Let the entrepreneurial genie out of the bottle! How will we stimulate the nascent entrepreneurial skills of our students?

The new generation of life sciences graduates are expected to show creativity, resilience, pro-activeness and risk taking while being able to recognise business opportunities: in short to exhibit entrepreneurship competencies. Whereas traditionally entrepreneurship education was the domain of business schools to stimulate new venture creation, entrepreneurship education has become more and more a university wide approach, focussing on the development of an entrepreneurial mind-set and entrepreneurial competence among staff and hence the students.

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