Stand Out From The Crowd


Since its inception in Winter 2016, the University of Calgary Consulting Association (UCCA) has seen tremendous growth. To date, we have had over 1000 members. As such, the UCCA executive team is committed to continuously finding new ways to provide value for its members.

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Consulting Projects
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Students Placed on a Consulting Project
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We have placed 47 interns with 24 unique organizations, including CUPS, the University of Calgary, Borealis Geopower, STAMPDR, and Carbon Upcycling Technologies.


We have also placed 188 students on 30 consulting projects with clients including Suncor, Westjet, ATB, EY, the Calgary Catholic Immigration Society, the Independent Living Resource Centre of Calgary, and Interface Fluidics.

In the 2020-2021 academic year we expect these numbers to grow. Make a career changing decision by becoming a member today!


Member Benefits

  • Meet like-minded students across all faculties 
  • Access to the UCCA members-only Slack group where upcoming consulting-related events, job postings, case prep, and more are posted.
  • Opportunity to apply for pro bono internships and consulting projects with non-profits, start-ups, and large corporations
  • Option to participate in case interview workshops, previously hosted by firms such as BCG and Stack’d Consulting
  • Opportunity to attend networking events with consulting firms, such as McKinsey and Company, Deloitte, and EY
  • As a consulting project member, attend a Design Thinking workshop, previously sponsored by IBM
  • Ability to compete in the UCCA Case Competition

Member Testimonials

“HCC (now UCCA) is a phenomenal opportunity for university students to gain experience applying business knowledge, while making a positive impact in the local community. I was fortunate to be part of three HCC projects, working with a non-profit organization, a start-up, and a large corporation to help solve their unique challenges through a combination of marketing, finance, data analytics, and business strategy. Being able to work on such diverse projects in collaboration with students in a variety of degree streams significantly accelerated my learning at university, while helping me forge long-lasting connections with my peers.”


Helena Cherniak-Kennedy

Completed a summer placement at Plains Mainstream