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What is Graduate Entrepreneurship

Promoting Entrepreneurship to Reduce Graduate Unemployment
Earning a degree in entrepreneurship qualifies graduates to work as experts in many business fields. Many individuals go on to lead a start-up and create a new business. Graduate may also work as consultants, offering advice and guidance to fledgling entrepreneurs.
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The University Environment and Graduate Entrepreneurship: A Study of Ranchi City
Bhavna Taneja (Amity University, Ranchi, India)
Copyright: © 2022 |Pages: 31
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-9581-7.ch009
Every individual wants to be self-sufficient and economically independent. Entrepreneurship is the activity of setting up a business, taking financial risks in the hope of earning profit. Entrepreneur education provides the students with the groundwork needed to start successful commercial or non-commercial businesses, create and endorse new products and processes, engage in social entrepreneurship, and serve as leaders in organizations. This study provides the basis for understanding the entrepreneurial intentions and role of education for a college student—of interest to both researchers and policymakers. The objectives of the study are to understand what graduate entrepreneurship is. The internal factors that encourage students to choose graduate entrepreneurship are entrepreneurial intentions, attitudes, and motivation of students. The external factors that motivate students to choose graduate entrepreneurship are the educational environment of colleges, interaction with existing entrepreneurs, and government policies.
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Agropreneurship among Gen Y in Malaysia: The Role of Academic Institutions
Entrepreneurship business activities that are run and managed by graduates who have graduated from higher education institutions.
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