• ISSN: 2155-7950
  • Journal of Business and Economics

Entrepreneurship Education and Its Role in Influencing Intention to

Become Entrepreneurs: Study Based on London and Delhi

Kavita Panwar Seth, Fintan Clear
(Brunel University London, UK)
Abstract: Entrepreneurship plays a significant role in economic development of the society and education is also the most important pillar for the development of the nation and this is the reason that business schools and universities are paying their attention to promote entrepreneurship education programmes. But these programmes are being provided at numerous levels and there is a great need to assess the effectiveness of these programmes from different aspects. National culture and pedagogical engineering of courses can play an important role in this area and it can be considered as a good contribution in theory as well as in practice. Certain aspects of entrepreneurship can be taught successfully. But we need to find out that how can we make entrepreneurship education programmes more effective? The aim of the research is to find out the impact of entrepreneurship education programmes in terms of intention and also to study the factors which can increase the intention? The research will be conducted in two different countries to test whether the results can be applied universally or they are very different in different countries.
Key words: entrepreneurship education; intention; courses; culture; effectiveness
JEL codes: Y2, M1, I2

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