Student competitions

Competing in a business competition is a fantastic way to build your network, get noticed for your business acumen, and learn presentation skills.

BSA Undergraduate Competitions

Each year, the Goodman BSA sends hundreds of undergraduate delegates to a wide variety of competitions and conferences across North America. Best of all, you can be reimbursed for part of your delegate fee and transportation through the BSA. For a complete list of competitors and conferences, please contact the BSA’s VP Student Affairs (

Goodman Accounting Students’ Summit GASS

When: September 24-25

GASS is an in-person networking conference with an optional virtual case competition component. Students will get the chance to network with recruiters and industry professionals in September during their co-op search or post-grad job search. Case comp candidates have the chance to win one of three podium prizes of $300, $200, or $100 split amongst a team. This opportunity is available to students across southeastern Ontario.

Break The Case BTC

BTC is a one-of-a-kind case comp for first and second years to showcase their skills to potential employers. This weekend case comp gives students the chance to get involved and learn how to crack cases at a university level, specifically for accounting cases.

Goodman Consulting Competion (GCC)

GCC is a unique week-long case competition where third and fourth-year business students will have the opportunity to work on a real problem. The students will work in teams of three to suggest a solution alongside an implementation plan.

Brock University Accounting Conference (BUAC)

Business students across Ontario come together for a weekend in Niagara Falls to develop their skills, connect with employers, and crack cases. Students will get the chance to build relations with peers and recruiters, all while having some fun in the process. BUAC is one of Brock’s largest conferences.

Battle on Bay

The three-day annual conference provides the opportunity for 3-4 delegates to develop and apply their problem solving, communication, and financial skills to solve real-life financial issues incorporated in a comprehensive case. Delegates will also have the opportunity to participate in a variety of networking events, workshops, and social functions to create unforgettable experiences.

Quinnipiac GAME

GAME is the largest student-run financial conference in the world, Quinnipiac’s Global Asset Management Education Forum offers participants the rarest of opportunities: to discuss and debate financial best practices with world-renowned industry leaders. 

Monster Pitch

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Crack the Case

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National Strategy & Consulting Case Conference

National Strategy & Consulting Case Conference (NSCC) is a case competition based in UBC Sauder School of Business. A group of 4 students will compete in 3 rounds: The preliminary round delivered in asynchronous method. Once chosen to compete in the secondary round, the team will be competing in-person in Vancouver. Once chosen to compete in the final round, the team will be presenting at the gala night of the conference for the final prize.

John Molson Undergraduate Case Competition

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GCA x UMCC Partnership Case Competition 

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Inter-collegiate Case Competition

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Back to the FutAR

When: Friday October 28, 2022

Back to the FutAR is a case competition focused on the growing popularity of Augmented Reality, and it’s marketing abilities. Teams are comprised of 2-3 members, and will be responsible for determining an AR solution to a marketing problem. 3rd Place Prize is $100.00. 2nd Place Prize is $150.00. 1st Place Prize is $300.00.

So You Think You Can Sell

When: Friday March 3, 2023

Showcase your best selling skills where your communication and persuasion skills are put to the test. SYTYCS is an interactive sales scenario case competition. Students compete in teams of 2 or 3 and show off their selling tactics to judges in an attempt to win grand prizes. 3rd Place Prize is $100.00. 2nd Place Prize is $150.00. 1st Place Prize is $300.00.


When: January 20th to 23rd, 2023

“JDC Central (JDCC) is the largest undergraduate business school competition in Central Canada, which brings over 600 student delegates together from Ontario, Québec and the Maritimes. Lasting three days each Winter, JDCC is a multi-facet competition, including academic cases for 8 business disciplines, parliamentary style debates, sports tournaments, social competitions, and charity contributions.”

Student Engagement Office Undergraduate Competitions

Business competitions provide students with the opportunity to integrate curriculum with hands-on experiential learning. The Goodman Student Engagement Office financially supports several external competitions. Selected students will be coached by a dedicated faculty member.

Graduate Competitions

Visit the Goodman GBC website for more details on the following competitions in addition to the internal competitions hosted by Goodman GBC such as the Goodman Cup and the MBA ISP Internal Case Competition.

John Molson MBA International Case Competition is open to top business schools worldwide, and is recognized as the largest case competition of its kind. The competition format is a round-robin tournament consisting of seven unpublished business cases. The cases are selected from among the top entries from the annual Case Writing Competition. The highlight of the week is a live case presentation by a major company facing a real-life business challenge.

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MBA Games is a national competition that brings together MBA students for academic, athletic and spirit competitions. The competition is held in January.

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