Economic Annals-ХХI: Volume 194, Issue (11-12), Pages: 144-150
Susilaningsih (2021). Generic entrepreneurship education program design for universities. Economic Annals-XXI, 194(11-12), 144-150. doi: https://doi.org/10.21003/ea.V194-18
PhD (Economics Education),
Department of Accounting Education, and Peer Group,
Center of Entrepreneurship Development,
Sebelas Maret University
Surakarta, 57126, Indonesia
ORCID ID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-0620-4106
Generic entrepreneurship education program design for universities
Abstract. Universities in Indonesia have implemented entrepreneurship education, and some have committed to developing a good entrepreneurial culture. This study aims to design an entrepreneurship education program as a generic model applicable to universities. The method in this research is qualitative descriptive with a case study approach. The research was conducted at four universities in Indonesia. Data was obtained using in-depth interviews and observation. Data analysis uses triangulation, namely collecting data, validating data, presenting data, and drawing conclusions.
The study results indicate that the entrepreneurship education program model should be considered, and one university must own it. The implementation of entrepreneurship education programs must be carried out in stages, continuously, and integrated manner. The entrepreneurship education model offered is generic. Entrepreneurial culture will be more developed because it is interpreted or perceived as an attitude or mental character that helps in all work. It has been proved that the implementation of entrepreneurship education needs to consider management factors such as university commitment, entrepreneurial climate, main activities, supporting activities, infrastructure, facilities, and cooperation.
Keywords: Entrepreneurship Education; Entrepreneurship Programs; Entrepreneurial Culture; Entrepreneurial University
JEL Classifications: A11; A20; A30; I18
Acknowledgements and Funding: The author received no direct funding for this research.
Contribution: The author contributed personally to this work.
Data Availability Statement: The dataset is available from the author upon request.
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Received in revised form 14.09.2021
Available online 27.12.2021