The Actuarial case competitions at U of T span various challenges, including the annual CAS Case Competition. These case competitions sharpens and showcases the analytical prowess of our Actuarial Science students. Engage in challenging case studies focusing on current trends in property & casualty insurance, and present your solutions to a panel of industry experts. Team up, strategize, and compete for recognition and prizes while gaining invaluable real-world problem-solving experience. For more details on registration and participation, contact Megan Whitehead-Douglas, Manager, Employer Relations & Career Development. Join us for this year's competition and turn data into decisions that drive the future of actuarial science.
The next CAS Case Competition will (tentatively) take place in Winter 2024.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Learn more about registration, eligibility, and competition schedule.
Past CAS Case Competitions @UofT
The University of Toronto has hosted the CAS Case Competitions since 2021. Students have had the opportunity to work on cases in Data Visualization, Worker's Compensation, and Product Development (pricing).
ACT390 In-Course Case Competitions
The ACT390 in-course case competition offers Actuarial Science students an opportunity to apply theoretical knowledge to practical challenges, by devising innovative solutions for real-world industry scenarios.
This year's case put students in the role of strategic consultants for Wawanesa Insurance, tasking them to innovate and design insurance products tailored to engage the under-30 market segment. Competitors delved into the intricacies of product design, assessing its implications on indemnity and loss ratios while exploring effective distribution channels and cross-selling opportunities to drive membership growth. This hands-on experience allowed participants to apply their actuarial knowledge to tangible industry challenges.
Winners and participants of in-course competitions were offered priority interviews by industry sponsors and several students had received paid full-time internships through those competitions.
Read more about Fall 2023 in-course case competition.