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Entrepreneurship Education: A road to success

This report provides a compilation of evidence from 23 countries, including the UK, on the impact of entrepreneurship education strategies and measures. The prevailing impression that emerged from the evidence collected is that entrepreneurship education works.

The study found that students participating in entrepreneurship education are more likely to start their own business and their companies tend to be more innovative and more successful than those led by persons without entrepreneurship education backgrounds. It also found that entrepreneurship education alumni are at lower risk of being unemployed, and are more often in steady employment; compared to their peers, they have better jobs and make more money.

Other Publishers: European Commission

Production date: 2015

How to obtain: Download Entrepreneurship Education: A road to success

Communities: Graduate Labour Market (GLaM), Enterprise

Audiences: Careers practitioners

Format: Web



Tags: entrepreneurship entrepreneurial enterprise self employment

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