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 5-8 hours a week; Project Managers around 7-10 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.


The recruitment phase is currently open until Sunday, 18th March.

Apply now to be part of 180 Degrees Consulting Vienna.

The assessment centre will be held on the 24th and 25th of March.

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.


During the recruitment phase we offer you a CV check for your entry into consulting. There we will give you suggestions to improve your CV and answer you questions towards 180 and consulting

  • Where? WU Library-Cafe (Welthandelsplatz 1, 1020 Wien)
  • When? We have the following three options:
    1) 28.02.2018: 14:00 until 16:00
    2) 07.03.2018: 14:00 until 16:00
    3) 14.03.2018: 14:00 until 16:00
  • Send a mail to to register
  • Bring your CV printed please

We are looking forward to get to know you!

For further questions please send a mail to or contact us via Facebook.



apply to Become a Consultant

To apply to become a 180 Degrees Consultant, please click the button below, then select your branch and complete the form.

Sample of Consulting Projects

  • Collective Energy

    Area: Social Business
    Year: 2017

    Collective Energy (CE) enables SMEs to finance a transition into a more sustainable and
    ecological energy production. To do so, they provide a reward-based presales crowd-funding
    scheme that enables the company’s clients to become their investors by buying vouchers for the
    company’s products, thereby contributing to the purchase of photovoltaic panels that will power
    the company’s operation.

  • UbiGo

    Area: Social Business
    Year: 2017

    UbiGo is a social enterprise which is tackling the problem of increasing individual car rides in rural areas. Due to intensive research since the foundation in 2014, the company gained broad know-
    how about transportation in Austria and sustainable mobility alternatives. The market UbiGo is acting in as a First Mover consist of more than 500 municipalities with up to 15.000 citizens who
    are satisfying their mobility needs by individual car rides. The mission of UbiGo is to transform
    mobility to a socially and economically sustainable system.

  • Wormsystems

    Area: Social Business
    Year: 2017

    Wormsystems is an Austrian based company founded to provide an effective solution to
    recycling organic waste in Austria. Wormsystems produces boxes which populate
    earthworms that transform organic waste to rich soil. The company is currently selling the
    boxes through its online shop and Manufactum, a premium retailer focusing on household
    and garden products.


    Area: Social Business
    Year: 2017

    AMREF Austria is the Austrian branch of the largest African health development NGO based on
    the African continent. Their main goal is to improve medical care in Africa by empowering
    communities and by doing so, enhancing education and reducing poverty in urban, as well as, in
    rural areas. The organization supports particularly women and children to build their knowledge,
    skills and means to improve their health.

  • Act.Now

    Area: Social Business
    Year: 2017

    Act.Now is a 2015 founded social company that emerged out of a private
    initiative. It has set itself the target of fostering respectful and appreciative
    coexistence in times of profound societal changes. In times of deep societal
    changes due to higher refugee immigration and the inability to respond to these
    changes of local and national governments, the organization fights for an
    esteeming and supportive coexistence of the local population and immigrants.

Branch Leadership Team



A.T. Kearney

Jade Austria

Teach for Austria



Social Entrepreneurship Forum