Category - Alfred MODISE

Central University of Technology, Free State, South Africa

Omotosho Ademola OLUMUYIWA Mathew Kimweli KIMANZI Alfred MODISE

Developing Enterprising Graduates in the Fourth Industrial Revolution: Implications for South African Higher Education Institutions

Due to the global prevalence of youth unemployment and the increased demand for enterprising graduates, university-based entrepreneurship education which began several decades ago in the United States is now widely acknowledged and popular in many nations. Accordingly, the pressure created by the pandemic era also necessitates that universities produce graduates who are well-equipped with the essential skills and competencies needed to address current and future challenges. This study employs the use of systematic analysis of literature to explore the common elements that exist in some of the world's most successful entrepreneurial training models. The authors specifically reviewed a number of successful entrepreneurial training strategies from top-tier higher education institutions from 5 countries across 3 continents. The analysed training models differ in their designs. However, despite these variances, certain commonalities such as the use of live projects and the apprenticeship...

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