Findings from the European Commission’s 2015 report “Entrepreneurship Education: A road to success,” show the following results.
Impact on students:
- Helps boost career ambitions
- Leads to higher employability
- Leads to improved entrepreneurial skills and attitudes
- Leads to behavioural changes towards higher entrepreneurial intentions
- Enhances intentions to start a business
Impact on institutions:
- Develops stronger entrepreneurial culture
- Promotes higher engagement from teachers
- Intensifies the engagement of stakeholders
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Our recent impact reports:
This paper studies the long-term impact of entrepreneurship education and training in high school on entrepreneurial entry, performance, and survival. Using propensity score matching, three Swedish cohorts from JA Company Programme (JACP) alumni were compared with a marched sample of similar individuals and follow these for up to 16 years after graduation. It was found that while JACP participation increases the long-term probability of starting a firm as well as entrepreneurial incomes, there is no effect on firm survival.
JA Worldwide, 2014
Nearly half of the world’s 1.2 billion young people between the ages 15-24 are currently unemployed or underemployed.
According to a new report published by JA Worldwide, funded by the Citi Foundation, substantive interventions over an extended period of time can effectively address climbing levels of youth unemployment.
ANNUAL REPORT 2015
Our annual report highlights the progress we made in 2015.