September 2018
September
October
October
November
January 2019
January
March

September 2018

September 6th, 2018 – 3:00PM to 6:00PM
27 King’s College Circle,
Toronto ON M5S 3H7

Clubs Fair

University of Toronto’s annual Clubs Fair will host an opportunity for you to come to get to know our group through a one-on-one chat with a UTCA representative. You can ask them questions about our annual set of events, what the group does, our Volunteer and Start-Up Consulting Groups or pop-by and sign yourself up on our Newsletter List (Click Here to do that right away – you don’t want to miss all the wonderful opportunities between now and Clubs Carnival).

September

September 17th, 2018 – 6:00PM to 9:00PM
Sandford Fleming 3202
10 King’s College Rd, Toronto, ON M5S 3G4

Consulting 101

UTCA’s Consulting 101 is an event geared towards 1st and 2nd Year students interested in pursuing a career in consulting or joining our organization in various different practices. We will be introducing our respective facets of the organization and the work they do, such as the various teams, start-up consulting groups, and volunteer consulting groups. Our President and Vice-President will be briefing you about upcoming developments within the group and what to expect from us for this academic year with regards to hiring and upcoming events.

Sign Up Here

October

October 6th, 2018 – 9:00AM to 4:00PM
Kruger Hall, Woodsworth College
119 St George St, Toronto, ON M5S 1A9

Launchpad Case Competition

In line with one of our objectives this year to promote enhanced preparation for lower year students interested in consulting, the Launchpad Case Competition is the perfect platform to provide students with the foundation to pursue their career. Not only does this opportunity provide a means to develop your case-solving and presentation skills, but it challenges you to think of problems from a different perspective. With backing from industry-wide partners and resources available through credible sources, this event is also for people who want to learn more about this industry and get real-life examples of the impactful work being done today.

October

Weekly Workshops Running from Early-October to Mid-November
Basement Classrooms, Woodsworth College Residence
321 Bloor St W, Toronto, ON M5S 1S5

Ace the Case

Ace the Case is one of UTCA’s flagship events aimed towards 2nd and 3rd Year students interested in building their case-solving skills. Ace the Case is a six-week intensive training program that teaches students essential case tackling skills like building a hypothesis, creating a strong framework, and communicating effectively. Acceptance into the program means you will be able to learn from top-tier consulting firms through weekly workshops and find a network of high-caliber students with a similar interest in the industry for case prep partners. With over 7 years in operations, Ace the Case is UTCA’s longest running and most successful program. You will be able to learn from leading industry partners and get to network with them to understand what it is that contributes towards an individual’s success in this industry.

Details for Event Registration will be published soon through all channels – If you are signed up for our newsletter, we will notify you of the details (Sign Up Here).

November

November 24th, 2018
Location – Will be Disclosed Sooner to the Registration Date

University of Toronto Consulting Conference

The University of Toronto Consulting Conference is a one-day event designed to help bridge the gap between students and top consulting firms, co-hosted by the Rotman Commerce Consulting Association and the University of Toronto Consulting Association. This event will be composed of a rotational workshop series open to U of T students in all years and disciplines and a case competition targeted towards students in their penultimate year who are recruiting for the summer cycle. 

Details for Event Registration will be published soon through all channels – If you are signed up for our newsletter, we will notify you of the details (Sign Up Here).

January 2019

January 12, 2019
Basement Classrooms – Woodsworth College Residence
321 Bloor St W, Toronto, ON M5S 1S5

Office Hours

Office Hours is a more intimate platform upon which lower year students can explore the respective roles, industries, type of work and real-life experiences from many of our alumni and upper year students who are working in the industry currently. It gives you a chance to have a 1-1 or 2-1 session with alumni or upper year to better understand how to navigate the path to enter the consulting industry. You will have the chance to ask personal questions about their journey through school and their work experience to get insights into what made them stand out.

January

January 31st, 2019 – 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
The location will be disclosed closer to the registration date.

UofT Deloitte Technology Consulting Workshop

The UofT Deloitte Technology Consulting Workshop is a unique opportunity for students in all years to explore how today’s rapid wave of technological innovation is complementing and disrupting the industry from one of the industry’s leading consulting firms – Deloitte. This event will provide you the opportunity to network with industry professionals to understand how their role is adapting and re-inventing itself to better suit the needs for industry’s modernization. Deloitte’s global span and a vast pool of resources mean you can learn from first-hand experiences and at the same time acquire a global viewpoint from which to view this change in technology consulting.

March

March 2nd, 2019 – 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Kruger Hall, Woodsworth College
119 St George St, Toronto, ON M5S 1A9

Starter Hacks Case Competition

Striving to achieve the same objective as Launchpad Case Competition, Starter Hacks Case Competition is geared towards preparing lower year students and equipping them with the necessary skills to succeed in the consulting industry. It is a more intense, time-crunched platform for a case competition where we try to get you thinking on your feet and using your analytical solutions to its peak to synthesize structured solutions for real-life problems. The competitors will be given a chance to present their findings to a panel of judges from the industry’s leading firms and obtain feedback on their thought process and methodology.