Jordan to develop curriculum on entrepreneurship
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Jordan to develop curriculum on entrepreneurship

Jordan to develop curriculum on entrepreneurship

Jordan's Queen Rania Centre for Entrepreneurship (QRCE), in collaboration with Intel Corp, is developing a curriculum on entrepreneurial skills that will be taught at local and Arab universities soon, Jordan Times has reported. The curriculum will be initially taught at four to five public and private universities in Jordan starting next year and in the rest of the universities at a later stage, said QRCE executive director Farhan Kalaldeh. We are currently in the process of developing the curriculum to educate university students on entrepreneurship because it is important for them to be equipped with the knowledge on how to establish start-ups, overcome challenges and other related issues facing entrepreneurs," Kalaldeh told the daily.

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