Warsaw Negotiation Round 2014

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When is it? April 4-7, 2014

Where is it? Warsaw, Poland

Who can apply? Teams of 3 students

How much does it cost? €150 + cost of travel to/from Warsaw (accommodations + board provided by competition organizers) – remember, subsidies from Rotman may be available!

How can I apply? Apply though the competition website http://warsawnegotiationround.com by January 29th and email gbccompetitions@rotman.utoronto.ca with your team information

What’s it about? The Warsaw Negotiation Round is the international negotiation tournament, which is going to be held on April 4-7, 2014 in Warsaw, Poland.
The Warsaw Negotiation Round 2014 is the fifth edition of Central Europe’s first and one of the few worldwide international negotiation competitions for students representing leading law and business schools from all over the world. It is organized by Student Scientific Association “Negotiator” of Warsaw School of Economics. The event will take place at the leading business school in Poland – Warsaw School of Economics.

The tournament lasts 3 days, beginning on Friday with official opening at our university Warsaw School of Economics, and ends on Sunday with official banquet. Twelve teams participate in The WNR. Each consists of three members. To take part in The Warsaw Negotiation Round, you are asked to fill application form and sent it to us together with the CV’s of all members of your team in English and the motivation letter.
Warsaw Negotiation Round consists of four rounds, which are treated as qualification to the final round. The Jury consists of experts on negotiation and communication, special guests and the author of the scenario. The Jury grades the negotiation skills of the participants and the terms of the reached agreement.

Negotiating teams have the opportunity to compare and improve their negotiation skills by dealing with realistic business scenarios. These skills are crucial in the day-to-day business environment. The tournament encourages negotiating teams to prove their team spirit, as well as the ability to work under pressure. Due to the tournament’s global character, participants have the opportunity to meet and share experiences with fellow students from other countries and cultures.

Where can I find more info? Lots of information is available through the competition website – http://warsawnegotiationround.com. Also, email gbccompetitions@rotman.utoronto.ca if you have any questions!

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