The perception of entrepreneurial skills among Moroccan PhD students at Sultan Moulay Slimane University, Béni Mellal

  • Mohamed ES-SEQALLY Sultan Moulay Slimane University of Béni Mellal, Morocco
  • Mohamed Jallal EL ADNANI Sultan Moulay Slimane University of Béni Mellal, Morocco
Keywords: Skills, Soft Skills, entrepreneurship, Béni Mellal-khénifra Region

Abstract

Entrepreneurship is an interesting topic which is a vector of both economic growth and personal enrichment. It is based on self-employment of the youth unemployment policy. Yet it is a complex theme, reflecting different realities in very different sectors. The concept of "entrepreneurship" is extremely broad and can vary depending on geographic and cultural factors. It ranges from the creation and management of a one-man, ready-to-wear boutique, to the creation of a multinational company. Entrepreneurial skills are a vector of distinction between young people. The concept of soft skills development is a topical debate in all countries of the world. These are skills that do not relate to technical know-how or business knowledge are mentioned. These skills, which may relate to knowing how to be (creativity, autonomy, interpersonal skills, etc.) are sometimes called soft skills. It can also be cross-functional skills (project management, mastery of foreign languages, etc.). In this work we aim to treat how Moroccan doctoral students perceive these non-academic skills (entrepreneurial example) in their training process? at the same time, investigate the impact of these skills on their training path and on the creation of businesses? it is also showing the place of entrepreneurial skills in the training of young doctoral students from the Beni Mellal –Khénifra region via a sample of doctoral students from Sultan Moulay Slimane Beni Mellal University.

Keywords: Skills, Soft Skills, entrepreneurship, Béni Mellal-khénifra Region.

JEL Classification: A2, B55, C93.

Paper type: Empirical research

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Published
2022-11-30
How to Cite
ES-SEQALLY, M., & EL ADNANI, M. J. (2022). The perception of entrepreneurial skills among Moroccan PhD students at Sultan Moulay Slimane University, Béni Mellal. International Journal of Accounting, Finance, Auditing, Management and Economics, 3(6-2), 301-316. https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.7374576