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Paper Title :
The Influence of College Students' Participation in Off-Campus Internship on Their Entrepreneurship Competencies

Author :Jen-Chia Chang, I-Wen Peng

Article Citation :Jen-Chia Chang ,I-Wen Peng , (2017 ) " The Influence of College Students' Participation in Off-Campus Internship on Their Entrepreneurship Competencies " , International Journal of Management and Applied Science (IJMAS) , pp. 1-7, Volume-3,Issue-9

Abstract : Through the secondary-data analysis method, the impact of university of science and technology electrical engineering and computer science students’ participation in off-campus internship on their entrepreneurial ability was explored in this study. From the secondary-data, 372 students enrolled in the second year through the fourth year from 4-year electrical engineering and computer science departments (day school) of eight universities of science and technology that participated in off-campus internships were research participants for analysis. Research results show that, for the universities of science and technology electrical engineering and computer science students, “innovation and entrepreneurship programs were taken” had a significantly positive impact on their entrepreneurial ability. Compared to senior students, whether or not the sophomore and Junior students university of science and technology electrical engineering and computer science students took up innovation and entrepreneurship programs had less impact on their entrepreneurial ability. In particular, internship over 320 hours in total, internship at SMEs, and serving as a project planner have positive impact on students’ entrepreneurial ability; serving as an exhibition venue assistant has less impact on students’ entrepreneurial ability. Keywords - Off-Campus Internship, Entrepreneurship Education, Entrepreneurship Competency

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