Especially in eastern society where the young are conditioned to traverse the path of conventional careers, the shift towards a more entrepreneurial nation is challenging albeit timely, considering the increasing proliferation of tech across all sectors. How then do education institutions, right at the threshold of young adults forging their futures, inspire entrepreneurship through teaching? That was the question a panel at MaGIC’s E-Nation Symposium addressed on Nov 2.
Participating in the discussion were Prof Dr Rofina Yasmin Othman, University Malaya Office of Industry and Community Engagement (UM ICE); Dr Jieun Rui, University of Northampton UK; Prof Dr Nik Maheran, University Malaysia Kelantan Entrepreneurship Institute; May Wong, head of group communications and CSR, Taylor’s Education Group. Danial Rahman, Head of Growth at Open Learning, was moderator.
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