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Title: An overview of entrepreneurship education programmes in Hong Kong
Authors: Cheung, Chi Kim
Issue Date: Sep-2008
Publisher: Routledge
Journal: Journal of Vocational Education and Training
Abstract: Private and public organisations play a significant role in the development of entrepreneurship education. They give schools support of various kinds including the provision of seed capital and first-hand and latest information about the business sector. The fast growth of entrepreneurship education worldwide is largely due to the efforts of the private and public sectors, and Hong Kong is no exception. The major entrepreneurship training programmes that have taken place in recent years have all been organised by private and public organisations, and they have provided a large number of students with the opportunity to receive entrepreneurship education. This study surveys the major entrepreneurship education programmes offered by private and public organisations in Hong Kong, outlines their common objectives, and assesses their perceived effectiveness.
Keywords: Foreign countries
Program descriptions
Educational objectives
Private schools
Public schools
Program effectiveness
Work experience
School business relationship
Type: Article
ISSN: 1363-6820
DOI: 10.1080/13636820802305595
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