Minister calls on universities to create more entrepreneurs
Cooperatives and Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) Minister Teten Masduki said this on Sunday 4 September, as reported by the Antara news agency. “This is an important thing for universities, especially the faculty of business and economics, to redesign [the curriculum] to prepare [students to become] entrepreneurs,” Teten said.
With a revised entrepreneurial curriculum, universities can prepare more-upgraded micro, small, and medium enterprises (MSMEs), he said, and revealed that data from the ministry estimated that about 73% of young Indonesians aspire to become business players instead of employees.
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