January 3-8, 2016
Now Recruiting Executive Assistants! | June 29, 2015
This is your chance to take your MBA education beyond the classroom, challenge yourself and try something new. The team needs Executive Assistants for Judges, Volunteers, Sustainability and Logistics. Any MBA students in good academic standing may apply for the four available positions. First year students are also encouraged to apply, as it is never too early to contribute to this great event. Send your resume to email@example.com, please specify which position you are applying for.
2016 Registration is Now Open! | May 25, 2015
School registration for the 35th edition of the John Molson MBA International Case Competition is now open! We invite you to apply through our website at www.mbacasecomp.com/schools/register. Please note that registration does not guarantee a spot in the Competition as space is limited.
Passing The Torch | January 21, 2015
The MBA ICC is looking for responsible, passionate and dynamic organizers to lead next year's edition of the world's largest, most prestigious case competition. Four organizers are required to apply as a team to take on the following roles: Schools, Cases, Judges, Volunteers, Sponsorship, Marketing, Logistics, IT, Budget, Hotel, Events and Sustainability. Teams can apply for this 6-credit experience by sending a cover letter and the team members' CVs to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than midnight on February 13th. To learn more about this great opportunity, come attend one of 3 information sessions: January 22nd, January 27th, and February 11th MB 6.240 @ 8:15 PM See you there!
Participating as a competitor gives team members a chance to refine their natural talent and the skills acquired during their studies for use in the global business world.
Enjoy the opportunity to meet other MBA students from across the globe and share the experience of an intense week of competition and networking.
Senior professionals with significant relevant business and management experience from various backgrounds are welcomed as judges.