Each year, the Georgetown University McDonough School of Business Undergraduate Program receives invitations to participate in case competitions from distinguished universities across the globe. Participating in business case competitions offers undergraduate students an opportunity to develop and enhance analytical abilities, critical thinking skills, team and collaboration skills, and presentation abilities, as well as their persuasive argumentation abilities. In addition, traveling to a case competition provides students with an extraordinary opportunity to network with some of the best and brightest students and faculty from top universities around the world.
In the past, Georgetown students traveled to compete at business schools in Boston, Copenhagen, Hong Kong, London (Canada), Los Angeles, Maastricht, Montreal, New York, Pittsburgh, Tucson, and at home in Washington, D.C. A partial list of past and current case competitions includes:
Citi International Case Competition
Copenhagen Business School Case Competition
Eller Ethics Case Competition
International Case Competition @ Maastricht
Marshall International Case Competition
McDonough-Hilltop Business Strategy Challenge
McGill Management International Case Competition
Northeastern CUIBE Strategy Case Competition
Scotiabank International Case Competition
Juniors and seniors interested in carrying the Georgetown flag and representing our university at one of these case competitions should email Stephanie Rufino for information about how to apply. You will find complete instructions with the application.