July 27, 2019

Become a consultant


The year is divided in two consulting cycles: Summer and Winter cycle, respectively. Each cycle is divided into the following periods:

  • Application
  • Training
  • Project work
  • Project closure

The following page provides you information about the first step – the application period. If an application period is marked with green, you will be redirected to the official page of 180 Degrees Consulting to the application form.

To find out more about the recruitment process, follow us on one of our official social media channels or subscribe to our newsletter.

FAQs - for students

We take in consideration previous work or volunteering experience, focusing on the applicant’s ability to work in team, engage with others, and overall excitement when it comes to causes we support.

In case you send us your applications few days after the deadline, we are willing to consider it and invite you to our screening interview. However, applications received during the consulting cycle will be reviewed before the start of the next cycle.

After a short screening online call, you will be invited to attend our assessment center where we get to know you in person. We analyse how you interact with your potential colleagues during our case studies and answer any potential questions you may have.

We welcome the student applications from all fields of study. Although, most of our consultants have business or engineering background, we are actively trying to make our consultant cohort diverse. The most important skills for our consultants are proactivity, curiosity, and effective teamwork.

Your time commitment will be spread between meeting your team in person, visiting your client, and attending our workshops and events. In general, your weekly time commitment would be in the range of 6 to 12 hours per week.

You will be invited to join us as consultant or team leader for next cycle. The most engaged consultants are encouraged to join our board, and help us organinizing consulting cycles.

No, consultants and board members receive no monetary compensation.