Graduate Career Management Center

Case Competitions

What is a Case Competition?

Case competitions are an opportunity for students to work alone or together in teams to analyze a problem specific to a case study, and strategically develop the best solution(s) within the case study guidelines by a certain date. Case competitions are usually sponsored by an organization or company. Depending on each competition, student teams may be required to present to a panel of judges or to submit a final analysis to judges for review. Judges determine the “winning team” based on the judging criteria put in place.



There are many benefits to participating in case competitions:

  • An opportunity to apply the knowledge and skill sets learned in the classroom learning environment to solve complex, real-world problems and receive feedback from industry professionals
  • Building professional relationships through unique networking experiences
  • Developing and improving leadership, organizational, presentation, case analysis, and teamwork skills
  • Building your resume, boosting your confidence, and providing real-world industry exposure
  • Potential interview and/or internship opportunities, as well as competitive advantages when interviewing
  • Increasing your sense of belonging to the institution by representing the Zicklin School of Business
  • Potential opportunities to win financial awards and professional recognition

Enrolled students will be notified by email when these competitions become open for registration. For more information, click on the links below or contact us at

Here are some of the open competitions available to Baruch students.
Analytics and Information Systems
Consulting & Strategy
Entrepreneurship & Start-ups