Do well, do good
Doing well and doing good are not only compatible, it is the only way that our leaders can shape a more just and sustainable world. The ShARE leadership programme complements the curriculum of the best universities around the world to grow a new generation of leaders who will do well for themselves and do good for the world.
The programme is designed to help ShARE students succeed in their career. They work on real-world cases and are trained and coached by Tier 1 consultants in the process. We want ShARE students to be exceptional leaders who will climb the corporate ladder faster than the others.
Through case studies, working with NGOs, and learning about each others' cultures, we hope to make our students realise the responsibility they have as future leaders to shape a better world and to align the corporate world with the betterment of society.
A programme to complement your academic curriculum...
A 2 year programme that requires an average of 10 hours per week but which offers scheduling flexibility to avoid exams and internship commitments.
...structured around 4 pillars
...and that follows 3 learning methodologies
Students join the programme in groups of 4. They go through the programme in groups because it is more fun and more effective to learn together.
Learning by doing
A key pillar of our learning methodology is to turn theory into practice. You will practice the skills you learn in our online courses in class and through individual and group projects.
Learning by teaching
The second year students become teachers of the first year students. Because once you are able to teach, it means that you have fully mastered the concepts.
The ShARE student
The ShARE student is a bright and hard working student, open to the world and passionate about making it better.
"10 years after my studies and a successful career as first a Banker in London and Singapore and then an Entrepreneur, I still see ShARE as the biggest positive driver of my professional foundation thanks to three things: 1. I learned at ShARE international leadership - the ability to coordinate and manage remote multicultural teams which is now a must-have in corporates 2. Critical thinking skills via exchanging economic and business ideas with bright students over the world 3. Connection with alumni throughout the world"
Niroshan Balasubramaniam, ShARE EPFL alumni
"In ShARE I learnt 3 things. First be empathetic and think from others’ perspectives when managing and leading teams; second, consulting and problem solving skills from doing start-up and global projects; and finally global-mindedness, the importance and fun of being globally connected….and I will take for life the friendship with members from all over the world, mentorship with great professionals from the best firms, and the importance of contributing back to society and making real impact."
Huang Qing, ShARE NTU alumni
A ShARE student can't join the programme on his/her own. He/She has to set up a team of ~20 other students. ShARE currently has 700 students spread over 30 top universities and 15 countries.
Xian Jiaotong University
Hong Kong University
Chinese University of Hong Kong
University of Philippines
University of Indonesia
University of Dhaka
EUROPE, AFRICA, LATAM
University of Porto
University of Addis Abeba
American University of Beirut
3000 alumni spread across 20 countries and 50 cities. A powerful community that you can count on to do well and good!
Yang Ying was a student at ShARE-Fudan. She was also the project manager of the Social Business project of ShARE and Peace Nobel Prize laureate Prof. Yunus. She is now an associate at McKinsey in San Francisco.Yang Ying
Louis Antoine was a global member of ShARE in charge of business development. He is now a project manager at McKinsey in Paris.Louis Antoine
Sijia is a co-founder of ShARE-SJTU. She is now a Project Leader at the Boston Consulting Group, in the Hong Kong office.Sijia
Vladimir is one of the first 7 members who founded ShARE in Shanghai. He is now the CEO of Labbrand, a leading branding consulting company in Asia, that he set up from scratch. Labbrand now has 100 employees and advises big names like Starbucks.Vladimir
Pragyan is a founding member of ShARE-DSE. Pragyan did a PhD at LSE, worked for the Bank of England and is now an economist at the IMF in Washington.
Zainab is a former ShARE student at LUMS. She is now a consultant at the World Bank in Washington DC.Zainab