An Empirical Study on Impact of College Carve-Out Education on Entrepreneur Intention

Guifang ZHANG, Luqing FAN, Ziqi CHU, Peng CHENG

Abstract


Abstract Carve-out education is becoming increasingly important in current days since the business set up by college students produce a significant effect on the economic growth. Entrepreneur intention, part of carve-out education, is receiving more and more attention. Based on educational systems over the world and the datum of Chinese college students, the article studies the impact of the college carve-out education on students’ entrepreneur intention with the structure equation modeling (SEM). The research shows that carve-out education can enhance entrepreneur intention indirectly by updating students’ knowledge, cultivating their entrepreneurial abilities and reinforcing their determination. The colleges and other educational organizations should also provide plenty of training projects and encourage students to participate in company operation. In addition, some successful entrepreneurs should be invited to give lectures in colleges.

Key words: Entrepreneurship Education; College Student Entrepreneurship; Entrepreneurship Intention


Keywords


Entrepreneurship Education; College Student Entrepreneurship; Entrepreneurship Intention

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968%2Fj.hess.1927024020120202.1699

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