Schulich International Case Competition (SICC)
The seventh annual Schulich International Case Competition will be held at the Schulich School of Business, Keele Campus on February 23, 2019.
The competition provides students with the opportunity to discuss real-life business challenges, bringing together practical solutions to the industry’s most difficult problems. Focused on sustainable value creation in mining, we’re about pitching real solutions to current industry leaders.
New this year, SICC will be holding an Industry Open House during the lunch hour on the day of the event. We are excited to host a variety of companies from progressive start-ups to industry leaders in the mining community. This is your opportunity to meet with organizations and discuss the trends, challenges and roles you can play as a new graduate in the mining sector!
SICC is a unique opportunity to engage with industry leaders, stakeholders, and students, to help shape the future of the mining industry. Register today!
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Schulich International Case Competition
Teams interested in participating must be comprised of two to four students. While the majority of teams should consist of students enrolled in an MBA program, 3rd and 4th year undergraduate or graduate students in sustainability, business, natural resources or engineering programs are encouraged and welcome to enter the competition.
“It’s a very challenging time in the history of the mining sector due to the increasingly complex social, environmental and political climates worldwide. The focus of SICC is to tackle those challenges head on by seeking the advice and recommendations of the brightest and best MBA students globally.”
2019 Event Sponsors
“CIBC has supported the Schulich International Case Competition (SICC) since its inception, as it showcases both the Schulich School of Business and its one of a kind Mining MBA program. This event provides students from around the world the opportunity to display their talents and interact with a diverse group of business leaders. We believe it is important to support events like the SICC, which fosters interaction between universities and business with the goal of creating opportunities for all.”
“Resource Capital Funds recognizes the importance of supporting the next generation of mining leaders as well as the ever-increasing need to incorporate innovative thinking into the mining life cycle. Students have an opportunity to demonstrate sustainability thought leadership by participating in this unique competition.”
For more information about SICC, reach out to us at: SICC@schulich.yorku.ca