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|Title:||Intellectual Entrepreneurship Dissemination through Hands-On Entrepreneurship Education System and its applicability in Real Time New Ventures Creation in Universitas Ciputra.|
|Keywords:||Intellectual, Dissemination, Entrepreneurship, Real-time Experience, Hands-on Project|
|Publisher:||Proceeding Arte-Polis 4 Internasional Conference, "Creative Connectivity and the Making of Place: Living Smart by design" - Vol.2, 5-7 July 2012 - ISBN: 978-979-18399-5-2 - Architecture Program School of Architecture, Planning and Policy Development Institut Teknologi Bandung.|
|Citation:||Gunawan, L. (2012). Intellectual entrepreneurship dissemination through hands-on entrepreneurship education system and its applicability in real time new ventures creation in universitas ciputra. In Proceeding Arte-Polis 4 Internasional Conference, "Creative Connectivity and the Making of Place: Living Smart by design" (pp. 803-814). Retrieved from http://dspace.uc.ac.id/handle/123456789/159|
|Abstract:||The paper's main purpose is to describe and explain how Entrepreneurship education is conducted and disseminated in Universitas CiputraTM, Surabaya through hands-on experience and real time project involving internal parties: students, faculty members, practitioners as mentors as well as external parties such as: vendors, distributors, landlords, customers, shipping companies, attorneys and law firms. Students' participation within Entrepreneurial Project (EP) unit is compulsory, there are seven EP in International Business Management (IBM) Faculty but the one to be looked further within this research is EP2 the reason for choosing EP2 is because in the 2nd semester students are required to create new venture creation and therefore dynamic in forming new business venture is actively captured and occurred within the stage. Dissemination process is conducted through curriculum execution, real-time business practice combined with consultation sessions and mentoring programs conducted every week. Successful rate used in grading process are: learning logs, achieved competencies, financial achievement, sustainable forward strategic thinking, and team-workability. Intellectual Entrepreneurship dissemination process ha certain obstacles when assessed from the structured academic point of view, faculty members and mentors limited capacity, ethical behavior applicability which is highly emphasized throughout this education system but difficulties arise while checking the real world practices, also the project timelines itself Suggestions such as: improved evaluation system, better facilitator and mentor to student ratio, better infrastructure and project facilities are highlighted thus the future Intellectual dissemination Entrepreneurship process quality and effectiveness within Universitas CiputraTM's Education System would be enhanced.|
|Appears in Collections:||Lecture Papers International Published Articles|
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