Monday 08.03. 11:00h-13:00h Workshop PwC Luxembourg Topic: How data management is transforming tax compliance and consulting jobs


In today’s business world, digital disruption can transform an industry overnight. The “essential eight” technologies (augmented reality, drones, virtual reality, the Internet of Things, robots, blockchain, and artificial intelligence) are driving rapid cross-functional innovation and leading to smarter organizations. At the same time, customers are expecting more and more personalized interactions with technology." Our session will aim to focus on how the business of PwC is impacted by this digitalization.

Tuesday 09.03.  11:00h-12:30h Workshop Qualtrics Topic: Survey Experience


This engaging workshop will test and broaden your business skills. The workshop will be centred around the Quality Fast Food (QFF) industry which is declining and how to attract new consumers. In teams, with guidance from Qualtrics, you will create a unique, single survey experience to collect the data needed. As well as this you will use your intuition to explore ways to attract the younger demographics (16-24) with different or new options. In your teams create a plan that includes a Qualtrics survey, how it will be implemented, and a pitch to QFF. This is a great opportunity to gain experience in real-world business situations!

Wednesday 10.03. 16:00h-18:00h PwC Luxembourg Topic: How Covid accelerated the digitalization of companies in the financial sector


“New technologies don't disrupt business models; it's what organizations do with these new technologies that disrupts business models and enables new ones." Big Data MBA - Bill Schmarzo. COVID-19 has had a tremendous impact on the business world and new technologies have played a key role in this change. The landscape of industries have been shaken and the companies that managed to survive and thrive through this crisis were the ones that successfully embraced new technologies.

Thursday 11.03 9:00h-10:00h Workshop Celonis


This session will go over the basics of data mining, such as building analyses and process automation. The interactive presentation will introduce you to both soft and technical skills that are crucial in today’s business world. It is required for those wanting to participate in the case competition, but it is open to everyone!

Saturday 13.03. 10:00h-14:00h Celonis Case Competition: Data & Process mining

→ What is the Case Study about?

This case study serves as a 3-hour advanced level case for process mining and the Celonis intelligent business cloud.

What does this mean?

The competition consists of three mini-tasks which you will tackle in teams of 3 to 4 and later present to the panel of judges. Through the prep workshop and the recap at the start of the case competition you will learn very valuable skills such as how to build and interpret analysis, and about analyst perspective. The panel of judges will include a representative from Celonis as well as some of our professors from Maastricht University!

Every participant will receive a certificate and their name will be put into a raffle for the chance to win a big prize. The winners will receive a €50 cash prize as well as SCOPE Merchandise!

In order to participate in the case competition, you will need to sign up for a quick 1-hour workshop with Celonis on Thursday 11/3. In case this conflicts with your schedule, we will provide a link to a recorded version after the session. In case you are interested in the topic, you can also complete the 20-hour Analyst track at this link: