I had the chance to start my MBA in the January term, and the first week of school coincided with the MBA Case Competition. Though I was a part-time student, and I was working full time, I figured (correctly) that it would be worth getting involved. As a Judge-Coordinator not only did I get to meet a lot of people in the MBA program, as well as great folks from other schools from around the world, and judges from the business community, but I got a chance to see high-calibre teams prepare and present their cases. Seeing how the ‘pros’ did it definitely gave me a leg-up during my own class presentations a few weeks later making my first term of the MBA a great one.
– Kenneth Robert Trueman, MBA Student, John Molson School of Business
The John Molson MBA International Case Competition is a student favourite, because it brings Concordia’s “education for the real world” motto to life.
Enjoy the opportunity to meet other MBA students from across the globe and share the experience of an intense week of competition and networking.
See the case methodology in Action
See first-class presentations unfold to address issues and obstacles faced by everyday businesses and see first hand how business executives ponder and evaluate their proposals.
See what lies beyond the classroom door
Meet and observe business executives and sponsors.
Enjoy yourself and be an ambassador for JMSB and Montreal when you attend selected events
The John Molson MBA International Case Competition sets the tone for the unfolding year. Start your year off right by representing JMSB and help this year’s competition be a memorable one, for both you and our guests!
Please join us from January 7 – 11, 2019 at the Hotel Bonaventure. Without your support this competition could not exist. As a volunteer you will not only be exposed to an excellent network of judges, sponsors, and international colleagues, but you will also have the opportunity to be an ambassador for the John Molson School of Business, and more specifically our MBA Program.
For more information or questions, contact Evan Baker at firstname.lastname@example.org