The 2016 Student Case Competition is well underway! It is a great way for students to build their evaluation skills using real life cases and represent the BC and Yukon region on the national stage!
The way it works is this: In February, teams of students from universities and colleges from across Canada assess a case and submit their response via the internet. Teams are comprised of three to five students and may come from any faculty. They may compete in English or French.
Team submissions are reviewed by a panel of judges and the top three teams are invited to assess a new case and present in front of a live audience at the CES annual conference. All finalists receive funding for their travel and conference fees, and the winning team is presented with the competition plaque.
Registration closes on Sunday, January 31st, 2016 so get your teams together and get practising!
If you have any questions or need any assistance, the competition website is a great place to start, including past cases and team submissions as well as competition rules and FAQs. Check it out at: http://competition.evaluationcanada.ca/index.html