Students’ Perception on Entrepreneurship Education: The Case of Universiti Malaysia Perlis

  •  Teh Nian    
  •  Rosni Bakar    
  •  Md. Islam    


Entrepreneurship education plays an important role in developing entrepreneurs. The entrepreneurship knowledge and skills have vital contribution to economic growth. This study aims to investigate the practice of entrepreneurship education in University Malaysia Perlis and perception of students on entrepreneurship education. Primary data are collected to reveal students’ perceptions toward entrepreneurship education, for example the teaching method and their desired entrepreneurship skills. The results show that the performance of entrepreneurship education in University Malaysia Perlis was favorable and recognized by students. The results also include the preferred teaching method and assessment methods of students. The findings of this study will contribute to the further research in the area of entrepreneurship education and provide useful information for higher learning institutions in Malaysia to improve their entrepreneurship education curricula and practices.

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