Wizz Air launches youth competition

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Low cost carrier Wizz Air, which boasts three bases across the former Yugoslavia, has launched the third Wizz Youth Challenge, an international case study competition for university and college students from across the region. The competition provides an opportunity for the next generation of managers to gain professional experience by addressing a real-life business issue. The main prize of the competition is unlimited travel on the Wizz network for one year. Teams of up to four possessing an active BA/BSc or MA/MSc student status at a university or college from a country within Wizz Air’s network of destinations can register for the aviation and marketing related competition until September 2, 2019. The case study will be released on September 2. Further details and the application form can be found here.


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  1. God bless Wizz Air! They have allowed so many people to travel thanks to their affordable tickets!

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  2. On the other hands low cost carriers treat their employees like slaves and don't care much about travelers... they are also ask for a lot of public money in the countries from where they fly (more specificaly Ryanair, but that might apply to Wizzair as well)....

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    1. It's a risk many are willing to take especially those who couldn't afford to travel in the past.

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    2. Unlike flag carriers in Exyu who have never received a single cent from the government.

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  3. Youth only? Ageism!

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    1. Bill Franke is not exactly young. Federer can beat all players in their twenties. Why restrict based on age?

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    2. Exactly, same like when they have calls only for women. No one should be discriminated and Wizz Air should know better.

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  4. Congratulations to CORVINUS Business School faculty colleagues who actually power and fly this international academic competition!

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