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We’re looking for the best and the brightest

A smarter planet requires smart people—talented university students to fuel our growth and develop into the future leaders of our business. We value the fresh perspective that our entry-level consultants and interns bring. Whatever your background, you can turn your expertise into value for the world’s leading FORTUNE 1000 clients and government agencies.

We require:

And, we prefer:

To learn more about what we look for in a successful consultant, download our Consulting by Degrees brochure (PDF, 1.3MB) now.

Join us. Let's build a smarter planet.

Available Consulting by Degrees opportunities

Think you're a good fit?

If so, we'd love to meet you in-person at one of the many schools or conferences and events that we'll be attending.

Be sure to mark your calendar and join us. If you're not able to meet us in-person, submit your resume and profile online for consideration.


If GBS is coming to your campus, check with your university Career Services Office to find out when we'll be visiting. Meet us at university-sponsored career fairs and attend our IBM information sessions. If you would like to be considered for interviews while we're there, you'll need to complete the following two steps:


If we're not coming to your campus, we'd still like to hear from you. Simply follow these steps:

We'll carefully review your submission and determine if there's a match between your interests and skills and current consulting opportunities. If a match is found, we will contact you. If no current match is found, we encourage you to check back to see what new opportunities come available.

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