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1. Center for Entrepreneurship Development UNIVERSIDAD ICESICali - Colombia US ASSOCIATION FOR SMALL BUSINESS & ENTREPRENEURSHIP
Global Entrepreneurship Education Award
2. MISSION & PURPOSE Founded January 1st 1985
Full University Coverage
3. TEACHING OBJECTIVES To outline the importance of the Entrepreneurial Spirit, in the socio-economical development
To identify, reinforce and develop the cultural components and the own values of the Entrepreneurial Spirit
To attenuate and/or eliminate the myths and traditions that prevents the entrepreneurial career from being considered as a dignified and viable process, for its personal and professional development
To know the stages and components of the process of new business creation
4. TEACHING OBJECTIVES To know the mechanisms and key concepts for the establishment and management of a successful enterprise.
To approach the students to the real world of business
To develop a positive attitude towards entrepreneurial innovation, whether as a personal activity or as a professional function
To orient the educational processes, under the concept of entrepreneurial education
To facilitate the creative-innovative process, for the development of an entrepreneurial culture filled with creativity and social responsibility
5. MAIN CONTRIBUTION TO CURRICULA First university in Latin America to integrate entrepreneurship as one the main university values
First university in Latin America to built a Center for Entrepreneurship Development
Entrepreneurial competences as one of the six basic objectives of the Business Program
Five required courses in the Business Administration Program
Two required courses in the Interactive Media Design.
One required course in the: Economic & International Business, System Engineering, Telematic Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Industrial Design, Chemistry, Biology, Chemical Pharmaceutics Programs
6. MAIN CONTRIBUTION TO CURRICULA One required course in the Master of Business Administration
Elective course in: Accountancy and International Finance, International Marketing and Advertising, Medicine`s program
Possibility of required courses in: Sociology, Psychology, Political Sciences, Anthropology and Law Programs
Electives courses for all the programs.
Extracurricular seminars ?Entrepreneurship for university student?s?
7. MAIN CONTRIBUTION TO CURRICULA EXPOICESI
Start - UpCaf?
Latin American Congress on Entrepreneurship
Internship in Entrepreneurship and in Family Business
Degree project in entrepreneurship
Opportunity to develop final course projects in SME?s
8. NUMBER OF STUDENTS IN ENTREPRENEURSHIP COURSES
9. Entrepreneurship courses
10. UNIQNESS Educational model based on entrepreneurial competences
Active learning as pedagogy
?Competencia Empresarial ?as hands -on learning
First Latin American University to introduce ICT in the entrepreneurship courses (Web CT, Moodle)
Business Plan Software
First textbook in Spanish on Entrepreneurship (1991): Innovaci?n Empresarial: Arte y Ciencia en la Creaci?n de Empresa (Third Edition)
11. UNIQNESS First text book in Spanish on Entrepreneurship for High School: Crear Empresa Misi?n de Todos
Latin American Congress on Entrepreneurship
Summer Camp on Entrepreneurship
First textbook in Spanish on Women Entrepreneurship ?Soy Mujer?.. y Empresaria?
Latin American representation in UNDP-ILO Project ?Entrepreneurship Worldwide?.
12. RECOGNITIONS White L. Wilford Fellow , 2009
IC2 Fellow ( University of Texas-Austin)
Best Doctoral Research in Family Business ( Universidad de Monterrey),2009
Best National Professor in Engineering & Business (1997)
Selected by National Institute for Research advancement (NIRA) of Japan as one of the best think tank in Latin America
Select by USA`s Think Thank Societies as one of the best think tank in Latin America ,2007
Selected by IDB for the research ?El Nuevo Rostro Empresarial?
13. RECOGNITIONS Selected by IDB to develop the project ?Red PyME?
Selected by IDB to transfer our educational model to the ?J?venes con Empresa? project
Member of the Colombian Committee for the Colombia National Policy for the development of entrepreneurship
Selected by the International Investment Corporation to carry on the FINPYME Project.
Selected by PROEXPORT to execute the projects ?EXPOPYME?, ?Exporting Networks?, ?Sectorial Networks?.
14. RECOGNITIONS Selected by BANCOLDEX to design and execute the program ?Aprogresar?, ?New Business Developments?, ?Microenterprise Management?
Selected by GERA to carry on the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor on Colombia (GEM)
Selected by COLCIENCIAS to evaluate the Business Plan of the FINBATEC Project
Selected by SENA as ?Centro de Apoyo al Emprendimiento?
?Premio a la Cultura Empresarial? in category authors, (2007).
15. QUALITY & EFFECTIVENESS 35% of our alumni ,graduated from 1984 to 1999, did became entrepreneurs
97% of our actual students had in their minds the intention to become entrepreneurs
More than 150 students (our total student body is 4000) are actually in the Start-up Caf?
Winners of National Business Plan Contests
16. QUALITY & EFFECTIVENESS Finalist of Intenational Busines Plan Contests
In the best 15 young entrepreneurs of Colombian the last 15 year, 3 were ICESI?s alumni
Many universities in Latin America are using our educational model
Many professor in Latin America has been trained in our methodology
Our text book is used in most of Latin America universities
17. OTHER ACTIVITIES Research Activities
Support to Incubators
18. TRANSFERABILITY University Professor?s training (Colombia, Chile, Per?, Bolivia, Ecuador, Panam?, M?xico, Honduras, Guatemala, Costa Rica, Rep?blica Dominicana, Puerto Rico)
Latin American Congress on Entrepreneurship (Colombia, Chile, Per?, Brazil, Panam?, Puerto Rico, Costa Rica, M?xico)
High School teacher?s training (Colombia, Per?, Honduras, Rep?blica Dominicana)
19. NEW DEVELOPMENT Start SBDC model in Colombia
Design New Courses
Improve Entrepreneurial Competences Evaluation