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Entrepreneurial Education in Universities: Russian Practices in the Context of International Experience

Student: Daria Goreva

Supervisor: Pavel Sergeevich Sorokin

Faculty: Graduate School of Business

Educational Programme: Management (Bachelor)

Final Grade: 9

Year of Graduation: 2020

The research highlights the ways of developing the entrepreneurship education system within the world leading Business universities. It is intended to reveal the most effective entrepreneurship-supporting practices for further implementation of those into Russian higher education institutions (HEIs). The 7 institutions mentioned in the UNESCO-supported study, involving the 20 cases of successful entrepreneurship-development practices in the HEIs, were selected for further analysis. The universities were analyzed with respect to the number and types of practices, and each of the analyzed practices was described in terms of its content, facilities required for implementation, as well as the cases of realization within the certain HEI and the influence on the local business economy. The findings revealed some unique practices in each of the HEIs studied, which affect the statistics of the successful startups launched by the students. Moreover, the analysis identified the correlation between the use of certain practices and the studied cases. Overall, the analysis pinpoints specific methods for supporting entrepreneurial thinking practiced within the world leading universities that appear to be effective. Moreover, a separate analysis was made to evaluate the possibility of implementing those methods into Russian Business universities in order to upgrade the local education system.

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