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Danish universities urged to be more entrepreneurial

Denmark’s universities are not doing enough to foster entrepreneurial skills in students, according to a report from the Danish Foundation for Entrepreneurship published on 12 December.

The Danish government wants to get more university students enrolled on entrepreneurship courses. But according to the report, commissioned by the research ministry, only 5.7 per cent of the country’s 130,000 university students were enrolled on such courses in 2009-10.

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