In recent years many universities have created entrepreneurship centers which offer a set of services to students, educators and professionals in order to promote entrepreneurial attitudes. The first part of this work is focused on describing a university entrepreneurship program as a service business. The second part summarizes the results of the empirical study based on the Students' Evaluation of Educational Quality (SEEQ) questionnaire administered to 106 students of the Technical University of Catalonia (UPC) in Spain who attended the entrepreneurship courses offered by the entrepreneurship centre the Innova Program.

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del Palacio Aguirre, Itxaso; Sole Parellada, Francisco de Padua; Batista Foguet, Joan M.

University entrepreneurship centres as service businesses

09/2008
itemDefault In recent years many universities have created entrepreneurship centers which offer a set of services to students, educators and professionals in order to promote entrepreneurial attitudes. The first part of this work is focused on describing a university entrepreneurship program as a service business. The second part summarizes the results of the empirical study based on the Students' Evaluation of Educational Quality (SEEQ) questionnaire administered to 106 students of the Technical University of Catalonia (UPC) in Spain who attended the entrepreneurship courses offered by the entrepreneurship centre the Innova Program.
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University entrepreneurship centres as service businesses
del Palacio Aguirre, Itxaso; Sole Parellada, Francisco de Padua; Batista Foguet, Joan M.
The Service Industries Journal
Vol. 28, n 7, 09/2008, p. 939 - 951

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