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2018 | 1/2018 (73), t.2 | 143-169
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Effect of Incorporating Entrepreneurship Module in Non-Business Major Programs in Higher Education Institutes (HEI): A Study of the Science Major Students at The Institut d’Enseignement Supérieur (INES) de Ruhengeri in Rwanda

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Wpływ wprowadzenia zajęć z przedsiębiorczości do programów nauczania na kierunkach pozabiznesowych na uczelniach wyższych – badanie studentów kierunków naukowych w Institut d’Enseignement Supérieur (INES) de Ruhengeri w Rwandzie
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This study assesses the impact of inclusion of entrepreneurial contents in curricula in developing entrepreneurial- like thinking in non-business major students in Institut d’Enseignement Supérieur de Ruhengeri in Rwanda. A comparison of findings before and after the training indicate that systematic learning of entrepreneurship can effectively contribute to the focused development of meta-level skills and leave important input for the policymakers and education strategists who look forward to reforming the supplyside of the labor market as a catalyst of growth.
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Artykuł oparty jest na studium przypadku i zawiera ocenę wpływu włączenia zagadnień z zakresu przedsiębiorczości do programów nauczania w celu rozwoju przedsiębiorczego sposobu myślenia u studentów kierunków pozabiznesowych w Institut d’Enseignement Supérieur (INES) de Ruhengeri w Rwandzie. Porównanie wyników przed szkoleniem i po nim wskazuje, że systematyczna nauka przedsiębiorczości może skutecznie przyczyniać się do ukierunkowanego rozwoju metaumiejętności oraz dostarczyć istotnej wiedzy decydentom i strategom edukacyjnym, którzy chcieliby zreformować podażową część rynku pracy jako katalizator wzrostu.
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143-169
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2018-03-02
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  • International SEPT Program, Leipzig University
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  • International SEPT Program, Leipzig University
  • International SEPT Program, Leipzig University
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ISSN
1644-9584
YADDA identifier
bwmeta1.element.desklight-73d6b36e-cedd-4ae9-857b-5f966fd5ab80
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