The Entrepreneurial Creativity Reality among Palestinian Universities Students

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The study aimed at finding out the level of Entrepreneurial creativity among Palestinian university students through a study conducted on students from different disciplines at Al-Azhar and Al-Quds Open Universities in Palestine-Gaza Strip. The sample size was 120 students, which was divided equally between the two universities. A Entrepreneurial innovation scale of (15) paragraphs and (87.50%) was recovered. The study found that there is a good level of Entrepreneurial creativity among Palestinian university students which reached 68.51%. There were no statistically significant differences due to the university variable in the Entrepreneurial creativity and there were no statistically significant differences in the Entrepreneurial creativity among Palestinian university students due to the gender variable between males and females. The study recommended the need to implement workshops and various activities to generate new creative ideas, activate the role of universities by guiding students entrepreneurs and contributing to the promotion of products and services of pilot projects and work to link them with large projects to ensure continuity. The study also recommended the importance of awareness of the idea of business entrepreneurship and its mission, the need to introduce some of the educational courses within the teaching plans related to entrepreneurship and creative innovation and the experiences of successful entrepreneurs. The study also recommended the importance of having courses that illustrate the relationship between entrepreneurship and entrepreneurship, which will benefit students.
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