Assessing the level of entrepreneurship competence of students and employees (Summary)

Assessing the level of entrepreneurship competence of students and employees (Summary)

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Employees, Managers, Students, Teaching staff

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For understanding a needful competencies according to employers’ needs and societal demand the survey was conducted during intervention sessions among students and employees in partner countries. Current summary of the report represents the first stage of the research to determine the initial situation about the level of entrepreneurship competence. In this survey entrepreneurship competence is defined as a comprehensive framework of sub-competencies for personal and professional development of learners. 

The results of self-assessment of entrepreneurship competence among students and employees were analysed and compared by countries and by generations to understand the skills gap between competencies gained from university and real life needs. Based on the comparison of assessments between students and employees, the sub-competencies with lower level assessments are identified for students and employees. The results of analysis are used for the first step to support the development of entrepreneurship competence in entrepreneurship education courses of partner universities.