The Do Well Do Good Programme (DWDG)
The Do Well Do Good programme is offered globally at no cost to any university student who is committed to build a more inclusive and sustainable society.
Today, 2544 students from 121 top universities and 46 countries are following the DWDG programme.
The 4 Pillars
The pedagogy in ShARE is similar to the one in the corporate world and complementary to the academic world.
Students are grouped into teams of 5 : groups compete and students grade is made of 50% of their own grade and 50% of their team grade
Learning by doing
Students spend more than 60% of their time on real projects so they can sharpen their skills through practice
Learning by teaching
2nd year students become teachers of the first year students : this is the best way to ensure concept and skills have been fully acquired
The programme has 5 modules and runs over 2 academic years. It is adjusted to local context to ensure students can balance their time between the programme and their academic curriculum.
During a typical week, a student will spend 2-3 hours on e-learning, 4-5 hours on assignments, and 2 hours in local team meetings.
Module 1 - 4 weeks
"First Consulting Presentation "
Apply basic consulting skills into an simple issue
Module 2 - 8 weeks
"Start-up project "
Apply your consulting skills on a Do Well Do Good start-up
Module 3 - 5 weeks
Work with students from 4 different countries on a Do Well Do Good case
Module 4 - 4 weeks
"NGO Project "- Engaging with an education/recycling organisation
Module 5 - 4 weeks
"DWDG Transformation Case From a Corporate Partner"