There are 16 Working Groups in 15 disciplines: Business , Agronomy, Architecture, Law, Education, Nursing, Physics, Geology, History, Computer Sciences, Civil Engineering, Mathematics, Medicine, Psychology and Chemistry. There is a sixteenth cross group work the issue of Social Innovation.

These working groups consist of between 11 and 19 universities each, making a total of 230 participating students. Each of the twelve working groups, will have a coordinator who will serve on the Management Committee. These coordinators will moderate the discussion and will be responsible for drafting the minutes of all meetings of the group for the project. Also be responsible for centralizing information and distribute tasks among group members.