Work for clients
In the Summer consultants you and your team will work with real cases for clients, for example to create and refine business concepts, develop new products, services and environments. You will be working with three of the summer's six cases where you’re expected to take lead and project manage one of them and learn something new in the other two.
In the Summer consultants you will contribute with your special skills, but you will also gain invaluable experience and insights from your team members and your clients.
What do I get out of it?
In early summer, you and the other participants a customized start-up training to get started with your consulting business. During the summer, you build up your portfolio with real reference object and when the summer is over, you’ll have a new network of both clients and potential partners. The icing on the cake is that you’ll also get to invoice 50 000 SEK excl. VAT for the summer’s work.
Who can participate?
All students at Luleå University can apply to the Summer consultants. Since we are looking for variety it doesn’t matter which program you are studying or what year you’re in. The Summer consultants run on the talent, expertise and ideas that students with different backgrounds have and share.
How do I apply to become a Summer Consultant?
If you like the idea of the Summer consultants and feel that you would want to contribute in any of the cases with your special skillset (for example in product and service development, business development, marketing, garphic design or something completely different), please send your application including CV, cover letter and, if applicaple, portfolio to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than February 28th. You’ll know if you’ve made the team within three weeks of the last application date.
Demola is run by LTU Business as a part of a regional development project financed by LTU Business, Luleå University of Technology, Längmanska företagarfonden, Norrbotten County Council, County Administrative Board of Norrbotten and the European Regional Development Fund.