Venture Capital Investment Competition

The Venture Capital Investment Competition (VCIC) offers MBA students a first-hand opportunity to learn about venture capital funding. Participating students act as venture capitalists (VCs) who have money to invest in a startup venture. Students assess investment opportunities presented by actual startups and then pitch an investment strategy to the judges who are themselves venture capitalists.

Founded at UNC in 1998, VCIC is an internationally-recognized program that attracts 175 venture capitalists, 125 entrepreneurs, and 1,200 MBA students from 60 top business schools around the world.

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The Entrepreneurship and Venture Capital Club (EVC Club)

The Entrepreneurship and Venture Capital Club (EVC Club) offers resources including events and workshops to MBA students interested in careers in early-stage companies. Sponsored by the Eship Center, EVC Club connects students with a high-powered alumni network of successful entrepreneurs, venture capitalists, and executives.

The Entrepreneurship Center and EVC Club work closely together to offer the Fellowship Summer Internship Program for MBA students interested in pursuing a dynamic career as a founder, funder, growth executive, or early joiner at a startup.

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