Based on the Global Entrepreneurship Index (GEI) in 2018, Indonesia only has a score of 21% of entrepreneurs from various fields of work, or rank 94 out of 137 countries surveyed. Meanwhile, according to research from the IDN Research Institute in 2019, 69.1% of millennials in Indonesia have an interest in entrepreneurship. Unfortunately, the entrepreneurial potential of the millennial generation has not been managed properly so far. The Independent Campus Policy encourages the development of student entrepreneurial interest with appropriate learning activity programs.
- Providing students with entrepreneurial interest to develop their business earlier and with guidance.
- Addressing the unemployment problem that results in intellectual unemployment among tertiary graduates.
Entrepreneurship Activities Program in University of Indonesia
Please click on the following link to view the entrepreneurship activities program at the University of Indonesia.
Please download the ILIC guide at the following link to view more complete information about this program.