Each year, the John Molson Undergraduate Case Competition prepares the world’s brightest undergraduate business students to become leaders in a globally interdependent, culturally diverse and rapidly changing economic environment, while fostering strategic thinking, innovative problem-solving and sound decision-making.
The competition is open to universities that offer an undergraduate business program or equivalent program deemed acceptable by the Board of Directors. Participating schools must send a team of four (4) undergraduate students. It is highly recommended that students be accompanied by a faculty advisor due to the learning-based nature of the competition. The competition will consist of two preliminary stages: 1. Round-Robin Tournament (3 cases) 2. The 24-Hour Case (1 case) The university with the highest cumulative score after these two preliminary stages in each division will be named the divisional winner, and will advance to the finals. Teams will have three (3) hours to analyze the case, prepare their recommendations, and create a slide show presentation to support their solution.
Awards:- The opportunity to discover the vibrant city of Montreal and more.