Challenge Your Friends and Compete Against Your Colleagues in TEXATA 2017
What are TEXATA Private Leagues?
Private Leagues are a way for TEXATA competitors to see how they compare against others in their Company or University. If you select to be part of Private League during the TEXATA registration process, you will receive extra data in your TEXATA Results Email showing you how you rank compared to the other competitors in your Private League.
How It Works – Choose Your Private League
When registering for TEXATA 2017 (Round 1 is September 30, 2017), participants simply choose to opt-in to their company league (for professionals) or university league (for students) – and will be notified of their relative ranking at the completion of TEXATA 2017. It’s a confidential way for people to build their careers, celebrate and learn with work colleagues and benchmark financial analysis talents to improve in future years. From accounting firms to banks and small enterprises, it’s a fun way to learn and push boundaries with your peers.
Who Can See My Ranking?
Your confidentiality is important to us. Rest assured that only you will be notified of your ranking within the Private League. If you don’t want to participate in your company or university private league, simply don’t choose the option. Private company or university rankings will strictly only be made available to that individual.
My company/university isn’t listed. What do I do?
Not a problem. We have just listed some of the more commonly featured institutions who compete in TEXATA. Offices and teams within SMEs are equally encouraged to participate in Private Leagues. Simply email us at email@example.com to arrange a Private League. We will create the League ID for your institution provided there is sufficient interest amongst your colleagues and cohort.
Keep it fun – Invite your colleagues to join the 2017 TEXATA celebration
Company Leagues – Professionals
|BOA||Bank of America|
|EY||Ernst & Young|
University Leagues – Students
|ANU||Australian National University||Australia|
|CAL||California Institute of Technology (Caltech)||United States|
|CMU||Carnegie Mellon University||United States|
|COL||Columbia University||United States|
|COR||Cornell University||United States|
|CUHK||Chinese University of Hong Kong||Hong Kong|
|HVD||Harvard University||United States|
|HKST||Hong Kong University of Science and Technology||Hong Kong|
|ICL||Imperial College London||United Kingdom|
|IIM||Indian Institute of Management||India|
|IIT||Indian Institute of Technology||India|
|KSBL||Karachi School for Business and Leadership||Pakistan|
|LSE||London School of Economics and Political Science||United Kingdom|
|MIT||Massachusetts Institute of Technology||United States|
|NTU||Nanyang Technological University||Singapore|
|NUS||National University of Singapore||Singapore|
|NYU||New York University||United States|
|PRNC||Princeton University||United States|
|OXF||Oxford University||United Kingdom|
|SFD||Stanford University||United States|
|UC||University of California||United States|
|UCAM||University of Cambridge||United Kingdom|
|UCHI||University of Chicago||United States|
|UMEL||University of Melbourne||Australia|
|UPEN||University of Pennsylvania||United States|
|USC||University of Southern California||United States|
|USYD||University of Sydney||Australia|
|UTS||University of Technology Sydney||Australia|
|UT||University of Texas||United States|
|UOT||University of Tokyo||Japan|
|UTOR||University of Toronto||Canada|
|WSE||Warsaw School of Economics||Poland|
|WSTL||Washington University in St Louis||United States|
|YALE||Yale University||United States|