Business schools and organizations host case competitions, where teams present solutions to diverse business cases. Sauder's CUS Case Competition Club provides support to undergraduate students who are interesting in becoming case solvers. The club has internal competitions, as well as a current list of external competitions subsidized by the CUS and the Dean's Office.
If you are competing, it is useful to find out about the case competition in which you are participating. Use Google to search for your case competition, and explore the website fully, looking for terms like Archives, Resources, Press Releases, or Media to find information about previous cases and competition winners. YouTube may also have highlights from past competitions. Additionally, use article databases like Business Source Complete and search by the name of your case competition.
Below is a selective list of case competitions:
It is a good idea to get familiar with library resources that can help you analyze cases. The business school that hosts a case competition will often have many of the same resources to which UBC Library subscribes.
Explore the following research guides for basic strategies and resources: