Entrepreneurship education in the Higher Learning Institutions (HLIs) have been recognised as essential for increasing graduate employability and combating unemployment amongst graduates. This project was initiated to assess the achievements of Malaysia’s strategic plan for spurring entrepreneurship education in HLIs. ACC engaged with entrepreneurship centres within various HLIs, students (past and present), lecturers as well as key members of corporate and public sector organisations (including policy makers).
The findings for this study were subsequently presented at the 4th UNESCO-APEID Meeting on Entrepreneurship Education in Bangkok in October 2015 by the Head of the Entrepreneurship Unit in Malaysia’s Ministry of Higher Education.
Read about the outcomes of the study here