IMPACT OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP EDUCATION ON STUDENTS’ ENTREPRENEURIAL INCLINATION: A CASE OF PUBLIC SECTOR UNIVERSITIES

Authors

  • Rabia Aslam, Saima Iqbal, Nazir Ahmed

Abstract

Entrepreneurship education play an important role in rising nations and increase job opportunities. The present study was aimed to identify the impact of entrepreneurship education in term of university role and entrepreneurship curriculum or content on students’ entrepreneurial inclination. Quantitative approach with causal comparative research design was used. The population of the study comprised of final year under graduate students of public sector universities of Karachi, Pakistan who have studied entrepreneurship course as a compulsory subject. Stratified random sampling technique was applied and electronic survey questionnaire was sent to the 489 final year undergraduate students of public sector universities of Karachi. Finding suggest that of entrepreneurship education in term of university role and entrepreneurship curriculum or content have a significant impact on students’ entrepreneurial inclination. It is suggested that students should be prepared to change their existing learning strategy to one that is more practical, as this is essential in the entrepreneurial learning process.

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Published

2022-03-31

How to Cite

Rabia Aslam, Saima Iqbal, Nazir Ahmed. (2022). IMPACT OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP EDUCATION ON STUDENTS’ ENTREPRENEURIAL INCLINATION: A CASE OF PUBLIC SECTOR UNIVERSITIES. Pakistan Journal of Educational Research, 5(1). Retrieved from http://pjer.org/index.php/pjer/article/view/432