Entrepreneurship education makes a difference

This is an interesting (but long) article discussing the effects and impact of entrepreneurship programs in higher education.  This particular study focuses on programs in Europe, but the results could be useful to U.S. institutions, as well.  The results showed that entrepreneurship education makes a difference. Those who went through entrepreneurial programs and activities displayed more entrepreneurial attitudes and intentions, got a job sooner after finishing their studies, could innovate more even as employees in a firm, and started more companies on their own.



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