Entrepreneurship education has been globally acknowledged as a promising way to increase the work insertion of young graduates as well as to contribute to social and economic welfare. Social entrepreneurship, in particular, is considered an emerging area of growth, which provides the opportunity to make a difference in global community contexts.
Our students from social sciences, when taught Entrepreneurship course, tend to learn many necessary professional skills as part of their study including:
Entrepreneurship allows our students to be very observant, and capable to adapt to changes based on provided situations. Having analytical skills and how to interpret art and literature, are some of the staple skills in the humanities.
Entrepreneurship teaches how to think outside the box and find creative ways to solve problems. Creativity is another core skill in social sciences, which when combined with entrepreneurship, derives optimum outcomes.
Entrepreneurship allows students the ability to sell their ideas, whether to employers, founders, or customers. Having excellent skills in writing, presenting, and behaving professionally enhances confidence and “stage presence” when pitching or selling. This course helps polish these abilities in our graduates.
This course prepares young entrepreneurs to know about their competitors’ behaviors, positioning strategies, and overall market analysis. Our students with a humanities background develop these skills during their education.