The John Molson International MBA Case Competition, first held in 1981,  is the world’s oldest and largest international MBA Case Competition. 


36 business schools compete from 13 countries of 5 continents.   The competition runs for a week in Montreal in January with 270 judges from a wide range of industries sitting in on presentations and presenting the final points. 


The past four years has seen the The University of Cape Town’s Graduate School of Business team 'pipped at the post', leading their divisions and reaching the semi-finals.  Each year we are bolstered by their skill, determination, and ability to compete at this international level. It is a unique opportunity for participants to pit themselves on the global stage, further their international knowledge, build experience and confidence, and make lasting connections.


The University of Cape Town (UCT) offers sincere thanks to Hatch and the Chamber for their support over the years and they are delighted to be able to show direct Canadian support for the team competing in 2017. 



Di Stafford, UCT Development & Alumni Regional Director:Canada receiving the cheque

from Joe Lombard, Global Managing Director of Hatch at the 2016 Indaba event.


2017 UCT Graduate School of Business MBA Team

[L to R: Ralph Thomas (coach), Robyn Hobson, Sophia Campello, Lee-Ann Pillay, Barney Mitton,

Johannes Schüler (coach)]