Participating as a competitor gives team members the chance to test the skills and raw talent they have acquired during their studies and refine them to suit the global business world in a setting composed of a select group of top MBA students chosen to represent their respective schools. The intensity of the competition brings out the best in each participant and proves that they can think on their feet and excel in the transition from the classroom to the real world.
Over 250 senior business executives lend their time each year, each bringing a rich background, experience and personal perspective to the competition.
Any JMSB MBA student can apply for this 3-credit position, but first year students are especially encouraged because it gives them an in-depth look of what it takes to potentially be an Organizer or Competitor in their second year.
Please join us from January 6 - 11, 2012 at the Fairmont Queen Elizabeth Hotel, 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'll also have the opportunity to be an ambassador for the John Molson School of Business, and more specifically our MBA Program.
The John Molson MBA International Case Competition offers an excellent opportunity to show your corporate support of the academic community. By doing so, you have a unique opportunity to promote your business, its people, products and services to select groups of individuals from across the globe.
2011 Case Writing Competition
The John Molson MBA Case Writing Competition is pleased to invite submissions of original business case studies, either in English or French. The purpose of the Competition is to generate unpublished and unused case studies to be used during the 2011 John Molson MBA International Case Competition (“MBA-ICC”). The cases submitted will only be used for this purpose and will be released to the case writers immediately after the MBA-ICC, which ends January 9th, 2011. The submitted cases used during the MBA-ICC will be translated into either English or French as the case may be and the translated versions will also be remitted to the case writer.