2014 Winners

2014 winners

Congratulations to all participants of MMICC 2014. It’s been an incredible week for all those involved.

The MMICC 2014 winners are:

1st Place: Team International (comprised of Thammasat University, McGill University, University of Pennsylvania Wharton School and the University of Belgrade)

2nd Place: Thammasat University

3rd Place: University of Pennsylvania Wharton School

By | March 24th, 2014|Blog|Comments Off on 2014 Winners

Day 3 – Trop Canadien Pour Moi

Day 3 was jam-packed and full of excitement. The entire contingent had an early morning boarding the buses at 8:00 AM to Mont Avila for a fun-filled day of snow tubing. Many of the participants had never experienced the thrill of sliding down a snowy hill and it was definitely an experience to cherish as evident by the faces of these participants. Needless to say, the morning was filled with tons of fun, which will without doubt, be a highlight of MMICC 2014. Shout-out to VP Internal Ceren who rafted down the snowy hill without fear, thereby earning the love of all the ambassadors.


By | March 20th, 2014|Blog|Comments Off on Day 3 – Trop Canadien Pour Moi

Presentation Day Schedule

To see presentation day livestream, please go to http://bcooltv.mcgill.ca/MGMTCase/

Presentation Day Schedule 

9:00am Alberta, Copenhagen

9:40am University College Dublin, McGill University

10:20am ITAM, University of Belgrade

11:00am International, Thammasat

11:40am Wharton School of Business, University of Auckland

Lunch Break


By | March 20th, 2014|Blog|Comments Off on Presentation Day Schedule

Day 2 – The Big Adventure

Day 2

The teams have now gotten to know each other and become part of the MMICC family. 

Early in the morning they attended a rules briefing presented by Professor Donovan, and the winners of the hype video contest were announced. Belgrade placed first, Alberta second, and Auckland third. All the other teams that didn’t make the podium still had thrilling videos!


By | March 20th, 2014|Blog|Comments Off on Day 2 – The Big Adventure

Day 0 – Let the Good Times Roll!


The first day of MMICC is already upon us and the whole team is super excited to have you in Montreal!! There’s no better way of getting to know each other than over bacon and eggs at Desautels students’ favorite brunch place, Universel. Ambassadors got to sit together with their teams and meet other participants while enjoying their delicious food. After regaining our strength, some of us faced the cold and walked down to the Saint Patrick’s Parade on Sainte Catherine Street. In the evening, we all headed to l’Académie for our first family dinner! Most of the teams had arrived by then and we had so much fun introducing ourselves to our fabulous contestants over spaghetti and mussels. Once everyone got ready to party, we made our way to Apartment 200 for a great game night! All we can say is that Day 0 was a great start-off to what will be one of the best weeks of our lives!

Written by: Coline (Ambassador for Team México) & Himani (Ambassador for Team Alberta)

By | March 18th, 2014|Blog|Comments Off on Day 0 – Let the Good Times Roll!

Where you should go when in Montreal

Excuse me, what now? MMICC is only 10 days away? Yikes, it’s time to rest up & start pondering over what to pack.

In the meantime, we’ve compiled a list of our favorite Montreal locations for you to check out while here – if you find a spare moment, that is!

Restaurants: Santropol

Cafe Santropol (3990 St Urbain St) – this quirky location boasts delicious sandwiches, & perfectly captures the essence of the Plateau neighbourhood.
Deville Diner (1425 Stanley) – 2 words: Lobster BLTA (a.k.a. Bacon Lettuce Tomato Avocado)
L’Evidence (3619 St Denis St) – Montreal is known for its brunch locations, but this gem offers excellent food along with impeccable service.


Coffee Shops:

Café Falco

Humble Lion (904 Sherbrooke W) – voted one of the best in all of Montreal, and only 2 doors down from your hotel.
Mamie Clafoutis (3660 rue St Denis) – very French, try the Oh-Mon-Dieu pastry (the name is quite accurate).
Café Falco (5605 Avenue de Gaspé) – if you find yourself wandering through the artsy Mile End neighbourhood, stop by here and savour the skilfully brewed coffee as well as the shop’s industrial decor.


By | March 7th, 2014|Blog|Comments Off on Where you should go when in Montreal