Recognition of Entrepreneurship Program in Independent Campus Policies: Indonesian Case


  • Corry Yohana Faculty of Economic, State University of Jakarta, Jalan Rawamanun Muka (Rawamangun Jakarta Timur), Jakarta, DKI Jakarta, Indonesia



independent campus, program, entrepreneurship, competence, recognition


This paper aims to explain the factors that influence entrepreneurship programs in the Independent Campus policy. This paper is part of an Independent Campus policy study initiated by the Ministry of Education and Culture of the Republic of Indonesia in 2020 with objects in 5 (five) universities: 2 (two) accredited A, 2 (two) accredited B, and 1 (one) accredited C The data was collected through on-line discussions, particularly regarding entrepreneurship programs. This study also distributed questionnaires related to questions about entrepreneurship programs to respondents from representatives of rectorate leaders, faculties, study programs, lecturers, and others. The analysis was carried out through quantitative techniques with the help of the Lisrel 87.0 program technique, enriched with qualitative techniques based on information obtained from on-line discussions. The results of the study found that campus policy factors, apprenticeship programs, and exploration of local potential had a positive effect on competency development, application, and entrepreneurship learning. In addition, learning that takes into account these factors also affect students' commitment to become entrepreneurs after completing their studies. The implementation of entrepreneurship programs must pay attention to these influencing factors, the contribution of indicators for each factor, and apply recognition related to standard processes and achievement of competency program results.


Received: 15 February 2021 / Accepted: 23 June 2021 / Published: 8 July 2021


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Yohana, C. . (2021). Recognition of Entrepreneurship Program in Independent Campus Policies: Indonesian Case. Journal of Educational and Social Research, 11(4), 42.