Represent SFU Beedie’s Segal Graduate School on a local, national, or international stage. Apply what you’ve learned and test your analytical and presentation skills in front of business leaders against peers at other leading institutions.
As a case competitor, you will:
- Learn to be a team player and make life-long friends
- Impress future employers with your consulting-style hands-on experience
- Represent your school regionally, nationally, or internationally with your case team
Get involved in case competitions that provide you with the opportunity to apply what you learn in the classroom to real-world business problems while gaining the confidence and skills to analyze problems and make recommendations under pressure. With a dedicated training program and financial support to attend competitions, you’ll be ready to compete with the best, network with industry professionals, and showcase your success. Example case competitions include:
- Race and Case Competition (Daniels College of Business Denver, Colorado, USA)
- Telfer Diversity & Inclusion Challenge (University of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada)
- Kogod International Case Competition (American University, Washington D.C, USA)
- SFU Beedie School of Business Net Impact Sustainability Challenge (Vancouver, B.C. Canada)
- PRMIA Risk Management Challenge
- National Investment Banking Competition
- CFA Global Investment Research Challenge
- Engage International Investment Education Symposium
Graduate Case Competition Training Program
Get the tools you need to thrive both in and out of the classroom! The Case Competition Training Program is one way to get involved, network, build community and have the opportunity to train for case competitions locally and globally.
The Case Competition Training Program is a series of workshops and team-based practice opportunities for students to develop critical thinking, case analysis strategies, and presentation skills specific to the case competition environment. This training provides practical case analysis skills development that complements in-class case assignments.