In order to create something sustainable, you need the right location – the choice to establish the first 180 Degrees Consulting branch in the German-speaking area in Vienna is therefore not surprising. The city in the heart of Europe has long served as a bridge between Eastern and Western Europe.
Vienna is home to Europe’s biggest university for economics and business – the WU. In addition to the 24,000 regular students, around 1,000 students from over 40 countries all over the world spend a semester at the WU. For years the university has supported projects that pursue social impact and inter-cultural exchange. All those factors contribute to Vienna being the ideal hub for a student initiative to support charitable projects.
Join the 180 DC Vienna Team
Remuneration. Everybody involved in 180 Degrees Consulting works pro bono (without a paycheck). Instead, you gain valuable consulting experience, get a good merit to put on your CV, make contact with both exceptional students and interesting actors in the business and not least: you get to make an impact!
Timespan of the projects. 180 DC projects each run through a semester at university. Starting in late October/March and ending in the middle of January/June, they leave sufficient time before the exam period.
Workload. Consultants work 7-8 hours a week; Project Managers around 10 hours.
Language requirements. You do not have to speak German to be part of 180 DC. However, a high level of English is a must. Additional language proficiencies can be a plus.
Our next recruitment phase will be in March 2017.
Are you interested in creating social impact? Are you considering a career in consulting? Do you want to gain valuable work experience?
If you are:
a motivated, dedicated and passionate student,
with a genuine interest for creating social impact,
ready for a professional experience,
with time to commit to working on exciting projects
then we would be happy to receive your application!
At each stage, we carefully evaluate all candidates according to a set of predefined, objective criteria. We take the recruitment process very seriously, and our teams are incredibly dedicated to finding the most brilliant and motivated students.
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