The Edwards School of Business at the University of Saskatchewan took home the highly-coveted School of the Year trophy from Western Canada’s largest business school competition.
JDC West was held from January 18 – 20 at the Sauder School of Business at the University of British Columbia and saw over 600 business school students compete in 10 academic disciplines, a parliamentary debate, an athletic tournament and a social competition.
The School of the Year award is a composite of the performances of each team in the competition.
Edwards School placed in the top three of several categories: finance, not-for-profit, marketing, management information systems, sport and social.
The Edwards School also placed first in the participation section of the competition.
“These are outstanding results and I couldn’t be happier,” said Edwards School of Business Dean Daphne Taras. “Our JDC West team has done the school proud.”
The Edwards School of Business at the University of Saskatchewan is a comprehensive business school with over 100 faculty and staff, four degree programs, three certificate programs and five specialized centres across two campuses.