The goal of entrepreneurship education is to give people the skills, knowledge and attitudes to act in an entrepreneurial way. To achieve this, entrepreneurship education has evolved into a concept for both the content and methods of teaching and learning. Entrepreneurship can be approached not only as a course or subject, but also as a theme that can be embedded in all subjects at every level of education.


Based on literature and empirical research five categories of indicators  have been identified:


How to identify opportunities, Ethical position of enterprises, The process of entrepreneurship, Accounting, business planning, marketing

Organise, Manage, Analyse, Communicate, Evaluate, Effective representation & negotiation, Work as an individual, Work in teams, Judge & identify one’s strengths and weaknesses, Assess and take risks, Connect ideas, Mobilise commitment, Lateral thinking.

Initiative, Independence & innovation in all aspects of life, Motivation, Determination to meet objectives, Risk propensity, Ambition/drive, Persistence & commitment, Self-belief, Self-efficacy, Self-awareness, Feeling of empowerment, Social confidence, Creativity & imagination, Curiosity, Tolerance of failure.

To become self-employed , To work with innovative and entrepreneurial assignments.

Enterprising and entrepreneurial behaviour, Engaging in new activities and new venture creation.