Recruiting On-Cycle:
January '19

We are excited to invite undergraduate commerce students at Queen's to apply to be part of our case team in January of 2019. Get to know us and look out for hiring updates on the QCCU Facebook page.

Just this past year, we have represented Queen's at national and international business case competitions in New Zealand, Thailand, Norway, The Netherlands, Singapore, Serbia and Hong Kong. We select exceptionally talented individuals and invest extensively in training that prepares you to compete internationally as part of our case team.

The recruiting process involves two rounds of interviews. The first round consists of behavioural and prompt-based questions. Successful applicants are invited to a final round involving a full case presentation.


Recruiting Off-Cycle: QCC, ICBC, Q3C

Queen's has many amazing opportunities to get involved with case competitions. We strongly encourage you to participate in QCC, Q3C, and I.C.B.C. We may identify exceptional candidates at these events and invite you to interview with us mid-year. 
 

Queen's case competition (QCC)

QCC, an internal case competition at Queen's, is a hallmark opportunity for you to develop your case analysis skills, network with industry sponsors and judges, and meet the top students in commerce. QCC is open to students with all levels of experience. Look out for an announcement on the I.C.B.C. Facebook page in early September.
 

Inter-collegiate business
Competition (I.C.B.C.)

ICBC, a highly prestigious international event, is Canada's oldest and longest-running undergraduate business case competition. ICBC offers eight different competitive events involving a preliminary round in October and a final round in January. Learn more at icbcqueens.com
 

Queen's commerce corporate
competition (Q3C)

Q3C is a premier undergraduate business case comeptition held at Queen's in January each year. With original cases, dynamic case twists, and a 3:1 ratio of delegates to sponsors, Q3C is not your typical case comeptition! Learn more at q3c.ca