RELEVANCE OF GRADUATES’ COMPETENCIES TOWARD THE EFFECTIVENESS OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP EDUCATION WITHIN A UNIVERSITY CONTEXT: CASE STUDY OF SBM ITB - INDONESIA

Astri Ghina

Abstract

The importance of entrepreneurship education that positively impacts on the creation of new ventures has been widely recognized. Despite numerous studies conducted to evaluate the effectiveness of entrepreneurship education within a university setting, the results are mostly fragmented. Most studies are focused on the unsystematic approach to entrepreneurship education that partially incorporates curricula, certain pedagogy, institutional support, and assessment. This research thus focuses on measuring graduates’ competencies related to the effectiveness level of entrepreneurship education within a university. This measurement is based on the systematic framework of entrepreneurship education. The research findings are as guidelines for attaining effective learning and understanding priorities of key stakeholders within a university to develop entrepreneurial graduates.

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