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DEVELOPING A BUSINESS INCUBATOR MODEL IN HIGHER EDUCATION: THE CASE OF FACULTY OF ECONOMICS UNIVERSITAS NEGERI JAKARTA
Corresponding Author(s) : Suparno
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Vol. 8 No. 4 (2020): July
Purpose of the study: This study aims to provide an overview of the implementation model of technology-based entrepreneurship education in Higher Education with business incubators.
Methodology: This qualitative research was conducted at the Faculty of Economics, Universitas Negeri Jakarta as an entrepreneurial-based University Studied documents and obtain data about the implementation of the Business Incubator in entrepreneurship education in Higher Education. The data collection method used were surveys and interviews, reviewing data and documents on the development of business incubators, as well as following the Development of lecturers’ shared perceptions in teaching and developing entrepreneurship through lesson plan development meetings, and Focus Group Discussion (FGD).
Main Findings: The University establishes a policy of developing digital entrepreneurship with performance indicators that are the target of shared performance, it requires business incubator facilities, financing, cooperation program assistance, expert facilitators, as well as providing opportunities for start-up businesses to develop. The curriculum is developed and evaluated with the mastery of digital technology mastery, big data. The Career Development Center functions as a support facility and development cooperation with sponsors. Faculty of Economics, Universitas Negeri Jakarta establishes a policy of developing digital entrepreneurship with performance indicators that are the target of shared performance, it requires business incubator facilities, financing, cooperation program assistance, expert facilitators, as well as providing opportunities for start-up businesses to develop. The curriculum is developed and evaluated with the mastery of digital technology mastery, big data. The Career Development Center functions as a support facility and development cooperation with sponsors.
Applications of this study: This research can be used by the Faculty of Economic Education in developing technology-based Business Incubators, Lecturers in entrepreneurship and developing Course competencies, Students in developing entrepreneurial ideas, and Universities in developing policies based on entrepreneurship, digital business, and career development centre.
Novelty/Originality of this study: This study contributes to the existing literature related to the development of technology-based entrepreneurship learning in tertiary institutions. Start-up student’s business is growing rapidly, designing online-based businesses while in college. This research found the role of universities in entrepreneurship education policies, faculties, and study programs in developing student’s competencies and learning services, as well as providing broad services to students in entrepreneurial practice through business incubators.
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