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Entrepreneur Curriculum

With a belief that entrepreneurship is a major force in creating a knowledge-based society, the Intel´┐Ż Higher Education program: TECHNOLOGY ENTREPRENEURSHIP - THEORY TO PRACTICE; is a program toolkit including curriculum, model business plan competitions, in-classroom exercises and other tools that university professors can use to educate technical graduates on the basics of entrepreneurship. Its goal is to develop truly innovative business people with cross-disciplinary skills, technical expertise and the ability to seize market opportunities. This program is best implemented by combining university curriculum and hands on expertise provided by entrepreneurs local to the university.

Christian Morales, Vice President Sales and Marketing and Co-General Manager of Intel Europe, highlighted this link to the future in his statement at the 2005 EMEA European Academic Forum : "It is very important that educators shift their focus to promoting an entrepreneurial culture. Today, by and large, many educational systems are geared toward creating employees, not entrepreneurs. To change this dynamic, the core curriculum at universities should add basic instruction in what it takes to start and operate a company, including training in formulating a strategy, writing a business plan, marketing, finance and raising capital."

   


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