We, at AAU Case Competition, are proud to announce the case company of week 47, 2016!

COWI is a leading consulting group that creates value for customers, people and society through our unique 360° approach.

Based on our world-class competencies within engineering, economics and environmental science, we tackle challenges from many vantage points to create coherent solutions for our customer.

13.000 projects

With offices all over the world, COWI combine global presence with local knowledge to take on projects anywhere in the world – no matter how large or small. At any given moment, they are involved in more than 13,000 projects.

COWI have more than 85 years experience in the business, and COWI is a leader within its field because our more than 6,400 employees are leaders within theirs. Together with its customers, they create coherence in tomorrow’s sustainable societies.


World-class competencies

2015 net turnover was DKKm 5,577. COWI has 210 employees in Aalborg. Among iconic COWI projects is Blue Planet Aquarium (Copenhagen), Stonecutters bridge (Hong Kong), Copenhagen Metro and Musikkens Hus in Aalborg.

We would like to thank COWI for their engagement.

Please visit their website to learn more about the opportunities they bring.

The City Of Tomorrow

This year’s theme is The City Of Tomorrow. How do you create the future cities? How will they look like and more importantly – what should be integrated?

Imagine that we pick a large area in one of the world’s large cities and give qualified students the opportunity to do whatever they like and to put their know-how and skills to form
the City of Tomorrow with other students.  You will have to wait until the case competition days in week 47 for more knowledge about this semesters case.

However, it will be a great challenge, where both your creativity, theoretical skills and practical competencies will be put to the limit. This years case theme fits well with AAU tradition of close cooperation with industry leaders and the problem-based learning every university student is familiar with. This is namely problem-based learning in reality.