Case competitions

The Munk One Case Competition is an annual event organized by the second-year alumni class as a legacy gift for the current Munk One cohort. Students are given 24 hours to design a solution to a secret problem with the help of guest speakers and mentors. They are tasked with pitching and defending their initiatives to a panel of esteemed judges as practice for the MUN105Y1 Dragon’s Den pitches.

Past topics have included the opioid crisis in Toronto, rural migrant workers’ rights in Ontario, and the settlement and integration of Syrian refugees.