Universities are not just knowledge factories, they are launchpads for the innovators and entrepreneurs of tomorrow. But are we doing enough to prepare all students for the realities of the business world?
Our debate raises a critical question: Should every undergraduate, regardless of their field of study, be required to take a course in entrepreneurship and business management?
This bold proposal challenges the traditional academic curriculum, arguing that in an era of unprecedented change and economic uncertainty, entrepreneurial skills are not just beneficial, but essential for every graduate.
Join us as we explore the potential impacts, benefits, and drawbacks of making entrepreneurship education a universal cornerstone of the undergraduate experience. Don’t miss this provocative and potentially game-changing discussion!
Prof Kevin Downing
Secretary to Council and Court,
Professor of Veterinary Clinical Science
City University of Hong Kong