THE ShARE EXPERIENCE
With a presence in 25 top universities across 10 countries, we offer our students a unique platform to get trained on consulting methodologies, share their ideas with 700 other students and join a 3000 alumni network.
ShARE helps our students to acquire the consulting toolkit. That includes problem solving, slide making, analytics, story lining, interview of experts, large survey, and more. This is the language we use to share insights in ShARE.
"On the job" practice
ShARE students put in practice the consulting toolkit to share their insights with other members and with our corporate partners.
Mentorship with young executives
Students are coached by executives when they work on global projects. In some regions, they can have access to mentors who can guide them in their transition to corporate life.
Debate the world
ShARE students work on hot society or business topics together with colleagues from 10 other countries. We want to bring our inputs to shape the society of tomorrow.
Join a global alumni network
Our students join a 3000+ alumni network and whether they work in Paris, London, New York or Shanghai, they will always find some ShARE alumni to help.
Our global members manage teams and students from various backgrounds and countries. This is a unique exposure that prepares them to become future leaders.
A TYPICAL MEMBER
A bright student
ShARE recruits students from prestigious universities and applies a 3 step recruitment process.
..with a passion for knowledge
ShARE is also a think tank and our students share their ideas that can shape tomorrow's society.
..a desire to connect
ShARE students belong a local team but also to one of our 6 global knowledge networks and are encouraged to work on joint-projects with students from other countries.
..and very hard-working
ShARE is demanding. It requires in average 4-5 hours per week for a period of 2 years. Sometimes work load can go up to 30 hours when students work on a project.
Being a student at ShARE requires some commitment. You only get a lot out of it, if you do the whole program which takes 1.5 years.
1 - Junior member
All ShARE students join as junior members. This step, similarly to all, lasts for a semester. During that time, our students are trained on basic consulting methodologies. They also put this into practice through a case study that they share on our member access.
2. Senior member
As senior members, our students can work on case with a start-up or on a joint project across several countries.
Our students have acquired the consulting toolkit and can now work on global insights and enjoy coaching by a mentor from a top company.
4. Senior associate
Senior associates are usually project managers of global projects, managers of local teams or hold global responsibilities.
HOW IT WORKS IN PRACTICE
Have a look at our video to see how it works in practice.
We have currently 25 teams in 10 countries in 3 continents. All our teams are set-up within the top 5 universities of the country.
Delhi School of Economics
University of Dhaka
University of Porto
We have now more than 3000 alumni from 10 countries and placed in 30 cities.
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
Yuankai was the president of ShARE-SJTU in Shanghai. He is now an associate at Morgan Stanley in the Shanghai office.Yuankai
Pratik is a former student at ShARE-ISI. He is now a Vice President at Goldman Sachs in Mumbai.Pratik
Zainab is a former ShARE student at LUMS. She is now a consultant at the World Bank in Washington DC.Zainab
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.
Niroshan was the global Co-President of ShARE in 2007. After ShARE, he joined the “talent programme”. He made a big shift in his career and became the Managing Director of Kaymu, an online shopping market place sponsored by Rocket Internet, that he grew from 1 to 200 employees in 7 countries.Niroshan
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
WANT TO JOIN US?
Join a team
We run recruitment every year. To be sure you not miss it, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org mentioning the team you want to join in the subject.
Set up a team
If you are a student in a top university where ShARE is not present and want to set up a team, send us an email to email@example.com.