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, 2791 students from 114 top universities and 47 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 various modules and runs over few weeks. 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"