Engineering and Commerce Case Competition 2019

| October 25, 2018
Submitted by Filip Sakic for McMaster Consulting Association
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Engineering and Commerce Case Competition 2019

The internationally recognized, 5-day interdisciplinary case competition is back and we are looking for four students to represent McMaster! If you are an upper year Commerce student with a passion for real world problem solving this opportunity is for you!

Important Details:

Where: Concordia University (Montreal, QC)
When: Feb. 19 – 23, 2019
Costs: $560/student (pending partial funding)

Why Participate?

  • Intensive training opportunities with industry professionals and McMaster faculty
  • Networking opportunities with industry leaders
  • Real world case challenges
  • Exciting networking and social events in Montreal with students from around the world!

For more information on the competition breakdown visit

Important Information

A successful team member will be someone who has clear communication skills, is a problem solver, a quick adaptable learner and most importantly a team player. Technical competency in Excel, PowerPoint and Visio are an asset but not required. Other experiences that will serve as an asset:

  • Co-op or internship experience preferred
  • Manufacturing and/or operations experience
  • Marketing and/or accounting experience
  • MARS Apprentice experience

Application Process

Please email the following to

  1. Resume
  2. Unofficial Transcript
  3. List three brief and concise bullet points as to why you would like to participate

Deadline: November 5

Those who are selected to move forward will be contacted for an interview.

Good Luck!


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2 thoughts on "Engineering and Commerce Case Competition 2019"

  1. Rishab says:

    Can MBA students apply to this ?

    I am an MBA student with an undergraduate engineering degree and 4 years of experience in strategy and sales.

  2. Filip Sakic says:

    Hey Rishab,

    Unfortunately, to be eligible to compete in the competition an applicant:

    1- Must be registered in an engineering or business program.
    2- Must be a current undergraduate student enrolled in at least one (1) class related to
    engineering and/or business studies at the time of the competition.
    3- Must not have started or completed a master’s degree.
    4- May only be a delegate of a team of the University or College that they are attending.



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