What is ENGCOMM?
ENGCOMM is the world's only student-led multidisciplinary case competition. Since 2013, we have been championing a worldwide effort to combine the technical field of Engineering with the interactive field of Commerce.
What are the benefits of being a partner?
By partnering with us, you will have access to our Annual Talent Bank, be provided with networking opportunities, have your company promoted, both online and offline, as a contributor to the development of future leaders of tomorrow.
How can I get listed as a partner for an event?
For all partnership opportunities, please contact Jonathan Tsiolis, VP Corporate Relations, at email@example.com
How is the competition structured?
16 teams will be attending the competition. They will be randomly divided into 4 divisions of 4 teams during the opening ceremony. Each division will remain the same for the 3 cases. For an overview of the structure, please consult our rules and guidelines e-booklet.
When and where is this competition going to be held?
The next competition will be held in downtown Montreal from February 19th to February 23rd 2019.
Is there a participation fee?
Yes. A 562.50$ CAN fee must be paid for every participant attending (2250$ for the delegation) and a 1000$ CAN fee for the team's coach. These fees will cover the hotel accommodations, food and transportation (excluding transportation to Montreal) for competition related activities and must be paid by January 1st 2019. Please note that the registration fee is non-refundable.
When is the deadline to apply?
If you would like to participate in the 2019 edition of ENGCOMM, you must submit an application in a compressed file to our Vice President of External Affairs, Diana Kazaryan, at d.kazaryan@ engcomm.ca before November, 31 2018. Please note that late submissions will not be taken into considerations.
What are the application requirements?
Please note that the applications will be evaluated by our Board of Directors who will be looking at the following criteria: team coach, A letter of intent stating that you are applying for the competition signed by the coach, and A letter of motivation explaining why your university should be selected to participate in this competition.