Let's talk about consultancy!


Consultants analyse and assess their needs and provide advice for solutions.

Business consulting includes, in particular, organizational and management support services, IT services or the outsourcing of service functions (purchasing, accounting, human resources, etc.).


Graduates with degrees in humanities are a new recruiting pool for consulting professions:

'We are an intellectual services company that sells reports. Given the increasing multidisciplinarity of our professions, we are looking for young people with a strong intellectual and cultural background, a high degree of adaptation, a willingness to learn and good interpersonal skills.'(Nicolas de Limbourg, PriceWaterhouseCoopers).

The most popular qualifications are less technical than in the early 2000s, when business IT specialists were the most sought after.

We are now turning to more generalist profiles. People with a 'human sciences' degree can adapt to the consulting professions provided they have specific training and support. Employers are looking for open-minded, flexible people with language skills. It is then up to them to teach themselves the secrets and tricks of the consulting profession...

What are the assets of people with a 'human sciences' degree?

The capacity to conceptualise, formalise, write, communicate and find information.


The consultant must be able to justify significant professional experience in their field of work.

The consultant’s profession requires knowledge on how to analyse, advise, accompany, investigate. It requires a taste for human contact and the capacity to synthesise. It also involves a sense of diplomacy, autonomy, curiosity and a spirit of initiative.

Their Role

  • Observe, identify, analyse an operating mode.
  • Find and propose solutions.
  • Assist in implementing the recommendations.

Knowledge and Skills

  • Discipline and creativity.
  • Organisation and maintenance of an information network.
  • Analytical and synthetical thinking.
  • Fluency in English.
  • Written and oral argumentation skills.

Level of Education

The consultant’s profession can be practised at Master level (5 years).


A Junior Consultant earns approximately €3,000 gross per month.

Axis Luxembourg has dedicated its Axis Projects department to consultants

Our commitment:

  • Axis Projects puts all its energy into understanding its client and developing a long-term relationship with them.
  • Axis Projects does not accept missions that are not within its reach. Honesty and transparency are essential.
  • Axis Projects is committed to providing correct and up-to-date market information.
  • Axis Projects is committed to being transparent with the consultants on the client's reality.
  • Axis Projects is committed to treating its partners with respect and in a non-discriminatory manner.
  • Axis Projects is committed to remaining close to the client and the consultant during the execution of the latter's mission.

For all our offers and questions, please contact us directly via Jobs Axis Projects


Anne-Sophie Comazzi