Presentation on theme: "INAUGURAL CONFERENCE ON ‘ STUDENT AFFAIRS GOVERNANCE: ISUES, CHALLENGES & OPPORTUNITIES “ CULTIVATING A CULTURE OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP” BY ABDUL AZIZ AB LATIF."— Presentation transcript:
INAUGURAL CONFERENCE ON ‘ STUDENT AFFAIRS GOVERNANCE: ISUES, CHALLENGES & OPPORTUNITIES “ CULTIVATING A CULTURE OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP” BY ABDUL AZIZ AB LATIF UNIVERSITI MALAYSIA KELANTAN February 26TH, 2013.
Lounched on 13th April 2010Purpose Encourage and strengthen the entrepreneurship development of IPT which is more systematic and holistic. Main Goals To produce modal insan that have more quality and sense, attributes and have entrepreneurship value; and To produce more graduate entrepreneurs who will act as catalyst for economic transformation that will develop into high-income economies and based on innovation towards achieving developed nation status by 2020.
Reach the standard of responsibility centre Planning, coordinating, monitoring and evaluating entrepreneurship development program of IPT Core 1: Establish entrepreneurship centre IPT need to have systematic planning and clear goals by the aspects of education implementation and their entrepreneurship programs. The entrepreneurship element need to be embedded explicitly over curriculum. Core 2: Providing education and entrepreneurship program which is systematic and holistic To produce university graduate student who really involve in the field of entrepreneurship/business. Core 3: Strengthen the entrepreneurship and developing program
To access weather education, program and entrepreneurship activity which have been done successfully achieve the objective set or vice versa. Core 4: Creating effective measurement mechanisms Including atmosphere, infrastructure and holistic entrepreneurial support system. Core 5: Providing conducive environment and ecosystem for entrepreneurship program The application of culture and entrepreneurship value. Practical knowledge of entrepreneurship Core 6: Strengthen the competencies of entrepreneurship educators
The establishment of Entrepreneurship Center in IPT 16 Entrepreneurship center in IPT Entrepreneurship Development Centre Community College (PUSKOM) Entrepreneurship Curriculum IPTA : Basic Module Entrepreneurial Culture(APK) Politeknik: PB201 (Entrepreneurship) PB 504 (Entrepreneurship Development) Community College : Modular Courses Entrepreneurship Entrepreneurship Co-curriculum Entrepreneurship as one of the co-curriculum courses as credit Strategic collaboration with industry MoU KPT-PUNB MoU KPT-PUNB-Celcom MoU KPT-JCORP-DPIM MoU KPT-SMECorp.
20 Entrepreneurship Development Master Plan of Higher Education Establishment of the Council of Higher Education Entrepreneurship
Guiding Principles in Formulating Entrepreneuship Education Entrepreneurship can be taught/learned at an early age It must be taught in an enterprising way using student centered methods It must contain both knowledge and experiential elements It should be delivered in a cross-curricular manner, not only as a stand alone course (all students should be exposed) – appropriate to grade levels Teachers should be heavily involved in design and development of the curriculum and resource materials There should be interaction with the business community Students should rewarded for their achievements
Key Success Elements Presence of a lead organizing body Presence of champions in various parts of the system Baseline research – “stock-taking” Budget commitment Commitment from the “top” to do it Integration of entrepreneurship-related outcomes in (national/regional) curriculum guidelines Integrated approach; lots of partnerships Interaction between education system and the community (entrepreneurs, support agencies, banks Training of teaching staffs /involvement in development
Lots of Potential for Entrepreneurship Education Programs Demand for entrepreneurship education programs is diverse! Career options: – Become an entrepreneur or work for one, – Work for an organization that serves SMEs or a company where SMEs are customers or suppliers, – Become a professor or teacher of entrepreneurship, – Work for government to develop policies focused on fostering entrepreneurship Higher potential entrepreneurs can be found in university environments System needs more capacity, broader course offerings, sharing of good practice and systematic impact studies
Innovations in Higher Learning Instituitions Entrepreneurship Education Support Campus incubators Campus venture capital funds (to seed campus businesses) Entrepreneurial know-how courses Student entrepreneurs’ clubs/ associations Entrepreneurs-in-residence Seminars for new entrepreneurship lecturers Business Plan competitions Awards for collegiate entrepreneurs (Global program) Online resource centres for students who want to be entrepreneurs
INCULCATING ENTREPRENEURSHIP CULTURE AND ATTIBUTES IN STUDENTS’ PROGRAMS AND ACTIVITIES AT STUDENT AFFAIRS LEVEL VOLUNTIERISM SPORTS AND RECREATION CULTURAL EVENTS ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND BUSINESS ACTIVIES LEADERSHIP PROGRAMS CO CURICLUM ACTIVIES ECONOMY, SOCIAL, AND COMMUNITY SERVICES PROGRAMS. BAKTISISWA STUDENTS RESIDENTIAL ECOSYSTEM.