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Title: Entrepreneurship Education and Graduate Employability: Implications for Policy and Practice
Authors: Addo, Paul Kwadwo
Ibitola, Eyarefe D.
Ralph, Nyadu-Addo
Keywords: Entrepreneurship Education
Human Resource
Higher Institutions
Entrepreneurship Clinic.
Issue Date: Sep-2018
Publisher: Article published in KIU Journal of Education,2015, vol. 9: 1-14
Abstract: The paper takes a look at entrepreneurship education and its impact on human resource needs of developing countries. It presents an evaluation of survey undertaken by KNUST Entrepreneurship Clinic. It therefore advocates for investment in entrepreneurship education in higher institutions especially in developing countries. This study will help to influence youth’s attitude towards entrepreneurship education and also impact policy on entrepreneurship education. The study makes empirical and theoretical contribution by focusing on the research area that has received less attention especially in the context of entrepreneurship education and graduate employment implication for policy and practice. It recommends for higher institutions to review their curricula and build collaborative support with the industry to help educate the next generation of thinkers who will propel African’s development.
Description: an article published by globaledunet.org
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/12170
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