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Entrepreneurship Education, Self-Confidence, and Students’ Career Choice as an Entrepreneur


Abdullah Al- Mamun and Shaw Pui Fong and Noorshella Che Nawi and Siti Farhah Fazira Shamsudin (2015) Entrepreneurship Education, Self-Confidence, and Students’ Career Choice as an Entrepreneur. In: The 2nd CHREST International Conference: Transforming Human Capital or Global Competitiveness, 10-11 June 2015, Palm Garden Hotel, IOI Resort, Putrajaya.


Introduction-Entrepreneurship is perceived as an accurate field and should be given priority to produce graduates who are mentally strong and competitive. Malaysian government and the higher education sector have been working together over a number of years to increase the impact of the higher education on business and society. The Ministry of Education has instructed all local public universities to pursue the entrepreneurship curriculum, content and programs as a preparation for students to venture into business (Othman, Othman, and Ismail 2012)

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Collection Type: Institution
Date: 2015
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