruiter, and faculty advisor to support the teams as they work towards developing a response, which they will submit to an evaluation panel on November 6th, 2020. The fall finalists (up to 12 school teams) will be invited to participate in the National Competition which will begin March 1, 2021.

Audit Innovation Challenge

Sponsored by Deloitte Services LP and the Deloitte Foundation

The Deloitte Foundation, founded in 1928, is a not-for-profit organization that supports education in the US through a variety of initiatives that help develop the talent of the future and their influencers and promote excellence in teaching, research and curriculum innovation. The Foundation sponsors an array of national programs relevant to a variety of professional services, benefitting middle/high school students, undergraduates, graduate students, and educators. Learn more about the Deloitte Foundation.

Registration

Registration for the 2020 AICC is now closed.

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2020 challenge results

2020 national finalists

Villanova University
Rutgers University
Texas A&M University
Indiana University
University of Washington
University of Missouri
University of Mississippi
Baruch College
Kansas State University
University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
Gonzaga University
Howard University

Competition rules, guidelines, and eligibility

Learn more about the rules and guidelines for the Audit Innovation Campus Challenge by clicking on the link below:

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