Business Competitions


Jindal School team that won the Creative Shock competition, 2018

Creative Shock International Social Business Case Competition

Naveen Jindal School of Management students have many opportunities to compete in the classroom, at other universities, through student organizations and in conjunction with businesses and professional associations.

Because contests frequently require participants to solve business problems drawn from the working world, contestants gain useful experience in applying what they have learned to situations they may likely encounter again in their professional lives.

Jindal School winners at the Grant Thornton competition, 2018

2018 Grant Thornton Metroplex Case Competition

JSOM student who placed in competition, 2018

2018 Atos IT Challenge

JSOM Students in Recent Competitions

  • A team of Jindal School seniors took third place in Creative Shock, an international social business case competition that attracted more than 1,700 students from around the world.
  • A JSOM online MBA student finished first in the fall 2018 Capsim Foundation Challenge, an online competition that tested contestants on their ability to run a multimillion-dollar simulated company and lead it to dominance in an international marketplace.
  • Competing against six other universities, JSOM accounting students earned a second-place trophy and $2,500 in the annual Grant Thornton Metroplex Case Competition.
  • A Jindal School accounting and finance senior earned a $5,000 from Ascend, a 60,000-member pan-Asian professional organization.
  • Two recent graduates of the Naveen Jindal School of Management who entered a global competition as students took home a bronze medal from Paris in the Atos IT Challenge to improve customer service with artificial intelligence and chatbots.