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ENTREPRENEURIAL EDUCATION AT UNIVERSITIES: A CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK

ENTREPRENEURIAL EDUCATION AT UNIVERSITIES: A CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK

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Considered as the essentials of economic growth, entrepreneurs are defined as people that realize an opportunity and take necessary risks to benefit from it. In order to make aware and direct individuals to national development in early ages and to seed entrepreneurship in minds as a cultural value, entrepreneurship attitudes are becoming widespread nowadays. As being the future entrepreneurs, university students are national resources and every effort to increase entrepreneurial intentions are utmost important for the whole country. In this regard, the aim of this study is to provide a capsulated conceptual framework to highlight the importance of entrepreneurial education and to provide an understanding on where we are as a country.
Abstract (Original Language): 
Ekonomik büyümenin temel taşlarından biri olarak düşünülen girişimciler bir fırsatı fark ederek bu fırsattan fayda elde edebilmek için gerekli riskleri alabilen bireyler olarak tanımlanmaktadır. Bireyleri genç yaşlarda ulusal gelişim ve büyüme hakkında bilinçlendirmek, yönlendirmek ve girişimcilik anlayışını bir kültürel değer olarak genç beyinlere yerleştirebilmek amacı ile girişimcilik günümüzde yaygın bir kavram olarak karşımıza çıkmaktadır. Geleceğin girişimcileri olarak üniversite öğrencileri birer ulusal kaynak olarak görülmeli ve girişimcilik eğilimlerini arttırmaya yönelik her çabanın tüm ülke için önemi göz ardı edilmemelidir. Bu bağlamda, bu çalışmanın amacı girişimcilik eğitiminin önemine kavramsal bir çerçeveden bakarak ülke olarak ne durumda olduğumuzu anlamaya çalışmaktır.

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