Study of the increased future employability of students working for Junior Enterprises
CovenanteePolitecnico di Torino
Document typeMaster thesis
Rights accessOpen Access
The present thesis contains an analysis of students’ intentions towards entrepreneurship and their increased employability influenced by the experience of working for a Junior Enterprise. It is based on an empirical study about the identity of members of the European Junior Enterprise network (JADE) as well as a literature research among academic studies and several studies conducted by the European Commission about Entrepreneurship in higher education. Key findings are the positively influenced entrepreneurial intentions of students and the increased feeling of preparedness for the job market thanks to their work for a Junior Enterprise.
Thesis elaborated in collaboration with JADE – the European Confederation of Junior Enterprises. Analysis of the future employability of students influenced by their working for a junior enterprise. It will be based on an empirical study about census and identity of Junior Entrepreneurs.