Strong Showing for Schulich’s Case Teams
Schulich furthered its tradition of participating in global case competitions during the 2022/23 academic year. Student case teams receive specialized coaching to compete with other top-tier international business schools.
Schulich hosted the MBA Games, a longstanding Canadian business competition, in-person this past year. Over 250 students from 14 MBA programs participated. The Schulich teams emerged with impressive results, securing first place in Academics and third place overall.
Furthermore, a team of four Schulich Masters students claimed victory at the Ted Rogers’ Reimagining Women in Leadership Case Competition. The case examined the pressing issue of gender violence, with a focus on its rise in work-from-home environments. The other two top-three finishers were teams from the University of Buffalo, New York, and the University of Makerere, Uganda.
Professor Joe Fayt‘s decade-long experience in coaching and guiding Schulich students through over 60 international case competitions underpins the case teams’ success. Professor Fayt teaches Marketing at Schulich.
“I am so excited to see Team Schulich make it to the podium again and again this year. Our students work extremely hard and represent Schulich in the best possible way,” said Professor Fayt. “I am so proud of our team, and already look forward to next year!”