Welcome to 180 Degrees Consulting Copenhagen! We are very excited to introduce you to our branch, as a part of the world’s largest student consultancy. Do you dream of contributing to projects that matter, to put the skills you’ve gained through your study program into practice, and do you want to meet other students with inspiring backgrounds from various universities in Copenhagen? If so, we welcome you to read this page and eventually apply for our next semester. We guarantee this will be a fun and meaningful learning experience perfectly combinable with your studies.

Why join

Each semester, we offer 30 talented students a chance to become student consultants. We provide intensive training and mentoring from our two partners, Implement Consulting Group and Next Step by Bindslev. As a consultant, you will work in teams of five and be connected to a client. The client can be an organisation dealing with anything from blockchain, events, charity, finance and retail, but what all project have in common is the aim of making a difference in the world. Below, you can find a list of previous partnerships. 

Who are we looking for?

We encourage diversity and welcome students from all universities and study backgrounds. We are looking for individuals who are eager to learn and talented team players. It is expected that you have professional and proactive attitude and a desire to contribute to projects with a big social impact. Apart from these qualities, we expect you to dedicate 10-15 hours a week, to the assigned project. 


We look forward to hearing from you when our application windows open in September (fall semester) and February (spring semester).

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Sample of Consulting Projects

  • Hertha Levefallesskab

    Area: Strategy
    Year: 2013

    Hertha Levefallesskab is a social community located 20 km west of Arhus. The community facilitates so called reversed inclusion, which means that normal people integrate disabled people in their daily life to function as a normal society. Hertha wishes to establish a cafe/catering-service. 180 team was tasked with creating a strategy to execute the design of this inclusive workplace/cafe.

    "It is very positive that not-for-profit organisations are given this opportunity to formulate a problem or question and receive a professional, qualified answer - after having had a fruitful dialog with external people on that same question."
  • Care

    Area: Communications
    Year: 2013

    The global NGO CARE was established in Denmark 1987, and aims to improve the living conditions for the poorest people in developing countries, in particular related to the adaptation to climate change. The CARE magazine has the goal of communicating stories from the countries in which CARE is present, and to raise awareness about complex themes such as gender equality, maternal health and roads out of poverty. However, CARE Denmark wishes to gain a better understanding as to how these existing members are using the magazine and how to improve the content and design - to improve long-term member retention.

    "Very good, professional, intelligent, engaged, motivated, pleasant, not too time-demanding (which is an important factor in a busy workday). I'm very pleased with both the process and the outcome."
  • KPH

    Area: Funding Strategy/Business Plan
    Year: 2013

    Kobenhavns Projekthus (KPH) was founded in May 2009, and provides space and project guidance for small new start-ups, organizations, and event initiatives. The focus in KPH is to support entrepreneurs who work on solving today's societal problems, particularly those of a social, cultural and environmental nature. KPH has previously received funding from Copenhagen municipality to cover parts of their operating costs, however the agreement for the coming three years cut the support by 20 %. Not only is this felt throughout the organization but has also made KPH much more eager to become financially independent and secede from public funding. The 180 Degrees Consulting team was tasked with mapping learning experiences with previous projects - in order to develop a new incubator program.

    "The outcome was more useful than we thought it would be. Professional, interesting and a learning experience."
  • InnoAid

    Area: Structural Development and Marketing Strategy

    InnoAid is a non-profit, non-governmental organization founded in Copenhagen 2008. Their mission is to innovate aid and give aid to innovation, by working with locals in order to provide sustainable solutions and develop knowledge. With different academic perspectives, InnoAid co-creates innovations to reach sustainable solutions. In their first collaboration with 180 Degrees Consulting, a team was asked to develop a structure for how InnoAid could take their expertise and values from being a NGO into building a non-profit consultancy. The following semester, another 180 DC team helped InnoAid develop a marketing strategy for how to reach out to students in regards to their projects.

    "It is a pleasure to work with a team of driven, professional and passionate people, focused on delivering high-value for us to delivery more impact in our activities"

Branch Leadership Team

  • Emily Werenskiold

    Emily Werenskiold

    Director of Finance and Sponsorships

  • Marine von Renteln

    Marine von Renteln


  • Ida Nørgaard

    Ida Nørgaard

    Director of Marketing

  • Maria Anker Andersen

    Maria Anker Andersen

    Director of Partnerships

  • Rosa Klöser

    Rosa Klöser

    Vice President

  • Theresa Wesseler

    Theresa Wesseler

    Director of Events


Implement Consulting Group

Next Step by Bindslev