Junior Consulting is being supported by the following companies:
Onze gouden partner
A leading professional services practice in Belgium, Deloitte offers value added services in audit & risk advisory, accounting, tax, consulting, and financial advisory services. In Belgium, Deloitte has more than 4,400 employees in 12 locations across the country, serving national and international companies, from small and middle-sized enterprises, to public sector and non-profit organisations.
Our silver partner
"The students of Junior Consulting may still be young in experience, but they more than compensate this with an eagerness to learn and a willingness to work. Their projects have a level of content that far exceeds that of some 'so-called' consultants, and their clients will soon forget that they are actually still in their studies. We should cherish such high potentials, and we are happy to do our bit to give them every opportunity in the job market," says Koen De Moortel, founder of Upstream.
Our bronze partner
myShortlist is an online career orientation tool, tailored to young graduates. Using 6 scientifically validated questionnaires, myShortlist guides you towards jobs and company cultures that fit your unique profile. Moreover, the platform contains useful tips & tricks to build your CV, create a strong elevator pitch and LinkedIn profile and provides information about all different steps of the application process.
Our supporting partners
Since 2017, Junior Consulting is part of JE Belgium, an organisation of Junior Enterprises in Belgium. Connected by a common goal, all companies join forces to strengthen each other. Junior Consulting therefore also complies with the quality label awarded by JE Belgium, which stands for a high quality of service.
Puro is the Fairtrade coffee brand of Miko Coffee Service. All Puro coffees are 100% Fairtrade certified. Puro supports coffee farmers in the South and gives them a fair price for their products. Puro is a 'green' coffee! It donates a contribution to the nature conservation organisation World Land Trust to buy endangered areas of rainforest and to manage them sustainably.
Whether you want to become an entrepreneur, a liberal profession, a civil servant, a policymaker or an employee, it is very important to use your entrepreneurial skills for every job. Would you like to discover what you are good at and what you like to do during your time as a student and develop your entrepreneurial skills further and gain experience? Then StudentStartUP UHasselt would like to help you with this.
Through the project Pitch Please they organize numerous events such as workshops, inspiration cafes, information sessions, competitions, etc. to boost your entrepreneurial skills.
If you have a vague or concrete idea of starting up your own business or letting it grow, StudentStartUp will guide you from A to Z. Also take a look at their multidisciplinary courses on entrepreneurship.