Entrepreneurship in Higher Education Curriculla: Evidence from Indonesia

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Albet Maydiantoro et al.


Entrepreneurship education in Indonesian universities does not yet have a clear model. This systematic literature review was carried out by analyzing 15 selected articles (2015-2020) to study the overview of entrepreneurial curricula in universities in Indonesia. The study shows that most of the (8) analyzed papers focused on knowing the effect or relationship of entrepreneurship education on independent variables or using methods with a quantitative approach. However, a small proportion (6) of articles are focused on developing entrepreneurship learning in higher education, and only (3) articles discuss teaching materials and models of entrepreneurship development in universities in Indonesia. Entrepreneurship education in tertiary institutions is related to building entrepreneurial personality, an entrepreneurial mindset, and entrepreneurial habits that are every time creative and innovative, creating added utility or good values, taking benefit of opportunity, and taking hazard. Facing the defiance of highly competitive coming times, entrepreneurial habits is necessary for all occupations or professions. Therefore entrepreneurship education can be implemented in tertiary institutions and applied to all students regardless of the sector of knowledge creature studied. Indonesia has developed a higher education entrepreneurship curriculum by applying technopreneurship, digitalpreneurship, edupreneurship, ecopreneurship, sosiopreneurship materials. Indonesia is a multi-ethnic, multi-cultural and multi-cultural country, but ethnography-based entrepreneurship has never been proposed and studied, so research on the relationship between entrepreneurship and ethnography (ethnopreneurship) needs to be carried out by further researchers to produce local wisdom-based entrepreneurs who can be called Ethnopreneurs.

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