Sprott DECA is open to all Sprott students, and give an excellent starting point to be in Sprott Competes for first and second year Sprott students.
To find out more about Sprott DECA, visit them on Instagram @sprottdeca
The John Molson Undergraduate Case Competition (JMUCC) is an annual, multi-round case competition, organized by a committee of students from the John Molson School of Business at Concordia University held every Spring. JMUCC is open to all 3rd and 4th year BCom and BIB students. NOTE: As with all case competitions, participants must either be enrolled in BUSI 3800 (Fall term) or have previously completed the course. Team selection begins in November. Weekly training sessions and practices take place in December, January and February to prepare for competition.
To find out more, visit the JMUCC website.
Students on the JDCC academic team showcase their business acumen and presentation skills in front of a panel of industry professionals as they analyze a case and present solutions to real life issues faced by real organizations. The academic event includes a parliamentary-style debate challenge along with case analysis competitions in eight categories: Accounting, Entrepreneurship, Business Strategy, Management of Information Systems, Finance, Marketing Management, International Business and Human Resources. There are also teams for Sport activities and Social activities.
Teams for all academic events consist of 3 students, except for Debate, which requires a team of 4.
Any Sprott undergraduate student is eligible to participate. As with all case competitions, participants in the academic component must either be enrolled in BUSI 3800 (Fall term) or have previously completed the course.
For more information about JDCC and the team application process, visit the JDCC Sprott Facebook Page.
The Belgrade Business International Case Competition is an elite international competition featuring teams from 16 of the world’s leading business schools. The event challenges students with a short case (5-hour preparation) and a long case (30-hour preparation). BBICC is open to all 3rd and 4th year BCom and BIB students. NOTE: As with all case competitions, participants must either be enrolled in BUSI 3800 (Fall term) or have previously completed the course. Team selection begins in November. Weekly training sessions and practices take place in December, January, February and March to prepare for competition.
To find out more, visit the BBICC website.
Sponsored by the Network of International Business Schools, the NIBS Worldwide Case Competition focuses on issues related to international business. NIBS attracts entries from top globally-oriented business schools from across the globe. Each school is permitted to enter a single four-person team in the qualifying round, involving an eight-hour case analysis and strategy write-up. The top 16 entrants are then invited to participate in the championship week, held at the host institution in late February or early March. NIBS is open to all 3rd and 4th year business students, with special consideration given to BIB students and BCom students in the international business concentration. NOTE: As with all case competitions, participants must either be enrolled in BUSI 3800 (Fall term) or have previously completed the course.
For information about the competition, visit their website.
The University of Vermont Global Family Enterprise Case Competition (FECC) is all about entrepreneurship. During four rounds of competition, teams work with issues related to small business, with a special emphasis on the challenges facing family-owned enterprises. FECC is open to all 3rd and 4th year BCom and BIB students, with strong preference given to individuals who have taken BUSI 4901 (Managing the Family Enterprise). NOTE: As with all case competitions, participants must either be enrolled in BUSI 3800 (Fall term) or have previously completed the course. Team selection will take place in April. Training sessions with faculty and industry mentors will take place throughout the summer and fall.
To find out more, visit the FECC website or watch this 2015 video featuring a brief glimpse of our 2015 team!
The Inter-Collegiate Business Competition (I.C.B.C.) is Canada’s oldest and longest-running undergraduate business case competition, featuring eight different competitive events in which students can compete. These events are Accounting, Business Policy, Ethics, Debating, Finance, Human Resources, Marketing, and Management of Information Systems. The competition is held annually in Kingston, Ontario in early January and hosted by Queen's University. ICBC is open to all BCom and BIB 3rd and 4th year business students. (Students who will complete their degree requirements in December are eligible to compete.) NOTE: Participants must have previously completed BUSI 3800 or, in exceptional cases, be enrolled in the course during the Fall term. Team selection is done in late March, early April.
Preparation takes place over the summer on a predominantly self-directed basis, with more formal training beginning in September. If a team advances to the final round, additional training takes place in December.
For more information, visit the ICBC website.
The Van Berkom JMSB Small Cap Case Competition is a two-day event, sponsored by Concordia University’s John Molson School of Business and Van Berkom and Associates Inc. Each university is permitted to enter a single team of three or four students, including undergraduate and graduate-level business students. Each university is permitted to enter a single team of three or four students. The qualifying round, which takes place in January, gives teams a week to analyze a case and prepare a written submission. The top nine teams are then invited to the main competition in Montreal, featuring live cases and a simulated analyst call. Teams compete for points in two head-to-head match-ups, with the cumulative total determining the top three winning schools. A total of $6,000 in prize money is awarded annually.
For additional information, visit the JMSB competition website.
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